Catholic archbishops say confessional laws make children 'less safe'

By Katie Burgess
July 11 2018 - 6:20am

Australia's most senior Catholic Church leaders have criticised new ACT laws that would force priests to break the seal of confession to report child abuse, saying the clause would make children "less safe".

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