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Catholic Sexual Abuse Claims Exceed $1.5 Billion

In December of last year, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California, settled 45 cases of sexual abuse by its priests for a total of $40 million.

Celibacy or Chastity? They Are Not the Same

Similar to so many other man-made regulations of the Roman Catholic Church, priestly celibacy entails many contradictions, much deceit, and often leads to complete spiritual shipwreck of its victims.

Clergy Sex Abuse Still Haunts the Pope

Several recent events have refocused the world on the Vatican's failure to deal with clergy child sex abuse.

How Can Priests Avoid Causing Scandal?

While severely condemning sexual relations between people who are not married to each other, God explains that sexual contact between married people is not sin.

Nuns In 23 Countries Report Sexual Abuse by Priests

The cover story in the March 16, 2001 issue of the National Catholic Reporter described reports of nuns from 23 countries who have been pressured for sexual favors or outright raped by priests and bishops.

Part V: The Mother of Harlots and Abominations

Sadly enough, the Roman Catholic Church fits the description "mother of harlots and abominations" as precisely as she fits the others.

Pope Forced To Backpedal in Chile

Pope Francis invited three of the most vocal victims of priest sexual abuse to the Vatican for a week of testimony only after the uproar from his accusation of slander.

Priesthood Pedophilia Exposing Unbiblical Catholic Doctrine

In January the Vatican issued new rules dealing with priests who abuse children.

Priest Sex Abuse Scandal Spreading to Europe

Catholic doctrine requires celibacy of its priests, but not chastity. There is a difference.

Capítulo 5 - ¿Por Qué los Pastores Evangélicos Pueden Casarse?

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