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The inability of a child to thrive in a Constitutionally protected God based perpetual threat and rape culture is not a fault of the child; however it does become their odious responsibility upon reaching adulthood. The Christian religion at its core is a toxic mechanism whereby intergenerational trauma is kept alive, active and deeply embedded in each new generation, as it has done over the past 2,000+ years.

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Estimating the numbers global

Published: Thursday, 15 November 2023 9:56:16 PM

Estimating the Global Numbers Home

The numbers of children raped globally by Catholic clergy?

" ... a random survey of over 7,000 active Catholics in the U.S. and Canada found a closer ratio, that 1.7 percent of the females and 3.3 percent of the males had been sexually abused in childhood by a priest ..." (Katherine van Wormer, MSSW, Ph.D.) Psychology Today - Priest abuse male compared female victimization impact - published May 20, 2010.

Using these numbers as a base whilst recognising that a substantial number of victims would have already left the church the following formula is used to calculate a low estimate of the number of sexual abuse victims in a given population of Catholics.

1.2 billion catholics
1.7% females abused = 10,404,000 [1.7% of 51.98% of the Catholic population]
3.3% males abused = 19,404,000 [3.3% of 48.02% of the Catholic population]

On the basis of the above figures there are potentially 29,808,000 [combined males and females] Catholics in the World who could identify themselves as having been sexually abused in childhood by a Catholic priest.


This formula can be applied to any population.
Estimate number of Australian Catholics sexually abused in their childhood by Catholic priests.
Australia 5,239,000 million catholics (2006 Census)
Estimated number of survivors who have been "finalized" (completed church or legal process) in Australia between 1000 and 4000.
1.7% females abused = 45,422
3.3% males abused = 84,715

Data sources:
http://www.usccb.org/
http://www.ato.gov.au/
http://www.ncls.org.au/
http://www.ppo.catholic.org.au/
http://www.bishop-accountability.org/
http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/

"Once a cult gets big enough to dominate large areas of life (generally large enough to kill people) and gets official recognition, it becomes a 'religion'." Silverwhistle.

"A review of the literature on priest/clergy abuse reveals that for both genders the typical survivor became disillusioned with the church and suffered a loss of religious faith as a result of the abuse and the subsequent institutional response to the abuse. An inadequate amount of research has been done to determine the full extent of suicide attempts or completed suicides of victims of this form of abuse. One estimate in the literature is that 20 percent of children who were abused by religious authorities considered suicide at some point." "...two major themes: loss of religious faith, and attacks on their personal integrity when they told of the abuse." Psychology Today - Priest abuse male compared female victimization impact

It is estimated that only approximately 3% obtain a resolution via the courts or the church; this leaves 97% of survivors of any given population without any form of justice or adequate treatment and support. The vast majority of these survivors will be in receipt of some form of government benefit or pension if it is available in that country.

This clearly defined subset of Catholics and ex-Catholics can be shown to be the subject of discrimination on the basis of the status of their abusers.

Abused: The calculated total of abused using the 3.3 & 1.7 figures referred to in the Psychology Today article.
Boys: The percentage of boys abused - 3.3%
Girls: The percentage of girls abused - 1.7%
Disclosed: Estimated numbers disclosing if the disclosure rate is 3%. - Estimated Estimate of number obtaining a resolution via church or legal means. Number processed (via church or legal processes) [The "Healed"]
Barred: Estimated number denied access to justice via the legal system due to Statute of Limitations laws - 90%

Suicide Risk; 20% (victims) at the highest risk of suicide as a result of the abuse and the subsequent institutional [and government] response to the abuse[s].

Calculates the estimated number of people who identify as having been sexually abused as a child by a catholic priest. Does not include other forms of abuse or abuse by other religious.

This is the first time this type of data has been made publicly available.

Two major themes: loss of religious faith, and attacks on their personal integrity when they told of the abuse. "Something has to be independent and it has to be seen to be independent. . . Justice must be done and be seen to be done."

