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Education begins at orientation, where College staff members discuss the College’s policy prohibiting sexual assault and relationship violence, resources and safety.
Incoming students also participate in online programming that discusses the importance of understanding healthy relationships, definitions of prohibited behaviors and the intersection between alcohol and sexual assault.
“Informed by the presence of diverse interpretations of the human experience, Holy Cross seeks to build a community marked by freedom, mutual respect, and civility.” - Mission Statement, College of the Holy Cross Respect for, and obligation to, another individual is the foundation of healthy relationships and the key to prevention.
Consistent with this mission, the College of the Holy Cross provides prevention programming and educational opportunities throughout the year and throughout a student’s time at the College.
Sexual Misconduct is any intentional sexual touching of a person, however slight, with any object without effective consent.
Thomas Teczar shows that Bishop Rueger wrote to the bishop of Fort Worth, "Our diocesan attorney has advised that Father Teczar be incardinated immediately in the diocese of Fort Worth. Page, vicar general of the Worcester diocese, wrote to Bishop Reilly, then in charge of the diocese serving Norwich, Conn., "Father Teczar is a priest of this diocese.
In addition, students participate in other opportunities to raise their awareness of these issues and reduce risk, including Take Back the Night vigil, sponsored by the Women’s Forum, and R. New employees participate in sexual harassment prevention training, and all employees are offered training on the College’s policy prohibiting sexual misconduct.
In addition, through a variety of academic programs and departments, including the Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies concentration, the College offers numerous opportunities to learn from guest speakers on the topic of gender, including sexual assault, dating violence, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression and other gender/sex-related topics.
Monsignor Page also wrote Bishop Reilly that "Bishop Harrington says there has long been a cloud of suspicion over Tom.
Bishop Harrington knows a trail of damaged youngsters he left in one town. In that town, the police threatened to find a reason to arrest him if he returned there." Bishop Reilly declined to take on Rev.