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2002年5月20日 UPDATE
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 カトリックを始め、キリスト教の聖職者は、性的に清廉であることが当然です。 しかし、東京サレジオ学園の司祭だけでなく、世界を見回せば、数多くの聖職者の性虐待が事件となっています。 聖職者であろうとも、信頼できないというのは、まことに悲しいことです。 この「性」職者たちは、ペドフィル(小児性欲者)であるため、子どもたちに疑われずに近づける道として、 キリスト教の聖職者を選んだのでしょうか。


ワシントンポストニュースリスト / 2002年4月13日分〜
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Another Ugly Turn (Washington Post)
Page A20,   May 20, 2002
ONE DAY, a Roman Catholic priest is shot and severely wounded by a man who said the cleric sexually molested him in 1993. Three days later, another ...

Md. Priest May Face Criminal Probe (Washington Post)
By Matthew Mosk and Hamil R. Harris Page B01,   May 20, 2002
Letters sent by Catholic Church officials to Baltimore prosecutors in 1998 contain allegations of possible felony child abuse and could fuel a new ...

'One Strike' Plan for Ousting Priests Has Catholics Divided (Washington Post)
By Alan Cooperman Page A01,   May 19, 2002
Eight years ago, the Rev. John Calicott left his Chicago parish in shame. He admitted involvement in a murky sexual incident with two 15-year-old ...

Abuse Policy Has Roots in Middle Ages (Washington Post)
By Alan Cooperman Page A12,   May 19, 2002
When the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops meets in Dallas next month, it could ask the Vatican to consider ways to speed up the usual process for ...

Church Panels' Role Under Review (Washington Post)
By Caryle Murphy Page A13,   May 19, 2002
The nine men and women deemed the accusations of child molestation credible and concluded that reinstating the Rev. Maurice J. Blackwell posed an ...

Another Ugly Turn (Washington Post)
Page B06,   May 19, 2002
ONE DAY, a Roman Catholic priest is shot and severely wounded by a man who said the cleric sexually molested him in 1993. Three days later, another ...

Baltimore Officials Probe '98 Claims Against Priest (Washington Post)
By Maureen O'Hagan Page C01,   May 19, 2002
The Baltimore state's attorney's office is trying to determine what actions prosecutors took following allegations of child sex abuse made against ...

Man Charged In Priest Attack Released on Bail (Washington Post)
By Maureen O'Hagan and Craig Whitlock Page B01,   May 18, 2002
The man accused of shooting a Baltimore priest was released from jail yesterday and allowed to live under house arrest with a relative after a ...

At Clerics' Hospital, Pain and Paperwork (Washington Post)
By Caryle Murphy and Jamie Stockwell Page B01,   May 18, 2002
St. Luke Institute spent yesterday reviewing the circumstances of a Roman Catholic priest's suicide with state health officials and trying to cope ...

Accused Priest Commits Suicide(Washington Post)
By Jamie Stockwell and Michael E. Ruane Page A01,   May 17, 2002
A Roman Catholic priest who resigned from a Connecticut parish after he was accused of sexually abusing boys hanged himself yesterday at the Silver ...

Cardinal Admits Hiding Abuse (Washington Post)
Page A14,   May 17, 2002
LOS ANGELES, May 16 -- Cardinal Roger Mahony, head of the largest U.S. Roman Catholic archdiocese, has admitted his direct role in keeping secret a ...

Competency Exam Ordered for Suspect (Washington Post)
By Craig Whitlock and Caryle Murphy Page A01,   May 16, 2002
Baltimore prosecutors and police said yesterday that they believed 17-year-old Dontee D. Stokes was telling the truth in 1993 when he complained that ...

Baltimore Authorities Believed Youth (Washington Post)
By Craig Whitlock and Caryle Murphy Page A01,   May 16, 2002
Baltimore prosecutors and police said yesterday that they believed 17-year-old Dontee D. Stokes was telling the truth in 1993 when he complained that ...

Man's Life, Faith Shattered (Washington Post)
By Maureen O'Hagan Page A14,   May 16, 2002
In 1976, the Rev. Maurice Blackwell took holy water and poured it over the forehead of the infant Dontee Stokes, baptizing him into the Catholic Church just like every one ...