GLOBAL - Sample Group

Locality Catholics Abused Boys
(3.3%)
Girls
(1.7%)
Disclosed/Resolved
(3%)    - Estimated
Barred - SoL
(90%)
Suicide
risk
Albania 235,000 5,837 3,800 2,037
175 (G 114) (B 61)
5,254 1,167
Algeria 3,000 75 49 26
2 (G 1) (B 1)
67 15
Angola 10,302,000 255,902 166,583 89,318
7,677 (G 4,998) (B 2,680)
230,312 51,180
Antilles 2,233,000 55,468 36,108 19,360
1,664 (G 1,083) (B 581)
49,921 11,094
Argentina 37,883,811 941,034 612,581 328,453
28,231 (G 18,377) (B 9,854)
846,930 188,207
Armenia 270,000 6,707 4,366 2,341
201 (G 131) (B 70)
6,036 1,341
Asia 90,041,000 2,236,618 1,455,963 780,655
67,099 (G 43,679) (B 23,420)
2,012,957 447,324
Austria 5,755,000 142,954 93,058 49,896
4,289 (G 2,792) (B 1,497)
128,659 28,591
Banghladesh 283,000 7,030 4,576 2,454
211 (G 137) (B 74)
6,327 1,406
Belarus 1,030,000 25,585 16,655 8,930
768 (G 500) (B 268)
23,027 5,117
Belguim 7,775,000 193,131 125,722 67,409
5,794 (G 3,772) (B 2,022)
173,818 38,626
Benin 1,646,000 40,887 26,616 14,271
1,227 (G 798) (B 428)
36,798 8,177
Bolivia 8,253,000 205,005 133,451 71,554
6,150 (G 4,004) (B 2,147)
184,504 41,001
Bosnia and Herzegovina 464,000 11,526 7,503 4,023
346 (G 225) (B 121)
10,373 2,305
Botswana 83,000 2,062 1,342 720
62 (G 40) (B 22)
1,856 412
Brazil 151,200,000 3,755,808 2,444,904 1,310,904
112,674 (G 73,347) (B 39,327)
3,380,227 751,162
Brunei Darussalam 21,000 522 340 182
16 (G 10) (B 5)
469 104
Bulgaria 74,000 1,838 1,197 642
55 (G 36) (B 19)
1,654 368
Burkina Faso 1,545,000 38,378 24,983 13,395
1,151 (G 749) (B 402)
34,540 7,676
Burundi 4,567,000 113,444 73,848 39,596
3,403 (G 2,215) (B 1,188)
102,100 22,689
Cambodia 21,000 522 340 182
16 (G 10) (B 5)
469 104
Cameroon 4,287,000 106,489 69,321 37,168
3,195 (G 2,080) (B 1,115)
95,840 21,298
Canada 13,070,000 324,659 211,342 113,317
9,740 (G 6,340) (B 3,400)
292,193 64,932
Cape Verde 432,000 10,731 6,985 3,745
322 (G 210) (B 112)
9,658 2,146
Central African Republic 793,000 19,698 12,823 6,875
591 (G 385) (B 206)
17,728 3,940
Chad 720,000 17,885 11,642 6,242
537 (G 349) (B 187)
16,096 3,577
Chile 11,021,000 273,762 178,210 95,552
8,213 (G 5,346) (B 2,867)
246,385 54,752
China 13,000,000 322,920 210,210 112,710
9,688 (G 6,306) (B 3,381)
290,628 64,584
Columbia 41,938,720 1,041,758 678,149 363,609
31,253 (G 20,344) (B 10,908)
937,582 208,352
Comoros 4,000 99 65 35
3 (G 2) (B 1)
89 20
Congo 29,500,000 732,780 477,015 255,765
21,983 (G 14,310) (B 7,673)
659,502 146,556
Costa Rica 3,763,000 93,473 60,848 32,625
2,804 (G 1,825) (B 979)
84,126 18,695
Cote d'Ivoire 2,841,000 70,570 45,939 24,631
2,117 (G 1,378) (B 739)
63,513 14,114
Croatia 3,867,000 96,056 62,529 33,527
2,882 (G 1,876) (B 1,006)
86,451 19,211
Cuba 6,330,000 157,237 102,356 54,881
4,717 (G 3,071) (B 1,646)
141,513 31,447
Cypres 10,000 248 162 87
7 (G 5) (B 3)
224 50
Czech Republic 3,519,000 87,412 56,902 30,510
