The Archdiocese of New Orleans claims to support sexual abuse victims, but their actions show otherwise. In 2018 the Archdiocese of New Orleans not only released an incomplete list of pedophile clergy, but since then has vigorously fought back against survivors who brought forward claims against them in court. Now, the Archdiocese filed for bankruptcy to cover their tracks and ensure hundreds of clergy abuse victims cannot pursue justice against their abusers in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
The 227-year-old diocese follows in the footsteps of dozens of other dioceses and catholic officials across the country by choosing to declare bankruptcy instead of allowing clergy sexual abuse survivors to have their day in court.
THEIR SELFISH DECISION MAY LIMIT YOUR CHANCE TO FILE A CLAIM FOR YOUR ABUSE IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH; CONTACT
US TODAY TO SEE IF YOU MAY STILL BE ELIGIBLE TO FILE A CLAIM FOR YOUR ABUSE.