Baltimore Priest Shot; Sex Abuse Alleged (Washington Post)
By Paul Schwartzman and Caryle Murphy Page A01,   May 15, 2002
A Roman Catholic priest was shot outside his Baltimore home Monday night by a man who had accused the priest nine years ago of fondling him in his ...

CORRECTIONS (Washington Post)
Page A02,   May 15, 2002
In a May 13 article about the legal strategy of the Roman Catholic Church in sexual abuse cases, the organizational structure of the church in Hawaii ...

Accountability Dodge Ball (Washington Post)
By David S. Broder Page A27,   May 15, 2002
BOSTON -- Even in this democratic age, some organizations have clung to the hierarchical principle -- and been admired for it. Through two decades of ...

NATION IN BRIEF (Washington Post)
Page A28,   May 15, 2002
Officials Expressed Concern About Priest, Records Show BOSTON -- The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston knew in the early 1990s that a local priest ...

Roman Catholic Church Shifts Legal Strategy (Washington Post)
By Michael Powell and Lois Romano Page A01,   May 13, 2002
Eighteen months ago, she sued the Roman Catholic Church of Hawaii after a parish sacristan who trained her son as an altar boy pleaded guilty to ...

Roman Catholic Church Shifts Legal Strategy (Washington Post)
By Michael Powell and Lois Romano Page A01,   May 13, 2002
Eighteen months ago, she sued the Roman Catholic Church of Hawaii after a parish sacristan who trained her son as an altar boy pleaded guilty to ...

Egan Supported Priest Accused Of Sexual Abuse (Washington Post)
By Michael Powell Page A03,   May 11, 2002
NEW YORK, May 10 -- Cardinal Edward Egan of New York testified five years ago that he encouraged a priest to continue working and offered to write ...

Egan Supported Priest Accused Of Sexual Abuse (Washington Post)
By Michael Powell Page A03,   May 11, 2002
NEW YORK, May 10 -- Cardinal Edward Egan of New York testified five years ago that he encouraged a priest to continue working and offered to write ...

Lid Clamped on Law Deposition (Washington Post)
By Pamela Ferdinand Page A03,   May 11, 2002
BOSTON, May 10 -- In a surprising about-face, a Massachusetts judge today barred attorneys questioning Cardinal Bernard F. Law from releasing ...

Treating the Priest, Under Church's Wing (Washington Post)
By Caryle Murphy Page B01,   May 11, 2002
The red brick building in Silver Spring is set amid acres of wooded land. A sign near the front door with its name -- St. Luke Institute -- is ...

In Brief (Washington Post)
Page B08,   May 11, 2002
Ouster Looms for CriticsOf Sex Abuse Policy Jehovah's Witnesses who publicly criticized their denomination's handling of sexual abuse allegations say ...

SUNDAY (Washington Post)
Page C07,   May 11, 2002
Sports NBA Playoffs (CC). Conference semifinals: New Jersey at Charlotte (Channel 4, 12:30); Detroit at Boston (Channel 4 at 3); L.A. Lakers at San ...

Victims of Abusive Priests Rally (Washington Post)
By Alan Cooperman Page A13,   May 10, 2002
Victims of sexual abuse asked Roman Catholic leaders in 25 cities yesterday to join in lobbying state legislatures to remove the statutes of ...

War of Words at Youth Summit (Washington Post)
By Karen DeYoung and Colum Lynch Page A18,   May 9, 2002
A three-day United Nations summit on children opened in New York yesterday with public dedication to protecting the world's most vulnerable citizens ...

At Mount Calvary, Music for Masses (Washington Post)
Page PG09,   May 9, 2002
When Harriette Bailey-Cain thinks about growing up in Harlem, she remembers Catholic Masses and Latin chants as things only to be endured. But times ...

Shanley Pleads Not Guilty (Washington Post)
By Pamela Ferdinand Page A02,   May 8, 2002
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 7 -- A retired Roman Catholic priest whose history of alleged sexual misconduct intensified the clergy sex abuse scandal in ...

Judge Orders Boston Cardinal To Give Deposition on Abuse (Washington Post)
By Pamela Ferdinand Page A02,   May 7, 2002
BOSTON, May 6 -- A Massachusetts judge today ordered Boston Cardinal Bernard F. Law, the nation's senior Roman Catholic prelate, to give a videotaped ...

