On 14 June, 2021 the CCP’s Scientific Advisory Board, which has accompanied and guided our academic endeavors over the past ten years, had its last meeting before the Centre becomes an Institute. Fr. Nuno da Silva Gonçalves, Rector of the Gregorian, expressed his gratitude to the current board members, Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, Dr. Sheila the […]
News about the Scientific Advisory Board – their meetings and activities – falls under this category.
On 9 February, the CCP Diploma Course Graduation Ceremony took place at the Pontifical Gregorian University. We are happy to share with you the text of the homily offered by Msgr. Peter Beer, Vicar General (Munich). Click here to download the pdf. On that occasion, Fr Hans Zollner SJ, President of the CCP, officially announced […]
On 26 January the CCP Scientific Advisory Board met at the Pontifical Gregorian University.
On Saturday, 4th of November, Prof. Stephen J. Rossetti from the Catholic University of America has given a study day on “Understanding and working with perpetrators of abuse”, which was organized by Dr. Katharina Fuchs. About 65 students of the CCP Diploma Course and of the Institute of Psychology attended the very insightful presentation and […]
Today the second CCP Scientific Advisory Board meeting of 2017 took place at the Gregorian University. The Agenda obviously included the forthcoming #ChildDignity Congress! Please click here to know more about the SAB members.
‘El celibato no es la causa de los abusos sexuales de curas‘ Lo dice Stephen Rossetti, investigador de casos de violencia contra niños en la Iglesia católica. Haga clic aquí para leer la entrevista.
Work in progress at the CCP: Meeting of the Scientific Advisory Board and Visit of Prof. Delphine Collin-Vézina
The CCP Scientific Advisory Board met at 13.00 yesterday in the CCP office (Rome). Present at the meeting were: Prof. Sheila the Baroness Hollins – Chair (via Zoom) Msgr. Dr. Dr. Peter Beer (via Zoom) Prof. Dr. Delphine Collin-Vézina Prof. Dr. Gabriel Dy-Liacco (via Zoom) Mons. Prof. Dr. Stephen Rossetti (via Zoom)