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This would only be in line with their own hocus-pocus teachings.The catholic Church has continuously investigated sexual abuse and procedures by their own ilk, since the Council of Elvira in 309 C.E. and has nevertheless indulged in these crimes ever since, for nearly 2000 Years.If we now start to believe or trust, liars, criminals, cheats and deceivers, we have only ourselves to blame.

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Thursday, 19 October 2017

A retired Catholic priest is charged with child-sex offences in NSW

In mid-October 2017, police have charged a retired Catholic priest with sexual offences, allegedly committed against three young boys in New South Wales. Police allege that the priest assaulted two of the boys while he was located in a parish in the Gosford area (north of Sydney) in the 1990s. It is also alleged that, in the 1980s (before becoming a priest), he had indecently assaulted another boy while he was on the teaching staff at a school in Campbelltown (in Sydney's south).
On 16 October 2017, following an extensive investigation by detectives, police arrested a 78-year-old man in north-west NSW.
He was charged with 13 child sex-related offences and was granted conditional bail until his court proceedings begin. The case is listed to have its first mention in a courtroom at Gosford Local Court on 31 October 2017. Normally, this first mention would be a brief procedure, and the magistrate would fix a date for the next step in the judicial process.
Meanwhile, inquiries by detectives (based on the NSW Central Coast) are continuing, Police wish to hear from anybody with information.


Priest charged with East Gosford child sex offences In the 90's.

A former Catholic priest who also worked as a teacher has been charged with historical child sex offences dating back to the 80s and 90s.
It will be alleged the man indecently assaulted three young boys a number of times; firstly a young boy whilst he was employed as a teacher in Campbelltown in the 80s, and then two other boys when he was a Parish Priest in the East Gosford area in the 90s.
Following an extensive investigation by Brisbane Water detectives, yesterday police arrested a 78-year-old man at Coonabarabran.


Hunter Pentecostal Christian pleads guilty to sexually abusing boys

BY day he was the committed Pentecostal Christian youth pastor who ran a Hunter refuge for youths and praised Jesus during Assemblies of God church services at Hamilton.
By night Christopher Laban Bridge was a sexual predator, whose abuse of two boys was known by at least one Assemblies of God church leader from the early 1970s, before Bridge moved to the Hunter to take up a youth pastor position.
Court documents show Bridge moved to a Hamilton Assemblies of God church in 1975 after a Dubbo Assemblies of God minister was told Bridge sexually abused two boys in far west NSW. Bridge went on to sexually abuse a third boy at Charlestown in 1976 and a fourth boy at Cardiff in the early 1980s. 


Report into problematic and harmful sexual behaviours of children in schools released

The Royal Commission into Institutional Reponses to Child Sexual Abuse's Report of Case Study 45 - Problematic and harmful sexual behaviours of children in schools - was released today.

This report follows a public hearing held in Sydney in October and November 2016.

 The King's School, Parramatta NSW

The Royal Commission examined the response of The King's School to an incident of harmful sexual behaviour involving CLC, a former King's student, at a cadet camp in April 2013.

CLC, then in year 10, awoke one night to find that another student had ejaculated onto his sleeping bag. Over the following months, CLC was bullied by students, who called him 'cum rag' and 'cum dumpster'. On one occasion, students renamed the King's wi-fi networks 'CLC is a cum rag'.


Top NSW private schools failed to address sex abuse claims: royal commission report

Two of the state's most exclusive private schools failed adequately to investigate and address allegations of sexual abuse involving students, a royal commission has found.
Senior management of The King's School in Parramatta did not report the alleged sexual assault of a student in 2013 to authorities, despite a police officer's written advice to do so.


Abuse at exclusive schools revealed by royal commission

TWO of Sydney’s most exclusive religious schools have come under fire from the child sex abuse royal commission after boys were “raped” with a homemade wooden dildo at one school while other boys were bullied and one called a “cum rag” at another.
The shocking abuse at Parramatta’s The King’s School and Trinity Grammar at Summer Hill — where parents pay up to $60,000 a year for tuition and boarding — was not adequately dealt with by the schools, the royal commission said today.


Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Royal Commission receives further information about Christian Brother Peter Toomey in Victoria

By a Broken Rites researcher, article updated on 18 October 2017
Some years ago, Christian Brother Peter Toomey was jailed for sexually abusing young boys at Catholic schools in Victoria. In 2017, Australia's child-abuse Royal Commission has received further information about other former pupils who encountered Christian Brother Peter Toomey in their schooldays. This Broken Rites article gives some background about Toomey's earlier conviction, which was in 2005.
Peter John Toomey joined the Victoria-Tasmania province of the Christian Brothers order about 1967, when he was aged 18. In 1972, aged 23, he was teaching a variety of subjects in Years 7 and 8 at Trinity Regional College in Brunswick, in Melbourne's inner north.
In 1998, an ex-student of this school ("Boris", born in 1960) was having a personal crisis at the age of 38. In discussions with his parents, he revealed how he had been sexually abused by Brother Toomey at the Brunswick school in 1972-3, when he was aged 12. Boris's father then phoned Broken Rites, asking how to obtain justice. Broken Rites advised this victim to have a chat with Victoria Police detectives.


