Secular bankruptcy law: Why the Catholic Church uses it

It’s not a lack of money; it’s about protecting image, pooling insurance, and finality. Why does a non-secular organization like the Roman Catholic Church use secular bankruptcy law when faced with child sexual abuse claims? Many mistakenly assume it is because the Catholic diocese, order or institute does not have enough money to pay … Read more

Recent lawsuits filed by courageous survivors highlights exploding epidemic of abuse in Guam by Catholic Priests

Two recent lawsuits have been filed by courageous survivors who are represented by a team of attorneys, including Leander James and Craig Vernon of James, Vernon and Weeks, P.A.  “By having the courage to come forward to seek justice, these brave survivors are speaking to other survivors … telling them that they are not alone and that it … Read more