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4,444 victims of abuse in Catholic church in Australia

Convicted paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale giving evidence at the Royal Commission into institutional child sexual abuse. Picture: Damian White
Seven per cent of Australia’s Catholic priests were accused of abusing children in the six decades since 1950, according to new data from the royal commission.
On Monday the royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse released damning statistics on the scale of the crisis within the Catholic Church. The numbers confirm the extent of sexual predation already suggested by four years of royal commission hearings involving the church, which are now entering their final weeks.
Up to 15% of priests in some dioceses were alleged perpetrators between 1950 and 2015, with abusers most prevalent in the dioceses of Sale and Sandhurst in Victoria, Port Pirie in South Australia, and Lismore and Wollongong in New South Wales. The numbers were even worse in some national Catholic orders. By far the worst was the order of the St John of God Brothers, where a staggering 40% of religious brothers are believed to have abused children.
Twenty-two per cent of Christian Brothers and 20% of Marist Brothers, both orders that run schools, were alleged perpetrators. More than one in five priests in the Benedictine community of New Norcia were alleged perpetrators, while 17.2% of clergy were accused of crimes against children in the Salesians of Don Bosco order.
In total, between 1980 and 2015, 4,444 people alleged incidents of child sexual abuse relating to 93 Catholic Church authorities. The abuse allegedly took place in more than 1,000 institutions. The average age of victims was 10.5 for girls and 11.6 for boys. The overwhelming majority of survivors were male. Almost 1,900 perpetrators were identified and another 500 remained unidentified. Thirty-two per cent were religious brothers, 30% were priests, 29% were lay people and 5% were religious sisters.
The royal commission said 37% of all private sessions it held with survivors from all institutions related to abuse in the Catholic Church.
The disturbing figures were revealed by senior counsel assisting, Gail Furness, SC. She also revealed that the Holy See had refused to hand over documents involving Australian priests accused of abuse.
“The royal commission hoped to gain an understanding of the action taken in each case,” Furness said. “The Holy See responded, on 1 July 2014, that it was ‘neither possible nor appropriate to provide the information requested’,” she said.
Furness said the responses of Catholic diocese and orders across the country were “depressingly similar”.
Children were ignored or worse, punished. Allegations were not investigated. Priests and religious [brothers] were moved. The parishes or communities to which they were moved knew nothing of their past,” she said. “Documents were not kept or they were destroyed. Secrecy prevailed as did cover-ups.
The church’s Truth, Justice and Healing council, set up to coordinate the church’s response to the crisis, made an opening statement following the release of the data. Chief executive Francis Sullivan struggled with emotion as he spoke, saying the data without doubt “undermines the image and credibility of the priesthood”.
These numbers are shocking, they are tragic, they are indefensible,” Sullivan said. “And each entry in this data for the most part represents a child who suffered at the hands of someone who should have cared for and protected them.
“The data is an indictment on the priests and religious who abused these children. It also reflects on the church leaders who at times failed to take steps to deal with the abusers, failed to call them to order and failed to deal with them in accordance with the law.”
Sullivan described the abuse as a “massive failure” of the church and as a corruption of the gospel.
“As Catholics, we hang our heads in shame,” he said.
Sullivan outlined the key programs of change undertaken by the church. That included the establishment of the professional standards body responsible for auditing and reporting on the compliance of bishops and church leaders with child protection standards. It also includes revisiting abuse claims, the push for a national redress scheme, the recruitment of new professional standards officers and the creation of stronger child protection policies and procedures.
The royal commission is now in its final stage of examining abuse by Catholic clergy and the responses of various Catholic authorities. The final three weeks are expected to focus on cultural causes of the offending, the current child protection policies of the church, and the way it has responded to the royal commission case studies so far. The archbishops of Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne Canberra-Goulburn, Perth and Brisbane are due to give evidence.
The hearing aims to answer the questions that linger in many survivors’ minds: why did the abuse happen at such a scale? And why was it covered-up for so long?
Church leaders last week began warning churchgoers and schools about the final weeks of the royal commission. The archbishop of Brisbane, Mark Coleridge, released a video to Catholic school parents and churches warning them to expect some “grim moments”. He said the final hearing would allow the church to tell a “better story” about how it has changed.
“Through these three weeks there will be some grim moments and there will be some shocks, inevitably,” he said. “But there will also be a chance to tell a better story of what has been done and what is being done now.”
He said the church would need to show how it had changed culturally, as well as through amendments to flawed child protection policies and procedures.
“It’s not enough to change procedures and protocols, that has to happen. But we have to shift the culture and that’s a much more difficult thing to do,” he said.

