There is nothing worse than having to assess blame for your child or your family member’s sexual victimization at the hands of somebody you thought they could trust, such as a Priest. But please remember if that happened, it is very common that it is not the first time this person has been involved in such behavior. It is obviously important that you make sure to get your own child or loved one out of that situation, but you have a moral obligation (if nothing else) to make sure that this person is removed from the situation—even though they may be a Priest who you have loved and respected for years. This way they will not victimize anyone else, and they will be put to responsibility for what they have done.

Damian Mallard, Esq.
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