The final 11 files were made public eight years after the Archdiocese of Los Angeles paid $660 million to settle hundreds of sex abuse claims.
Victims of alleged sex abuse by Catholic priests were expected to distribute leaflets Thursday outside of the Leisure World retirement community.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles has said the names of church leaders who made key decisions on how to deal with cases of sexual abuse by priests will not be blacked out in some 30,000 soon-to-be-released pages of confidential personnel files.
Following a deadly shooting and a police chase that ended with two innocent people –including an 11-year-old boy — losing their lives, community and religious leaders Sunday asked for an end of violence in Pasadena.
Thousands of confidential religious files documenting sexual abuse among clergy members in the Roman Catholic church were made public on Wednesday.