The Archdiocese of New York’s reconciliation and compensation program for survivors of clergy sexual abuse creates a pathway for victims.
The Archdiocese of New York, one of the country's largest Roman Catholic diocese, this week announced that it will compensate victims of sexual abuse who have not already settled claims with the church. People abused by New York cle...
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has proposed setting aside $4 million to compensate the victims of clergy sexual abuse in its bankruptcy reorganization plan, according to a statement provided to The Associated Press.
The compensation program announced by Timothy Cardinal Dolan does not help clergy sexual abuse victims truly heal and gain closure.
The independent commission will allow victims of abuse by clergy to apply for monetary compensation from the church, even for claims that are decades old, church leaders said Thursday.