Fluff Makes a Comeback (Washington Post PM Extra)
By Howard Kurtz May 6, 2002
Le Pen gets trounced by French voters ? no surprise, but an occasion for more tongue-wagging about European discontent. Reports that a deal has ...

METRO (Washington Post)
Page B03,   May 6, 2002
MARYLAND Gaithersburg Car Crash Kills Two Two people were fatally injured in a Gaithersburg accident Saturday night when their car hit a curb and ...

In Boston, A Cardinal Under Siege (Washington Post)
By Paul Duggan Page A01,   May 5, 2002
BOSTON -- Celebrating Mass in the venerable Cathedral of the Holy Cross here, Cardinal Bernard F. Law, a beleaguered prince of a church under siege, ...

Prosecutors Examine Legal Culpability Of Church Officials (Washington Post)
By Edward Walsh Page A16,   May 5, 2002
In a dramatic shift in their approach to child sexual abuse cases, prosecutors in several parts of the country are exploring whether bishops and ...

Boston Archdiocese Rejects Settlement In Sex Abuse Case (Washington Post)
By Edward Walsh and Alan Cooperman Page A01,   May 4, 2002
The Archdiocese of Boston decided yesterday to back out of a multimillion-dollar settlement with 86 alleged victims of John Geoghan, a defrocked ...

In Brief (Washington Post)
Page B09,   May 4, 2002
Sex Scandal Hasn't RuinedFundraising for 2 Dioceses Despite reports that Roman Catholics are withholding contributions to the Church because of the ...

Priest Arrested on Rape Charges (Washington Post)
By Rene Sanchez Page A02,   May 3, 2002
LOS ANGELES, May 2 -- The Rev. Paul Shanley, a priest whose alleged sexual misconduct over decades in Boston has inflamed the pedophilia scandal ...

A Sex Abuse Panic? (Washington Post)
By Richard Cohen Page A27,   May 3, 2002
Harris Mirkin, PhD and associate professor at the University of Missouri, is in a spot of trouble. Back in 1999 he published an article in which he ...

Boston Priest Paul Shanley Arrested (Washington Post PM Extra)
By Rene Sanchez May 2, 2002
LOS ANGELES, May 2 ・The Rev. Paul Shanley, a priest whose alleged sexual misconduct in Boston is at the center of the pedophilia scandal rocking the ...
No Monopoly on Molestation (Washington Post)
By Art Buchwald Page C02,   May 2, 2002
I rarely write a serious column, but -- warning -- this is one of them. Not only little Catholic boys, but also little boys of other faiths have been ...


Cardinal 'Encouraged' By Vatican Meeting (Post, April 29, 2002)

Vatican's Man of The Hour: McCarrick Improves Scandal-Tarnished Image of Church (Post, April 28, 2002)

Cardinals Back 'Zero Tolerance': U.S. Bishops Urged to Establish Uniform Policy on Priests' Abuse (Post, April 27, 2002)

Diocese Releases More Papers On Priest: Shanley Threatened To Implicate Others (Post, April 27, 2002)

Mixed Reviews Are Likely As U.S. Cardinals Return: Critics Say Prelates Avoided Responsibility in Priests' Abuse (Post, April 26, 2002)

Boston Archdiocese Turns Over Evidence (Post, April 26, 2002)

Priests-to-Be Want Open Discussion: Theological Students in Rome Emphasize Responsibility of Church Leaders (Post, April 25, 2002)

Prelates Back Ouster of 'Notorious' Clergy: U.S. Cardinals Favor Faster Steps, but Not a Blanket Policy in Child Abuse Cases (Post, April 25, 2002)

Grand Jury To Investigate Priests in Pa. (Post, April 25, 2002)

Pope Condemns Sex Abuse, but Cites Redemption (Post, April 24, 2002)

U.S. Bishops Gather at Vatican: Prelates Play Down Reports of Move Against Boston Cardinal (Post, April 23, 2002)

Pope Tells New Priests They Must Be 'Perfect' (Post, April 22, 2002)

Pontiff Calls for Discipline In Clergy: Measures to Root Out Misconduct Are Urged (Post, April 21, 2002)

Cardinal: 'Mistakes' Possible on Abuse Cases: New York's Egan Offers Apology (Post, April 21, 2002)

