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The Project Should Catholic Priests Report Child Abuse Confessionals?
The Project Should Catholic Priests Report Child Abuse Confessionals?
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Should Catholic Priests Report Child Abuse Confessionals?

Wed 11 Jul 2018 in 2 weeks

Despite agreeing to 293 other recommendations made by the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse, today, the Victorian Government failed to introduce new laws forcing Catholic priests to report admissions of child abuse made during confession.

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