Former Melbourne priest Peter Waters in court

Father Peter Waters was a priest in parishes of the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese until he took early retirement in 1999, when he was aged in his fifties. In 2017, aged 72, he was charged by police with child-sexual offences relating to his time in the Melbourne archdiocese. In late 2017, the charges were tabled in the Melbourne Magistrates Court, and a contested committal hearing is scheduled to be held there in 2018. The magistrate will then decide whether there the case should go to a trial in a higher court, the Victorian County Court.
The charges have been laid by detectives from the Sano Taskforce of the Victoria Police, located in Spencer Street, Docklands, Melbourne.
The incidents allegedly occurred between 1973 and 1986.
The charges include indecent assault on males aged 12 to 19 and carnal knowledge of a girl aged 10 to 16 years old.
Peter Waters is listed at the court as being located at a private address in south-eastern Victoria.


Friday, 13 October 2017

Catholic Church 'hiding behind the law' over historic abuse compensation claims

A man who was raped and beaten by priests and brothers as a 12-year-old says he felt like a beggar when he asked the Catholic Church for money to pay for medical bills for treatment of the mental and physical illness he suffered as a result of his abuse.
Russell Clark is just one of many survivors of abuse who signed deeds of release, which prevent them from taking further legal action or requesting more compensation.


Thursday, 12 October 2017

This priest became the deputy to a bishop, then was jailed and now is in court again

By a Broken Rites researcher, article updated 12 October 2017

A senior Catholic priest from western Sydney, Father Richard Cattell, committed sexual crimes against boys in the 1970s and 1980s. Later, in the early 1990s, the Catholic Church promoted this priest to become the Vicar-General of his diocese, supervising 48 parishes in western Sydney on behalf of the bishop. In 1994, Cattell was jailed regarding one of his victims (from the 1970s). In 2015 he was jailed again regarding another victim (from the 1980s). In 2016, police charged Cattell regarding another 1970s victim (case number 2016/00101011), for which Cattell is awaiting sentence. Meanwhile, in 2017, yet another Cattell case (number 2017/00073102) has begun its preliminary procedures, with another brief mention due in Penrith Local Court on 27 October 2017.
Richard Cattell's two current cases are:


This Christian Brother worked at a notorious school in Ballarat in the 1970s, now he is still facing charges

  • By a Broken Rites researcher (article updated 12 October 2017)
Christian Brother Stephen Francis Farrell was one of the child-abusers who taught at Australia's notorious St Alipius parish school in Ballarat in the 1970s. Later he left his religious order and then taught in other Catholic schools as "Mister" Farrell. He married three times. By December 2013, three of his earlier St Alipius pupils had got him convicted for his crimes. In May 2015, several of Farrell's victims gave evidence at a public hearing of Australia's national child-abuse Royal Commission. In late 2017, Farrell (now aged 65) is facing court again on additional charges relating to the 1970s.


Tuesday, 10 October 2017

This priest abused 14 boys, police allege in a NSW court

  • By a Broken Rites researcher, article updated 9 October 2017
For 34 years until 1995, Father David Joseph Perrett was a priest in the Armidale Catholic diocese, which covers a large region in northern New South Wales, extending up the New England Highway to the Queensland border. In 2017, Perrett (now aged 80 and no longer working as a priest) is facing court, charged with sexual offences allegedly committed against 14 young boys between 1970 and 1982 while he was working as a priest. In May 2017, NSW police charged him regarding four of these boys. After these charges became public, more of Perrett's alleged victims contacted the police. By October 2017, police charged him in court regarding another ten boys. Police are continuing their investigation.


Monday, 9 October 2017

Up to 50 witnesses could be called for Cardinal George Pell's committal hearing

Up to 50 witnesses could be called and a "voluminous" amount of evidence discussed when Cardinal George Pell, Australia's highest-ranking Catholic official, faces a committal hearing next year on charges of historical sex abuse.
Cardinal Pell, 76, who has vigorously denied all allegations of sexual abuse, returned to Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday for a 20-minute administrative hearing.


Saturday, 7 October 2017

Four-week court hearing for Cardinal Pell

A four-week hearing in March will determine if Cardinal George Pell stands trial over historical sexual offence allegations involving multiple complainants.
As many as 50 witnesses will give evidence during a hearing that will determine if Cardinal George Pell stands trial on historical sexual offence charges.
The highest-ranking Catholic official to be charged with sexual abuse has appeared in court for the second time, again for a brief administrative hearing in the Melbourne Magistrates Court.
The case will return to the same court for a four-week committal hearing beginning on March 5.
A magistrate will then decide if Pell stands trial in the Victorian County Court over the charges involving multiple complainants.
The defence will argue some of the allegations, those involving Melbourne's St Patrick's Cathedral, could never have happened.


Friday, 6 October 2017

Cardinal George Pell appears at Melbourne Magistrates' Court to fight historical sexual offence allegations

Cardinal George Pell will face a four-week committal hearing next March as he fights historical sexual offence allegations, some of which are impossible, according to his legal team.
Australia's most senior Catholic cleric has faced his second hearing at the Melbourne Magistrates' Court, after he was charged by Victoria Police detectives in June with offences involving multiple complainants.
The exact detail and nature of the charges have not been made public.
Cardinal Pell strenuously denies the allegations.
Cardinal Pell's defence barrister, Robert Richter QC, said his team will aim to prove some of the allegations made against his client could never have happened.


Cardinal George Pell in Melbourne court over historical sexual offences

Guarded by a ring of police, Cardinal George Pell has been heckled outside the Melbourne Magistrates' Court where he appeared for a brief mention of his case.
A frail-looking Pell, 76, left the court building on Friday morning with his barrister Robert Richter QC and a band of police, who accompanied the pair to the lawyer's office amid a media frenzy.
As he made the slow walk to and from court, Pell was heckled by protesters but didn't react.