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Prayer for Healing and Protection - April 14, 2015


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Did You Know?
Published 5/4/2015
Adults are responsible for reporting abuse
When any adult has reason to suspect that a child is being or has been abused, he or she has a moral (and often legal) responsibility to report suspicions to civil authorities. Reporting suspected abuse takes courage. Adults who take a stand for children and make the call are often responsible for saving a child from terrible torment. Learn more about how to identify and report suspected abuse by reading chapter 9.8.1 of the Administrative Handbook for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Go to: http://handbook.la-archdiocese.org/chapter-9/section-9-8/topic-9-8-1
Los adultos son responsables de reportar el abuso
Cuando cualquier adulto en nuestra comunidad sospecha de que un menor esté siendo o haya sido abusado, tiene la obligación moral (y muchas veces también legal) de reportar su sospecha a las autoridades civiles. Reportar una sospecha de abuso exige valentía. Sin embargo, cuando un adulto toma esta decisión y hace el reporte, con frecuencia salva a un menor de un tormento terrible. Para saber más cómo identificar y reportar sospechas de abuso, lea el capítulo 9.8.1 del manual administrativo de la Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles. El manual lo puede encontrar aquí: http://handbook.la-archdiocese.org/chapter-9/section-9-8/topic-9-8-1
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