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[Why Catholics should be grateful for ‘Spotlight’] The Archdiocese of Baltimore just took a step to address that pain by joining the growing number of dioceses that have posted a list, all in one place, of priests who have been accused in the diocese, some dating back decades.
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“We’ve heard from victim-surviors that one main obstacle is the sense that they’re alone. They won’t be believed.” Thanks to the list, Caine said, that feeling might be diminished.
“They’re empowered to find out that other people have alleged against the same person.” [‘Spotlight’ portrayal of sexual abuse is making the Catholic church uncomfortable all over again] The Baltimore archdiocese was among the first in the country to publicly list its accused priests, shortly after the Globe’s revelations in 2002. But Caine said that list was never meant to be permanent.