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ALLEGED ABUSE AT THE HANDS OF ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIESTS IN THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BALTIMORE

The cost of the sexual abuse scandal in the Baltimore Archdiocese, and across the nation, has been enormous—some costs as reported by Bishop Accountability include:

  • Treatment and care for suspended priests $387,019.
  • Living expenses for suspended priests are $616,201.
  • Legal representation for accused priests is $112,520.
  • Sexual Abuse Victim Counseling Costs $419,186.
  • Settlements to Victims $4,100,000.

We encourage victims of alleged abuse at the hands of Roman Catholic priests in the Archdiocese of Baltimore to request a free, private case evaluation.

A 463-page report and motion filed in Baltimore Circuit Court reveal an investigation by Maryland’s attorney general identified 158 Roman Catholic priests in the Archdiocese of Baltimore who has been accused of sexually and physically abusing more than 600 victims over the past 80 years.

“For decades, survivors reported sexual abuse perpetrated by Catholic priests and for decades the Church covered up the abuse rather than holding the abusers accountable and protecting its congregations,” according to the court filing.

“The Archdiocese of Baltimore was no exception.”

The Maryland report found that “no parish was safe,” according to the filing from the office of Attorney General Brian Frosh.

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Both boys and girls were abused, ranging in age from preschool to “young adulthood,” which a spokeswoman for the attorney general said reached age 18.

The report, titled “Clergy Abuse in Maryland,” identifies 115 priests who were prosecuted for sex abuse and/or identified publicly by the archdiocese as having been “credibly accused” of sexual abuse.

It also includes an additional 43 priests accused of sexual abuse but not identified publicly by the archdiocese, the court filing said.

“The Report summarizes the sexual abuse and physical torture perpetrated by all 158 priests and the Archdiocese’s response to that abuse,” the court filing said.

David Lorenz, the Maryland leader of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, described the news of the report and the number of victims as “absolutely horrendous.”

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We encourage victims of alleged abuse at the hands of Roman Catholic priests in the Archdiocese of Baltimore to request a free, private case evaluation.

A 463-page report and motion filed in Baltimore Circuit Court reveal an investigation by Maryland’s attorney general identified 158 Roman Catholic priests in the Archdiocese of Baltimore who has been accused of sexually and physically abusing more than 600 victims over the past 80 years.

“For decades, survivors reported sexual abuse perpetrated by Catholic priests and for decades the Church covered up the abuse rather than holding the abusers accountable and protecting its congregations,” according to the court filing.

“The Archdiocese of Baltimore was no exception.”

The Maryland report found that “no parish was safe,” according to the filing from the office of Attorney General Brian Frosh.

iStock-996191112

Both boys and girls were abused, ranging in age from preschool to “young adulthood,” which a spokeswoman for the attorney general said reached age 18.

The report, titled “Clergy Abuse in Maryland,” identifies 115 priests who were prosecuted for sex abuse and/or identified publicly by the archdiocese as having been “credibly accused” of sexual abuse.

It also includes an additional 43 priests accused of sexual abuse but not identified publicly by the archdiocese, the court filing said.

“The Report summarizes the sexual abuse and physical torture perpetrated by all 158 priests and the Archdiocese’s response to that abuse,” the court filing said.

David Lorenz, the Maryland leader of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, described the news of the report and the number of victims as “absolutely horrendous.”

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