2,622 (G 1,707) (B 915)
78,671 17,482
Denmark 35,000 869 566 303
26 (G 17) (B 9)
782 174
Djibouti 7,000 174 113 61
5 (G 3) (B 2)
156 35
Dominican Republic 8,039,000 199,689 129,991 69,698
5,991 (G 3,900) (B 2,091)
179,720 39,938
Dr Congo 29,500,000 732,780 477,015 255,765
21,983 (G 14,310) (B 7,673)
659,502 146,556
East Timor 767,000 19,052 12,402 6,650
572 (G 372) (B 199)
17,147 3,810
Ecuador 11,749,000 291,845 189,981 101,864
8,755 (G 5,699) (B 3,056)
262,661 58,369
Egypt 299,000 7,427 4,835 2,592
223 (G 145) (B 78)
6,684 1,485
El Salvador 5,436,000 135,030 87,900 47,130
4,051 (G 2,637) (B 1,414)
121,527 27,006
Equatorial Guiniea 548,000 13,612 8,861 4,751
408 (G 266) (B 143)
12,251 2,722
Eritrea 148,000 3,676 2,393 1,283
110 (G 72) (B 38)
3,309 735
Estonia 5,000 124 81 43
4 (G 2) (B 1)
112 25
Ethiopia 533,000 13,240 8,619 4,621
397 (G 259) (B 139)
11,916 2,648
Finland 8,000 199 129 69
6 (G 4) (B 2)
179 40
France 32,496,275 807,207 525,465 281,743
24,216 (G 15,764) (B 8,452)
726,487 161,441
Gabon 615,000 15,277 9,945 5,332
458 (G 298) (B 160)
13,749 3,055
Gambia 35,000 869 566 303
26 (G 17) (B 9)
782 174
Germany 56,032,677 1,391,852 906,048 485,803
41,756 (G 27,181) (B 14,574)
1,252,667 278,370
Gibraltar 21,000 522 340 182
16 (G 10) (B 5)
469 104
Great Britian 4,787,000 118,909 77,406 41,503
3,567 (G 2,322) (B 1,245)
107,018 23,782
Greece 123,000 3,055 1,989 1,066
92 (G 60) (B 32)
2,750 611
Guatemala 10,304,000 255,951 166,616 89,336
7,679 (G 4,998) (B 2,680)
230,356 51,190
Guinea 171,000 4,248 2,765 1,483
127 (G 83) (B 44)
3,823 850
Guinea-Bissau 120,000 2,981 1,940 1,040
89 (G 58) (B 31)
2,683 596
Haiti 6,743,000 167,496 109,034 58,462
5,025 (G 3,271) (B 1,754)
150,747 33,499
Honduras 5,790,000 143,824 93,624 50,199
4,315 (G 2,809) (B 1,506)
129,441 28,765
Hungary 6,056,000 150,431 97,926 52,506
4,513 (G 2,938) (B 1,575)
135,388 30,086
Iceland 5,000 124 81 43
4 (G 2) (B 1)
112 25
India 17,300,000 429,732 279,741 149,991
12,892 (G 8,392) (B 4,500)
386,759 85,946
Indonesia 6,439,000 159,945 104,119 55,826
4,798 (G 3,124) (B 1,675)
143,950 31,989
Iran 24,000 596 388 208
18 (G 12) (B 6)
537 119
Iraq 414,000 10,284 6,694 3,589
309 (G 201) (B 108)
9,255 2,057
Ireland 4,161,000 103,359 67,283 36,076
3,101 (G 2,019) (B 1,082)
93,023 20,672
Israel 74,000 1,838 1,197 642
55 (G 36) (B 19)
1,654 368
Italy 55,800,000 1,386,072 902,286 483,786
41,582 (G 27,069) (B 14,514)
1,247,465 277,214
Japan 509,000 12,644 8,231 4,413
379 (G 247) (B 132)
11,379 2,529
Jordan 31,000 770 501 269
23 (G 15) (B 8)
693 154
Kazakhstan 182,000 4,521 2,943 1,578
136 (G 88) (B 47)
4,069 904
Kenya 8,018,000 199,167 129,651 69,516
5,975 (G 3,890) (B 2,085)
179,250 39,833
Kuwait 158,000 3,925 2,555 1,370
118 (G 77) (B 41)
3,532 785
Laos 39,000 969 631 338
29 (G 19) (B 10)
872 194
Latvia 430,000 10,681 6,953 3,728
320 (G 209) (B 112)