4,444 victims: extent of abuse in Catholic church in Australia revealed Christopher Knaus 6 February 2017

John Joseph Farrell, 62, is awaiting sentencing for 62 offences involving 12 victims.

One victim said in his statement, which was read by his mother, the abuse was compounded by the fact that when he reported what happened to him, he was not believed.
"I felt completely abandoned by the institution I had put so much faith in," his statement said.
The victim said he had enjoyed a happy childhood until the age of 11.
"When I met Farrell, all of that changed," he said in his statement.
He said the Catholic Church merely protected Farrell.
The man also said it was no coincidence he started drinking after meeting Farrell.
He said he developed chronic alcoholism, never engaged in study or long-term employment and has had 20 different homes in the past 25 years.
Another victim said that having to re-live the offences against him was traumatic.
"I have never been able to have a proper relationship because of what happened to me," his statement said.
Another victim who was raped by Farrell was overcome with emotion as he was preparing to read out his victim impact statement in the witness box.
His partner stepped up to read the statement on his behalf.
In it, he said the abuse continues to cause him problems with intimacy.
"I feel unclean until I've showered [after sexual activity]," he said. "John Farrell has shown neither remorse nor regret for what he has done to me and others."
Most of Farrell's victims were altar boys in the Moree area, but three of the victims were girls.
A woman who was sexually abused by Farrell said in her statement that was submitted but not read to the court: "I naively assumed that God must have been okay with it."
"My experience with John Farrell was always present in my thoughts and never was I prepared to reveal that I was a victim," she said.

Victim of sexual abuse by Catholic priest felt 'completely abandoned' by church Karl Hoerr 8 Apr 2016

One Australia's worst paedophiles, former Ballarat priest Gerald Ridsdale has been convicted of 138 sex offences against children - some as young as four - involving more than 50 victims.
Ridsdale was ordained at St Patrick's Cathedral in Ballarat in 1961. The first complaint about his behaviour towards children was received by the church that same year. Ridsdale would continue to abuse children over the next three decades.
Ballarat Bishop Ronald Mulkearns moved Ridsdale to a number of parishes around Victoria and Sydney amid abuse allegations against him over many years before Ridsdale asked him for leave in 1988 "so that I may be removed from the kind of work that has proved to be a temptation and a difficulty to me".
Cardinal Pell said he accepts no responsibility for Ridsdale's movements when he was a member of the College of Consultors, which advised the Bishop on movements of parish priests. Cardinal Pell said he was never told about Ridsdale's offending while he was in Ballarat, including as an adviser to Bishop Mulkearns from 1977.  
Ridsdale and Cardinal Pell lived together at the Presbytery of St Alipius in Ballarat in 1973.
Abuse victim David Ridsdale claimed he told Cardinal Pell about abuse at the hands of his uncle Gerald Ridsdale in 1993 and that the Cardinal tried to bribe him, saying "I want to know what it will take to keep you quiet." Cardinal Pell denies that this ever happened.
In 1993, Ridsdale made his first court appearance on child sex offences.
He was accompanied by Cardinal Pell, who later said he regretted doing so.
Ridsdale, who also allegedly abused children in New South Wales and the US, will be eligible for parole in 2019, when he will be almost 85 years old.
Mildura sex offender Monsignor John Day was a senior priest in the Diocese of Ballarat. He died in 1978. He never served time in jail for his offences against children.
The royal commission has been told a 1971 police investigation found that the senior priest, who was active until the 1970s, had molested children in Victoria over 13 years.
Cardinal Pell told the commission that Monsignor Day's case made him aware of sexual abuse among clergy, but that he didn't recognise signs of abuse by Christian Brothers in Ballarat, where he served as assistant parish priest from 1973-83.
The royal commission heard last year that former Mildura policeman Denis Ryan had investigated allegations against Day of child sexual abuse while under pressure from his superiors to stop.
His superiors later took over the investigation and cleared Day of any wrongdoing. Victoria Police tried to force Mr Ryan to transfer to another station in 1972, and he ultimately resigned from the force.
Victoria Police has since apologised to former detective over the cover-up.
Ryan, who wrote a book about his struggle to bring Day to justice, believes the priest sexually abused more than 100 children.
When Day died, Bishop Ronald Mulkearns said he had "faithfully fulfilled his ministry in God's name".

Paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale abused more than 50 children 

22 MAGGIO 2015

Brother Gerald Fitzgerald was appointed as a Christian Brother to East Melbourne in 1921 and held a number of positions around Victoria until the mid-1970s.

In 1962 he became the grade 3 teacher at St Alipius Boys' School in Ballarat. He was part of the clergy paedophile ring that worked at the primary school. It included Christian Brothers Edward Dowlan, Stephen Farrell and Robert Best, as well as paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale, who was the school's chaplain. All, except Fitzgerald, were later convicted of sex crimes.
Fitzgerald died in 1987 while being investigated but was never charged.
Data produced to the royal commission shows 15 male victims made a claim of sexual abuse against Fitzgerald for the period of 1950 to 1975. The average age of victims at the time of the abuse was eight.
The data shows the first alleged incident occurred 30 years after he became a priest, at 48 years of age.
A number of former students of St Patrick's College and St Alipius Boys' School have given evidence that students and some staff members were aware of the risk of sexual abuse by clergy, including Brother Fitzgerald.
On Fitzgerald, Cardinal Pell told the royal commission: "I think it [used to be alleged] when some of the boys were leaving, he'd given them a kiss ... The general conviction was it was harmless enough."
Fitzgerald stayed at St Alipius until he was forced to retire in 1975. An internal Catholic report said he went into the school's dormitory to play with boys.

Brother Edward 'Ted' Dowlan was jailed in 1996 for sexually abusing 11 boys at four Christian Brothers schools. In 2015, he was jailed again after being convicted of abusing 20 boys. County Court judge Richard Smith said at the time that Dowlan had preyed on vulnerable boys over a 14-year period at six different schools. 

