The Clergy Abuse lawsuit refers to legal actions taken by individuals who have experienced sexual abuse at the hands of members of the clergy, such as priests, pastors, or religious leaders. These lawsuits typically involve allegations of sexual misconduct, exploitation, or assault by individuals in positions of religious authority. The lawsuits often claim that religious institutions, such as churches or religious orders, were negligent in preventing or addressing the abuse and in protecting victims. Plaintiffs seek compensation for the physical, emotional, and psychological trauma they have endured due to the abuse. These lawsuits have highlighted instances of abuse within religious organizations, sparked discussions about accountability, transparency, and the need for reforms within these institutions, and have resulted in significant legal and financial consequences for some religious organizations. Below you will find a collection of news articles on this topic.