9,613 2,136
Lebanon 1,883,000 46,774 30,448 16,326
1,403 (G 913) (B 490)
42,096 9,355
Lesotho 971,000 24,120 15,701 8,419
724 (G 471) (B 253)
21,708 4,824
Liberia 165,000 4,099 2,668 1,431
123 (G 80) (B 43)
3,689 820
Libya 75,000 1,863 1,213 650
56 (G 36) (B 20)
1,677 373
Liechtenstein 25,000 621 404 217
19 (G 12) (B 7)
559 124
Lithuania 2,766,000 68,707 44,726 23,981
2,061 (G 1,342) (B 719)
61,837 13,741
Luxembourg 388,000 9,638 6,274 3,364
289 (G 188) (B 101)
8,674 1,928
Macedonia 14,000 348 226 121
10 (G 7) (B 4)
313 70
Madagaska 4,701,000 116,773 76,015 40,758
3,503 (G 2,280) (B 1,223)
105,096 23,355
Malawi 3,281,000 81,500 53,054 28,446
2,445 (G 1,592) (B 853)
73,350 16,300
Malaysia 784,000 19,475 12,677 6,797
584 (G 380) (B 204)
17,527 3,895
Mali 227,000 5,639 3,671 1,968
169 (G 110) (B 59)
5,075 1,128
Malta 368,000 9,141 5,951 3,191
274 (G 179) (B 96)
8,227 1,828
Mauritania 4,000 99 65 35
3 (G 2) (B 1)
89 20
Mauritius 310,000 7,700 5,013 2,688
231 (G 150) (B 81)
6,930 1,540
Mexico 93,600,000 2,325,024 1,513,512 811,512
69,751 (G 45,405) (B 24,345)
2,092,522 465,005
Moldova 20,000 497 323 173
15 (G 10) (B 5)
447 99
Monaco 29,000 720 469 251
22 (G 14) (B 8)
648 144
Morocco 23,000 571 372 199
17 (G 11) (B 6)
514 114
Mozambique 4,314,000 107,160 69,757 37,402
3,215 (G 2,093) (B 1,122)
96,444 21,432
Myanmar 603,000 14,979 9,751 5,228
449 (G 293) (B 157)
13,481 2,996
Namibia 375,000 9,315 6,064 3,251
279 (G 182) (B 98)
8,384 1,863
Nepal 7,000 174 113 61
5 (G 3) (B 2)
156 35
Netherlands 5,042,000 125,243 81,529 43,714
3,757 (G 2,446) (B 1,311)
112,719 25,049
New Zealand 459,000 11,402 7,422 3,980
342 (G 223) (B 119)
10,261 2,280
Nicaragua 5,212,000 129,466 84,278 45,188
3,884 (G 2,528) (B 1,356)
116,519 25,893
Niger 16,000 397 259 139
12 (G 8) (B 4)
358 79
Nigeria 18,900,000 469,476 305,613 163,863
14,084 (G 9,168) (B 4,916)
422,528 93,895
Nigeria 17,906,000 444,785 289,540 155,245
13,344 (G 8,686) (B 4,657)
400,307 88,957
Norway 55,000 1,366 889 477
41 (G 27) (B 14)
1,230 273
Pakistan 1,191,000 29,584 19,258 10,326
888 (G 578) (B 310)
26,626 5,917
Palestine 83,000 2,062 1,342 720
62 (G 40) (B 22)
1,856 412
Panama 1,799,000 44,687 29,090 15,597
1,341 (G 873) (B 468)
40,218 8,937
Papua New Guinea 1,688,000 41,930 27,295 14,635
1,258 (G 819) (B 439)
37,737 8,386
Paraguay 5,239,000 130,137 84,715 45,422
3,904 (G 2,541) (B 1,363)
117,123 26,027
Peru 28,160,000 699,494 455,347 244,147
20,985 (G 13,660) (B 7,324)
629,545 139,899
Philippines 66,400,000 1,649,376 1,073,688 575,688
49,481 (G 32,211) (B 17,271)
1,484,438 329,875
Poland 36,900,000 916,596 596,673 319,923
27,498 (G 17,900) (B 9,598)
824,936 183,319
Portugal 9,457,000 234,912 152,920 81,992
7,047 (G 4,588) (B 2,460)
211,421 46,982
Puerto Rico 2,799,000 69,527 45,260 24,267
2,086 (G 1,358) (B 728)
62,574 13,905
Reunion 595,000 14,780 9,621 5,159
443 (G 289) (B 155)
