Archdiocese found compliant with charter for youth

The Archdiocese of Louisville has been found compliant once again with the “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” for the 2014-2015 audit period.

StoneBridge Business Partners of Rochester, N.Y., completed the audit on behalf of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Office of Child and Youth Protection in September.

This is the 12th time the archdiocese has been audited and found to be “compliant with all elements of the Charter, with no required changes,” Dr. Brian B. Reynolds, chancellor and chief administrative officer of the archdiocese, said in a statement Nov. 10.

“We continue to be firmly committed to ensuring our parishes and schools are safe environments for children and all parishioners by working to implement best practices in training, education, and conducting background checks and by requiring attention to our Code of Conduct,” Reynolds said.

Read Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz’s blog related to the new film “Spotlight” and sexual abuse.

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