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Przestępstwa i wykroczenia seksualne w Kościele katolickim na świecie (92)

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Clerical sex abuse protesters assemble at the General Post Office (GPO) on O'Connell Street in Dublin, prior to marching to the Garden of Remembrance to hold a protest to coincide with the Papal Mass at Phoenix Park, before walking to the site of a nearby former Magdalene laundry, during the visit to Ireland by Pope Francis.
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Fot. Mateusz Grochocki/East News Warszawa, 08.10.2018. Spotkanie z przedstawicielami ofiar ksiezy pedofilow, z prawnikami i psychologami w Sejmie, organizowane przez poslanke Joanne Scheuring-Wielgus. n/z: Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska (L), Joanna Scheuring-Wielgus (C).
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Protesters hold a banner reading "Bishop, Hiding Pedophilia is a Crime" and a map reading "Map of Church Pedophilia in Poland" with 255 documented cases of sexual abuse of minors by the country's Catholic priests, during a protest against alleged child sex abuse in the Catholic church in Warsaw on October 7, 2018, demanding the church to stop protecting pedophile priests. (Photo by Janek SKARZYNSKI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - This handout photo taken and released on March 18, 2019 by the Vatican press office, the Vatican Media, shows Pope Francis shaking hands with France's Cardinal Philippe Barbarin (R), during their meeting at the Vatican on March 18, 2019. - Pope Francis met with Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, France's highest-ranking Catholic official, who was expected to tender his resignation after receiving a six-month suspended jail sentence for failing to report sex abuse by a priest under his authority. (Photo by HO / VATICAN MEDIA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / VATICAN MEDIA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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TOPSHOT - Lyon archbishop, cardinal Philippe Barbarin gestures as he arrives in Lyon court to attend his trial, on January 7, 2019, charged with failing to report a priest who abused boy scouts in the 1980s and 90s. - Barbarin is the highest-profile Catholic cleric to be caught up in a paedophile scandal in France. (Photo by JEFF PACHOUD / AFP)
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This photo taken and handout on February 22, 2019 by the Vatican Media shows Pope Francis, cardinals and bishops attending the second day of a global child protection summit for reflections on the sex abuse crisis within the Catholic Church, at the Vatican. (Photo by Handout / VATICAN MEDIA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / VATICAN MEDIA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 11, 2015 Chilean priest Fernando Karadima appears in court of Santiago to testify in a civil lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Santiago for allegedly sexual abuse cover up. - Pope Francis on September 28, 2018 removed Karadima, a former Chilean charismatic priest convicted of pedophilia, whose case had poisoned the trip of the Argentine pontiff to Chile in January. (Photo by Vladimir RODAS / AFP)
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Fot. AFP / East News Bishop Juan Barros presided over the Chrism Mass in the Cathedral of Osorno, Chile, on 29 March 2018 one of the ceremonies that Christians celebrate during Holy Week that begins the celebration of Holy Week for Catholicism. Bishop Barros awaits the result of the Vatican's investigation after being accused of covering up the priest Fernando Karadima who was found guilty of sexual abuse of minors with violence and abuse of his ecclesiastical power in Osorno, Chile. (Photo by Fernando Lavoz/NurPhoto)
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Fot. AFP / East News Osorno, Chile. 25 March 2018. The questioned Bishop Juan Barros led the Mass of Palm Sunday that begins the celebration of Holy Week for Catholicism. Bishop Barros is being investigated by the Vatican after being accused of covering up the priest Fernando Karadima who was found guilty of sexual abuse of minors with violence and abuse of his ecclesiastical power. in Osorno, Chile. (Photo by Fernando Lavoz/NurPhoto)
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Fot. AFP / East News Osorno, Chile. 23 February 2018. The organization of Lay and Lay of Osorno presented in front of the cathedral a poster with the photograph where the priest Fernando Karadima appears while he is blessed by the Bishops who were his disciples including Juan Barros, current Bishop of Osorno. In these days the victims of Karadima and the people related to Bishop Barros are being interviewed by the priest Jordi Bertomeu, who was appointed to replace the archbishop of Malta, Charles Scicluna special envoy of Pope Francis in Osorno, Chile. (Photo by Fernando Lavoz/NurPhoto)
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3275022 01/17/2018 Priest Gleb Grozovsky, center, charged with child molestation during the announcement of his verdict, at the Priozyorsky District Court of the Leningrad Region. Alexei Danichev/Sputnik
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Protesters present a map reading "Map of Church Pedophilia in Poland" with 255 documented cases of sexual abuse of minors by the country's Catholic priests, during a protest against alleged child sex abuse in the Catholic church in Warsaw on October 7, 2018, demanding the church to stop protecting pedophile priests. (Photo by Janek SKARZYNSKI / AFP)
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3275017 01/17/2018 Priest Gleb Grozovsky charged with child molestation during the announcement of his verdict, at the Priozyorsky District Court of the Leningrad Region. Alexei Danichev/Sputnik
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Pope Francis attends the second session of 'The Protection Of Minors In The Church' meeting at the Synod Hall on February 22, 2019 in Vatican City, Vatican. It is a global child protection summit for reflections on the sex abuse and paedophilia crisis within the Catholic Church. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM
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Cardinal George Pell (C) walks from a car in Melbourne on February 26, 2019. - Pell is facing prosecution for historical child sexual offences. (Photo by Asanka Brendon Ratnayake / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin arrives for a press conference on March 7, 2019 in Lyon, during which he announced that he will resign following his conviction for failing to report the sex abuse of minors by one of his priests. - The archbishop of Lyon, the most senior French cleric caught up in the global paedophilia scandal that has rocked the Catholic church, announced his resignation on March 7 after being given a six-month suspended jail term for failing to report sex abuse. (Photo by JEAN-PHILIPPE KSIAZEK / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 11, 2016 Pope Francis (R) listens to French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin (L) during an audience with homeless and socially excluded people in the Paul-VI hall at the Vatican. - The archbishop of Lyon Philippe Barbarin, the most senior French cleric caught up in the global paedophilia scandal that has rocked the Catholic church, announced his resignation on March 7, 2019 after being given a six-month suspended jail term for failing to report sex abuse. "I have decided to go to see the Holy Father to hand him my resignation. He will receive me in a few days' time," Barbarin told a news conference after the verdict. (Photo by ALBERTO PIZZOLI / AFP)
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French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, center, arrives for a press conference in Lyon, central France, Thursday, March 7, 2019. Barbarin offers his resignation to the Pope after a court on Thursday found him guilty of failing to report to authorities allegations of sexual abuse of minors by a priest. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)
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TOPSHOT Cardinal George Pell (C) makes his way to the court in Melbourne on February 27, 2019. - Cardinal George Pell arrived in court, possibly for the last time as a free man, in a last-ditch push to apply for bail after his historic conviction for child sex crimes. (Photo by Con CHRONIS / AFP)
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3275009 01/17/2018 Priest Gleb Grozovsky charged with child molestation during the announcement of his verdict, at the Priozyorsky District Court of the Leningrad Region. Alexei Danichev/Sputnik

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