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January 2014

Confidentiality and Mandatory Reporting: A Clergy Dilemma?

Author(s): Rev. Marie M. Fortune
There is increasing controversy surrounding the issue of mandatory reporting by clergy of physical or sexual abuse of children and the privilege of confidentiality within the pastoral role. Some clergy perceive the expectation of mandatory reporting of child abuse by helping professionals to be in direct conflict with their pastoral role. When state law requires clergy (along with all other helping professionals) to report suspected child abuse, some clergy feel that they face a dilemma.
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January 1991

A Commentary on Religious Issues in Family Violence

Author(s): Rev. Marie M. Fortune
Addresses some of the common religious concerns raised by people dealing with family violence (including child sexual abuse and incest) and illustrates ways of converting potential religious roadblocks into valuable resources.
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Forgiveness: The Last Step

Author(s): Rev. Marie M. Fortune
This article discusses the importance of the forgiveness in the experience of family violence for both Christian victims and offenders.