Anglican Archbishop Philip Richardson (left) and Cardinal John Dew from the Catholic Church. The Anglican and Catholic churches are making their most concentrated push yet to get the Royal Commission into abuse expanded to fully include them. Anglican Archbishop Philip Richardson and Catholic Cardinal John Dew have met with the commission chair Sir Anand Satyanand.… Continue reading It’s only taken years: Churches push for inclusion in Royal Commission into abuse
From the Church of England’s refusal to discipline William Yate when he was banished from Northland almost two centuries ago, until today, the churches have long been responsible for covering up those abusing children here in NZ. These same religious leaders are now openly targeting the sexualisation of Children into special communities with the LGBTQI++etc… Continue reading Religious academics KNOW they target Children with the LGBT message!
NZ Catholic Church still keeping issues behind closed doors Analysis – The sexual abuse of women by men in positions of power takes many guises, writes Phil Pennington. Where it occurs in the Catholic Church, and priests are the perpetrators, Cardinal John Dew, who is also bishop of Wellington, has been uncompromising in the past… Continue reading NZ Catholic Church still keeping issues behind closed doors
Vatican will be terrified of state inquiry, whistleblower says An international Catholic whistleblower says the Vatican will be “quaking in fear” in case the New Zealand Catholic Church is included in an inquiry into abuse. The Government has repeatedly stated it wants to leave Churches and other non-state institutions out of the upcoming Royal Commission.… Continue reading Vatican will be terrified of state inquiry, whistleblower says
Catholic church response to child sex abuse ‘criminal negligance’ Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher appeared in front of the royal commission for the first time. The Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher, has told a royal commission the response by Catholic Church leaders to allegations of child sexual abuse amounted to “criminal negligence”. Five of Australia’s… Continue reading Catholic church response to child sex abuse ‘criminal negligance’
Australian abuse survivors criticise NZ inquiry New Zealand’s plan to leave the Church and other non-state groups out of the Royal Commission of inquiry into abuse is getting some bad press in Australia today. The Newcastle Herald has gone big with a story of Australian survivors of abuse afraid their New Zealand counterparts won’t get… Continue reading Australian abuse survivors criticise NZ inquiry
Filipino leaders want state care inquiry to include Church Philippine ambassador to New Zealand Gary Domingo has written to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern asking for an expanded Royal Commission of Inquiry. He cited the case of the paedophile priest Denis McAlinden who spent time in the Philippines and other countries as well as a year… Continue reading Filipino leaders want state care inquiry to include Church