Primarily for Dioceses Outline, Goals and Comments, Discussion Questions, References, and Sources Outline

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Discussion Questions

  1. Taking into account the circumstances and timing that were most common when abuse was perpetrated, what instructions should be given to those who are or soon will be serving in ministry?

  2. Considering the settings and locations where abuse took place, what precautions should priests and other church leaders take about where they meet young people?

  3. What other safeguards should dioceses put in place to deter abuse in and around parishes?

  4. What are the major differences between fixated and regressed sexual offenders?

  5. What differentiates situational from preferential offenders?

  6. How do clergy sex offenders differ from the general population of sex offenders?

  7. How can those responsible for the care of children and young people be made more aware of the characteristics of grooming behavior and how to respond when it occurs?

  8. What are the essential ingredients of educational programs that dioceses should have in place to help prevent sexual abuse?

  9. What are some of the relevant factors to be aware of at the onset of abuse?

  10. How do the excuses and justifications for sexual abuse affect the persistence of the behavior?

  11. What are some ways supervisors can more readily detect abuse?

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