A commission at the University of Gonzaga, a Jesuit institution in the state of Washington, recently launched a 46-page report on how the institution should advance in response to the Roman Catholic Crisis of Sexual Abuse Crisis.

The report describes a series of recommendations that the University, which has been directly involved in the crisis, must take in response, including the development of new academic initiatives, establishing a memorial, reviewing policies related to assault Sexual on campus and increased dissemination and support for tribal communities and native students in recognition of the fact that "in the regional context of Gonzaga, the history of Catholic sexual abuse has disproportionately damaged native communities."

The document also suggests ways in which the university can work with sponsorship leadership. Jesuit order to address "trust fractures".

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