Missouri Seminary Cited in Sex Abuse Suits Will Close (Post, April 21, 2002)

Cardinal Revamps Handling of Sex Abuse Cases (Post, April 19, 2002)

Reluctant Mexican Church Begins to Question Its Own: For First Time, a Bishop Acknowledges Pedophilia Cases (Post, April 17, 2002)

Uniform Policy on Priests' Abuse Proposed: D.C.'s Cardinal McCarrick Urges More Openness With Public, Authorities (Post, April 17, 2002)

Pope Sets Meeting On Sex Scandal: Taking Direct Role, Vatican Summons American Cardinals (Post, April 16, 2002)

Wis. Archbishop Kept Silent on Predator Priest (Post, April 14, 2002)

Priestly Duties, Shared Stigma: D.C. Pastor Soldiers On as Church Struggles With Sex Abuse Scandal (Post, April 14, 2002)

Cardinal Law Says He Won't Step Down (Post, April 13, 2002)

Diocese Probed on Sex Abuse Coverup (Post, April 12, 2002)

Calls for Cardinal Law To Resign Grow Louder: Support Fades as Evidence Mounts in Scandal (Post, April 10, 2002)

Suit Says Archdiocese Knew of Priest's Abuse: Parishes Not Told, Lawyer Alleges (Post, April 9, 2002)

Police Probe Woman's Claim That L.A. Cardinal Abused Her (Post, April 7, 2002)

Recently Accused of Abuse, Ohio Priest Kills Himself: Catholic Had Missed Meeting With Diocese Officials to Discuss Allegations in 22-Year-Old Case (Post, April 6, 2002)

Catholics: Church in Midst of A 'Crisis': Handling of Scandal Stirs Anger, but Poll Finds Strong Faith (Post, April 4, 2002)

No Longer a Lone Voice Crying: A Catholic Hears Vindication in Scandal's Growing Chorus (Post, April 3, 2002)

Calif. Dioceses Settle Sex-Abuse Lawsuit (Post, April 2, 2002)

Despite Scandal, Cardinal Law Speaks of 'Unshakable Hope' (Post, April 1, 2002)

Catholic Split Felt Deeply on Good Friday: Protesters Demand Change As Anger Rises on All Sides (Post, March 30, 2002)

CU Forum Confronts Sex-Abuse Scandal: Students Express Concern and Anger, Call for Law's Resignation From Board (Post, March 27, 2002)

From Pulpits, Priests Address Sex Misconduct: Palm Sunday Services Lament Pain Caused by Scandals Across Nation (Post, March 25, 2002)

For Catholic Church's Future, Tradition vs. Radical Change: Two Camps Advocate Vastly Different Courses (Post, March 24, 2002)

In This Diocese, the Policy Has Long Been Clear (Post, March 24, 2002)

Woman Says Priest Was 'Boyfriend': Accuser Recalls Hours Spent Alone With Pastor (Post, March 23, 2002)

Pope Relays Concern Over 'Sins' of Clergy: Vatican Acknowledges 'Grave Scandal' (Post, March 22, 2002)

D.C. Priest Accused of Misconduct: Sisters Allege Abuse From 1979 to 1984 (Post, March 22, 2002)

Many Catholics See Coverup in Abuse Scandal (Post, March 21, 2002)

For Catholics, Crisis of Trust Allayed by Faith: View of Hierarchy Dimmed, But Many Back Local Clergy (Post, March 17, 2002)

Archdiocese Settles Sex Abuse Cases: Millions to Be Paid To Victims of Priest (Post, March 13, 2002)

2 Jewish Groups Back Therapeutic Cloning: Orthodox Leaders Break With Right (Post, March 13, 2002)

Abuse Problem Is Clouded by A Lack of Data: Opinion Split on Whether Molestation Is More Prevalent in Catholic Clergy (Post, March 10, 2002)

Fla. Bishop Quits Post, Admitting Sex Abuse (Post, March 9, 2002)

Court Dismisses Child Rape Case: Judge Says Charges Were Filed Too Late Against Ex-Priest (Post, March 8, 2002)

Archdiocese Works Toward Settlement in Sex Scandal (Post, March 7, 2002)

Reassurance for Catholic Parents: Area Dioceses Cite Rules to Protect Children, Report Abuse (Post, Feb. 28, 2002)