13,302 2,956
Romania 1,875,000 46,575 30,319 16,256
1,397 (G 910) (B 488)
41,918 9,315
Russia 100,964,426 2,507,956 1,632,595 875,362
75,239 (G 48,978) (B 26,261)
2,257,161 501,591
Russian Federation 789,000 19,599 12,758 6,841
588 (G 383) (B 205)
17,639 3,920
Rwanda 4,133,000 102,664 66,831 35,833
3,080 (G 2,005) (B 1,075)
92,397 20,533
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 6,000 149 97 52
4 (G 3) (B 2)
134 30
Sao Tome and Principe 121,000 3,006 1,957 1,049
90 (G 59) (B 31)
2,705 601
Senegal 673,000 16,717 10,882 5,835
502 (G 326) (B 175)
15,046 3,343
Serbia & Montenegro 541,000 13,438 8,748 4,690
403 (G 262) (B 141)
12,095 2,688
Seychelles 70,000 1,739 1,132 607
52 (G 34) (B 18)
1,565 348
Sierra Leone 186,000 4,620 3,008 1,613
139 (G 90) (B 48)
4,158 924
Singapore 162,000 4,024 2,620 1,405
121 (G 79) (B 42)
3,622 805
Slovakia 3,942,000 97,919 63,742 34,177
2,938 (G 1,912) (B 1,025)
88,127 19,584
Slovenia 1,623,000 40,315 26,244 14,071
1,209 (G 787) (B 422)
36,284 8,063
Solomon Islands 91,000 2,260 1,471 789
68 (G 44) (B 24)
2,034 452
South Africa 35,066,269 871,046 567,022 304,025
26,131 (G 17,011) (B 9,121)
783,942 174,209
South Korea 4,377,000 108,725 70,776 37,949
3,262 (G 2,123) (B 1,138)
97,852 21,745
Spain 38,500,000 956,340 622,545 333,795
28,690 (G 18,676) (B 10,014)
860,706 191,268
Sri Lanka 1,364,000 33,882 22,056 11,826
1,016 (G 662) (B 355)
30,494 6,776
Sudan 4,019,000 99,832 64,987 34,845
2,995 (G 1,950) (B 1,045)
89,849 19,966
Swaziland 55,000 1,366 889 477
41 (G 27) (B 14)
1,230 273
Sweden 144,000 3,577 2,328 1,248
107 (G 70) (B 37)
3,219 715
Switzerland 3,186,000 79,140 51,518 27,623
2,374 (G 1,546) (B 829)
71,226 15,828
Syria 425,000 10,557 6,872 3,685
317 (G 206) (B 111)
9,501 2,111
Taiwan 303,000 7,527 4,900 2,627
226 (G 147) (B 79)
6,774 1,505
Tanzania 10,465,000 259,951 169,219 90,732
7,799 (G 5,077) (B 2,722)
233,956 51,990
Thailand 292,000 7,253 4,722 2,532
218 (G 142) (B 76)
6,528 1,451
Togo 1,483,000 36,838 23,980 12,858
1,105 (G 719) (B 386)
33,154 7,368
Tunisia 20,000 497 323 173
15 (G 10) (B 5)
447 99
Turkey 28,000 696 453 243
21 (G 14) (B 7)
626 139
Uganda 11,200,000 278,208 181,104 97,104
8,346 (G 5,433) (B 2,913)
250,387 55,642
Ukraine 4,766,000 118,387 77,066 41,321
3,552 (G 2,312) (B 1,240)
106,549 23,677
United Kingdom 4,351,578 107, 410 68,957 38,453
3,222 (G 2,003) (B 1,102)
96,669 21,482
Uruguay 2,315,000 57,505 37,434 20,071
1,725 (G 1,123) (B 602)
51,754 11,501
Venezula 24,815,000 616,405 401,259 215,146
18,492 (G 12,038) (B 6,454)
554,764 123,281
Vietnam 5,658,000 140,545 91,490 49,055
4,216 (G 2,745) (B 1,472)
126,490 28,109
Yemen 1,300,000 32,292 21,021 11,271
969 (G 631) (B 338)
29,063 6,458
Zambia 3,425,000 85,077 55,382 29,695
2,552 (G 1,661) (B 891)
76,569 17,015
Zimbabwe 1,282,000 31,845 20,730 11,115
955 (G 622) (B 333)
28,660 6,369


