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SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT, March 17, 2019

In a pastoral letter to the Diocese of Los Angeles issued on Jan. 24, Bishop John Harvey Taylor spoke to a resolution from the July 2018 General Convention that suspends the statute of limitations on reporting acts of sexual misconduct by bishops, deacons, and priests against adult victims. “This means that if you were the victim of sexual misconduct by a clergyperson, no matter how long ago it occurred, you may lodge a complaint,” Taylor writes.

Click here to read the letter in it’s entirety.

If you or someone you know has been a victim of abuse please contact the clergy with whom you feel most comfortable or the Diocese itself. We want all of God’s children to be able to worship, learn and celebrate safely.


SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT, March 17 HERE

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