Posts Tagged Hans Zollner

How the church is combatting sexual abuse / America magazine

‘The impression that Pope Francis is not hard enough on perpetrators is wrong. The general line of judgment and sentence has not changed,’ Hans Zollner, S.J., president of the Centre for Child Protection at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, told ‘America’ in this interview in which he explains what the pope and the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors (PCPM) are doing to combat child abuse and ensure the protection of children in church institutions worldwide.”

By Gerard O’Connell, America: The Jesuit Review — Read more …

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Member of Vatican Abuse Commission Says ‘Put Victims First’ / The Boston Globe

Pope Francis on Saturday named eight people with reputations as reformers in the fight against child sexual abuse as members of a new “Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors,” a line-up that includes German Jesuit Fr. Hans Zollner, who’s long been on the front lines of the church’s recovery efforts …

“Zollner spoke to the Globe on March 22 about the Vatican’s new anti-abuse commission.”

By John L. Allen, Jr., The Boston Globe — Click here to read the rest of this interview.

Allen will be a guest speaker at the Voice of the Faithful® 2014 Assembly: Turning Talk into Action on April 5 at the Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut.

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