Judge Smith said Dowlan had been in a position of authority and trust and believed he had "some right of entitlement" to abuse the boys in appalling circumstances because he had power over them and they were unable to resist him.
The judge described Dowlan's offending as brazen and said he did not believe he was remorseful.
Dowlan's first appointment was as a grade 5 teacher at Ballarat's St Alipius Boys' School. In the 1970s he worked at St Thomas More Boys' Regional College in Nunawading and St Patrick's College in Ballarat. He served as deputy headmaster of Cathedral College in Melbourne and also worked at St Mary's in Geelong, Catholic Regional College in Geelong, and St Vincent's Special School.
Data produced to the royal commission shows the average age of Dowlan's victims was 11. Dowlan was thrown out of the Christian Brothers order in 2008. He changed his name by deed poll to Bales in 2011.
The first allegation of child sex abuse made against Father Paul David Ryan was in 1976, within a week of him being ordained in Ballarat.
He was jailed in 2006, aged 57, after pleading guilty to assaulting an altar boy in his parish house.  
The convicted priest told the royal commission that former Ballarat Bishop Mulkearns knew about him in 1977 and "buried his head in the sand" about sexual abuse in the Ballarat diocese.
In 2012, the mother of one of Ryan's victims accused Bishop Mulkearns of shuffling him between parishes where he continued to prey on victims.  
Ryan was sent to the US in 1977 and 1979, returning after three child sex abuse allegations emerged. In Victoria, he was sent to Warrnambool, Terang, Penshurst and Ararat.
On Ryan, Cardinal Pell told the royal commission he had an "unusual style". 
"I was never particularly supportive of his vocation," Cardinal Pell said.
Brother CCK joined Christian Brothers Novitiate in 1960. The first child sex abuse complaint against him was made two years after he took his vows, aged 22.
He is the subject of the highest number of proven complaints against a single Christian Brother in Victoria and/or Tasmania.
The church has paid survivors of 37 child abuse claims $3.5 million in compensation, and three others $350,000 in civil claims. The alleged abuse occurred between 1963 and 1987.
CCK taught at number of schools in Victoria and Tasmania, including St Alipius Boys' School in Ballarat from 1968 to 1973.
The first allegation of child sexual abuse against Brother Stephen Farrell was made the year of his vows, aged 20 years old.
He was convicted of nine counts of indecent assault in 1997 against two boys at St Alipius Boys' School in Ballarat and given a suspended two-year prison sentence.
In 2013, he was sentenced to three months prison for another indecent assault against a boy at the Ballarat school.
He told the royal commission in a private hearing that when Ballarat Superior Brother Paul Nangle raised abuse allegations against him, he gave him a "long cuddle" of support and walked out of the room.
Within two years of his first appointment in Perth in 1958, Brother BWX admitted ordering at least seven boys to undress in his house, where he spoke of the function of genital organs and indecently assaulted them.
BWX worked at St Patrick's Province in Brunswick, St Joseph's Christian Brothers College Warrnambool, in the Diocese of Ballarat, and St Kevin's College in Toorak.
In 1994, Brother BWX was sent to the US for treatment for child abuse incidents.
In 2003, during an interview with Towards Healing, BWX said he was warned seven years earlier by the then principal of St Joseph's not to "go one to one with boys or touch their genitals".
Data produced to the royal commission reveals two people have made claims of child sex abuse against Brother BWX, which occurred between 1961 and 1976.
The first allegation refers to a claim against him when he was 22 years old, four years after professing his vows.
Internal church documents reveal concerns about Brother CCJ's behaviour dating back to the early 1970s, soon after he began teaching in Victoria.
In 1981, he was recorded as spending a "considerable amount of time counselling the boys" and the following year he was moved to St Patrick's College in Ballarat.
In 2005, Brother CCJ pleaded guilty to 10 charges of indecent assault against students at Trinity College in Brunswick in the 1970s.
Data produced to the royal commission shows 17 people made a claim of child sexual abuse against him for the period from 1971 to 1983 (94 per cent were male, 6 per cent female).
The first allegation relates to abuse that occurred two years after he professed his vows, aged 22.

Father Kevin O'Donnell is subject to the largest number of complaints to the church's internal compensation scheme, Melbourne Response. O'Donnell is a former parish priest at Sacred Heart Primary School in Oakleigh.

All 50 complaints against O'Donnell - relating to abuse between 1944 to 1992 - were upheld. The Melbourne Response has paid about $2.2 million in compensation and counselling costs to O'Donnell's survivors as of March 2014.
Other complaints against O'Donnell were settled outside the Melbourne Response.
He was charged with 49 child sex offences in 1995 and pleaded guilty to 12 counts of indecent assault. He was sentenced to 39 months' imprisonment.
O'Donnell died in March 1997, about four months' after his release from prison.
Two of his victims, Emma and Katie Foster, were repeatedly abused by O'Donnell at primary school. Emma later took her own life, and Katie is in a wheelchair after being hit by a car.
They are the children of prominent survivors' advocates Chrissie and Anthony Foster.
There were complaints about paedophile Father Peter Searson's behaviour for more than a decade while he was parish priest at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Sunbury and at Holy Family in Doveton.
Complaints ranged from carrying a handgun at school, animal cruelty, showing a body in a coffin to children and unnecessary sexualised conduct with students and frequenting the boys toilets.
The royal commission heard that children would sit on his knee and he would tape the "hot" confessions.
Victim Julie Stewart testified to the royal commission that Searson abused her on numerous occasions in the confessional when she was nine years old in the mid-1980s.
During her last confession she said Searson lifted her onto his lap and pushed her against his erect penis while telling her she was forgiven for her sins.
"He whispered in my ear: 'You are a good girl. The Lord forgives you'," she said.
In 1993, Searson admitted holding a large knife to a child's chest. The Catholic Education Office failed to take the matter further despite receiving legal advice that it should investigate the incident.
Searson's faculties as a priest were removed in 1998.
Data produced to the royal commission shows the church paid compensation to four people who were sexually abused as children by Searson in Kew, Sunbury and Doveton between 1974 and 1985.
Searson died in 2009 before facing any child sex charges. The church has paid out almost $300,000 to his victims.