Founder of Opus Dei Will Be Canonized: Conservative Group Gained Pope's Favor (Post, Feb. 27, 2002)

Orthodox Jews in U.S. Quiet On Israeli Conversion Ruling: Security Crisis Overshadows Court Decision, Groups Say (Post, Feb. 24, 2002)

Robertson Calls Islam a Religion of Violence, Mayhem (Post, Feb. 22, 2002)

Ex-Priest Gets Maximum Sentence in Abuse Case: Scandal Still Plagues Archdiocese of Boston (Post, Feb. 22, 2002)

Religious Broadcasters Force Out New President: Evangelists Were Urged to Be Less Political (Post, Feb. 21, 2002)

In Boston, Catholics React to Scandal: Evidence Grows Of Sex Abuse Among Clergy (Post, Feb. 18, 2002)

GOP Aims to Broaden Churches' Politicking: Bill Would Allow Backing of Candidates (Post, Feb. 17, 2002)

Rabbis in the Middle On Gay Ordination: Film Speaks to Conservatives' Quandary (Post, Feb. 13, 2002)

Krishna Temples Plan Bankruptcy Filing Over Abuse Suit (Post, Feb. 9, 2002)

For Dioceses, Legal Toll Quietly Rises: Tucson Settlement Typifies Catholic Church's Approach to Settling Sex Abuse Suits (Post, Jan. 30, 2002)

Archdiocese Agrees to Report Past Sex Abuse Allegations (Post, Jan. 25, 2002)

Scholars Plan to Show How Attacks Violated Islamic Law (Post, Jan. 20, 2002)

Ex-Priest Guilty of Assault: Geoghan to Face Rape, Molestation Charges (Post, Jan. 19, 2002)

Cardinal Apologizes To Abuse Victims: Boston Archdiocese Sets New Policy (Post, Jan. 12, 2002)

New Bishops for Washington Archdiocese: McCarrick Stresses Importance of Expanding Role for Hispanic Community (Post, Dec. 29, 2001)

Ousted Md. Priest Faces Charge in His Church (Post, Dec. 19, 2001)

Accokeek Church Still Struggling To Reconcile: Vestry Awaits Appeal In Rector's Dismissal (Post, Dec. 16, 2001)

Accokeek Church Board Struggling to Reconcile: Vestry Awaits Appeal In Rector's Dismissal (Post, Dec. 13, 2001)

N.Y. Woman Is Ordained Catholic Priest: Breakaway N.Y. Parish Defies Another Vatican Tradition (Post, Nov. 18, 2001)

Roman Catholic Bishops Declare U.S. War Is Moral: But Poverty and Injustice at Root of Terrorism Should Be Addressed, Pastoral Statement Says (Post, Nov. 16, 2001)

Priest Admits Theft From His Parish In Fairfax (Post, Nov. 14, 2001)

Fractured Episcopalian Church Tries to Heal: But Unified Service Is Only First Step (Post, Nov. 8, 2001)

Fractured Episcopalian Church Tries to Heal: But Unified Service Seen as Only First Step (Post, Nov. 8, 2001)

Church Appeals Rector's Ouster: Episcopal Parish Hires Interim Priest After Judge's Ruling (Post, Nov. 3, 2001)

No Time for Hatred, Clergy Warn (Post, Sept. 17, 2001)

Many Attempt to Reconcile The Horror With Their Faith: Across the Region, People Gather at Religious Services (Post, Sept. 13, 2001)

No Sabbath Peace for Divided Church: Bishop, Embattled Md. Priest Conduct Competing Services (Post, May 28, 2001)

Bishop, Md. Priest Ordained For Face-Off (Post, May 25, 2001)

Churches in Harmony With Cultural Shift (Post, March 15, 2001)

Priest Allegedly Abused 2 Students During 1980s: Episcopal Rector Held on $2 Million Bond After Arrest in Illinois; Accusers Now in Their Thirties (Post, Feb. 8, 2001)

Priest to Plead Guilty To Md. Drug Charge (Post, Jan. 5, 2001)

Gay Activists Interrupt Catholic Bishops' Conference: Demonstrators Are Denied Communion Because of Protest, Church Says (Post, Nov. 14, 2000)

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