The following link will reveal the Archbishop’s January 22nd statement, the names of the offending priests and the amount of financial settlements made: Promise to Protect
Anyone who volunteers within the parish needs to complete the Virtus Training.
If you need to complete the Virtus Training Program, contact Beth Donlon firstname.lastname@example.org
The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People is a comprehensive set of procedures originally established by the USCCB in June 2002 for addressing allegations of sexual abuse of minors by Catholic clergy. The Charter also includes guidelines for reconciliation, healing, accountability, and prevention of future acts of abuse. Download it here:
Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People 2018
How to report an incident of sexual abuse to the Archdiocese of Hartford
If you have knowledge or suspect that a minor or vulnerable adult (an adult with an intellectual disability) has been sexually abused, in any manner, by personnel of the Archdiocese of Hartford, you are urged to report this information to:
Kathleen D. Nowosadko, Victim Assistance Coordinator, 860-541-6475 email@example.com
- Incidents involving sexual abuse of minors (persons under the age of 18) should be reported to:
State Department of Children and Families Care-line, 1-800-842-2288
- Incidents involving sexual abuse of vulnerable adults aged 18 – 59 should be reported to the:
Connecticut Department of Developmental Services – AID Division for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
- Incidents involving sexual abuse of vulnerable adults aged 60 and over should be reported to:
Department of Social Services for the Elderly
- Once a written report of an incident of sexual abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult has been received, an investigation will be undertaken by, or on behalf of, the Archdiocese of Hartford.