Priest raped me nearly every Saturday for six months, victim tells hearing Melissa Davey 26 October 2016

Father Nazareno Fasciale was an assistant priest at various parishes including Geelong and North Fitzroy. 

He went on extended leave to his native Italy in 1960 after church officials were made aware of allegations that he had molested three girls.
He returned to Australia and was appointed parish priest at Yarraville in 1973, but was sent for treatment by then Archbishop James Knox after concerns were raised about his conduct with young boys.
In the early 1990s, more complaints were made against him from the 50s and 60s, to then Melbourne Vicar-General Monsignor Cudmore.  
The commission was told Fasciale admitted his criminal actions to Monsignor Cudmore and asked not to be stripped of his faculties.
He was allowed to resign for health reasons in 1993 ​and died three years later while due to face multiple child abuse charges.
Despite the controversy at the time, his funeral was attended by 60 priests and bishops, including future archbishops of Melbourne George Pell and Denis Hart.
Data produced to the royal commission shows 20 people claimed sexual child abuse at the hands of Fasciale between 1953 and 1985 at multiple schools and parishes.
The church paid out $753,000 to 19 victims.

Father Ronald Pickering has been linked to multiple suicides of victims he abused as children. He was moved to parishes around Melbourne before fleeing to Britain. 

A victim testified that Pickering sexually abused him while he was an assistant priest at St Mary's Parish and chaplain of St Mary's Boys School in St Kilda East.
During confession with another paedophile priest, Wilfred Baker, from a neighbouring church, the victim reported abuse at the hands of Pickering.
Baker broke the seal of confession and told Pickering about the complaint.
The victim continued to be abused by Pickering until he was 23 years old.
Pickering's faculties as a priest were removed in 1994.
The Melbourne archdiocese has previously acknowledged in writing Pickering's "proclivity for child abuse" and has financially compensated several victims.
Data produced to the royal commission shows 19 people claimed child sexual abuse at the hands of Pickering between 1960 and 1989 at 14 institutions.
Sixteen victims who went through the church's Melbourne Response program shared in $881,000.
Pickering died overseas in 2012 having never been charged.

Father Wilfred "Billy" Baker worked was a priest at Gladstone Park and St James Parish in North Richmond, and as an assistant priest at various other parishes in Melbourne.

The first complaint against him, about his relationship with a teenage boy, was made in 1978. More complaints were made to the church in the early 1990s about his serious drinking problem and his rude and unprofessional conduct.
Senior Catholic education officials warned a Melbourne principal that children were not safe to be left alone with Baker before he moved to St James Parish in mid-1992.
Former St James Primary School principal Patricia Taylor took her concerns about Baker to her regional bishop Peter Connors, who she said told her "once a paedophile always a paedophile".
The royal commission has heard she did not hear from the bishop again and that Baker was appointed to the parish a short time later.
A victim testified that he was sexually abused by Baker on multiple occasions from 1976 while he was an altar boy at Gladstone Park.
When he was 12 years old, he said Baker took him to his parents' house in Maryborough and sexually abused him in a bedroom after his parents were asleep.
Baker was put on administrative leave by then Archbishop Pell on the recommendation of Independent Commissioner Peter O'Callaghan, QC.
In 1999 Baker was jailed for multiple counts of indecent assault and one of gross indecency against eight boys aged 10 to 12 spanning two decades.
In court proceedings at the time it was heard that Baker was moved from one suburb to another after former Archbishop Frank Little was made aware of allegations against him.
Data produced to the royal commission shows 21 people claimed child sexual abuse at the hands of Baker between 1960 and 1985 at 15 institutions, mostly parishes and schools.
Three victims lodged civil claims and shared in $501,000 compensation.
Sixteen of the remaining 18 victims went through the church's Melbourne Response program shared in $555,000.

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