Denunciations Break the Silence on Child Abuse in Latin American Catholic Church

A respected NGO produced a comprehensive report with cases recorded in Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Colombia. The brief states that the Vatican's internal document on violations in Brazil has not been investigated.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Catholic Church in Latin America is now the centerpiece of the "third wave" of child abuse cases, after the first one that broke out in 2002 in the United States and the one that ensued in Europe and Oceania. This is the conclusion of Child Rights International Network (CRIN . . .

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