New internet site offers resources on sex-abuse problem
February 09, 2012
With the conclusion of a 4-day conference at the Gregorian University on the Church’s response to sexual abuse, Vatican officials have announced the launching of a multi-lingual internet site for the protection of children.
The “Centre for Child Protection,” based in Germany and supported by donations from Catholic dioceses and private foundations, will attempt to provide the best available resources for responding to sex-abuse problems. The project is co-sponsored by the University of Ulm in Germany and the Gregorian University in Rome.
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