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Environment training was also provided to 166,311 educators, 37,952 priests, 15,669
deacons and 6,228 candidates for ordination. These people were also trained to
recognize the behaviors of offenders and what to do about it. For more information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.
On Child Sexual Abuse
The following are resources dioceses/eparchies may find useful in making the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People part of what we do as Church.
To Learn More About Efforts to Protect Children, Link to Your Diocese/Eparchy
Dioceses/eparchies can voluntarily use these resources to help their parishes assist overseas partners in better protecting children and healing survivors of abuse.
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