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At its peak the GCAC was creating:
1,014 instances of sexual abuse per day by Catholic priests globally
42 instances of sexual abuse per hour by Catholic priests globally
Current estimates indicate that the highest proportions of sexual abuses today are to be found in Asia and Africa.

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2023 Findings in Spain found that 0.6% of the population of Spain had been sexually abused by Roman Catholic priests and laity. Being a 2024 Catholic in today's real world

Current world population is 8 billion - 0.6% = 48 million alive today who are likely to have been raped by Catholics globally.

The church protected the perpetrators, not the victims

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"This is a matter for the church and I respect the internal judgements of the church. I don't stand outside the church and provide them with public lectures in terms of how they should behave. I've noted carefully what his Holiness has said in the United States. Obviously that was a source of great comfort and healing in the United States. I'm like all Australians very much looking forward to what the Pope has to say here in Australia as well, as I am to my own conversation with the Pope later this morning." Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister of Australia, 17 July 2008. more

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Wednesday, 22 June 2022 - I may not have this down syntax, word and letter perfect or with absolute precision in every aspect; however time and the evidence will show that I am closer to the truth than any religion has been or will likely be.
Let history be the standard by which that is measured.

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The Commissioner informs us that the clergy sexual abuse issue was all over and that it had only been a small statistical glitch around the year 2000. History shows this to have been a display of absolute ignorance on the issue ...

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Hegemony: The authority, dominance, and influence of one group, nation, or society over another group, nation, or society; typically through cultural, economic, or political means.

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