West said, "I just felt I had a responsibility to you as a friend.I mean, thanks for being so cool about it." But Swift isn't feeling cool about any of it now.Overall, there were 1,880 alleged perpetrators identified: NSW (St Carthage's Parish Primary School Lismore, St Thomas More Primary School Campbelltown, Marist Bros Primary School Eastwood, Marist Sacred Hearts Mosman), QLD (St Augustine's Marist Brothers' College in Cairns), ACT (Marist College, Canberra)VIC (St Patrick's College — St Alipius Primary School Ballarat, St Vincent's Boys Orphanage in South Melbourne, Chanel College and St Augustine's Boys Home, Geelong), WA (Boys homes in Bindoon, Castledare, Clontarf, Tardun)VIC (St Josephs College Ferntree Gully, Rupertswood College Sunbury, Salesian College at Chadstone), NSW (Boys Town Sydney, St John Bosco College in Engadine), SA (Salesian College, Adelaide), WA (St Mark's College, Port Pirie)In the full report there are datasets that appear to show there is very little abuse happening in the last decade of survey — the 2000s.
This map shows the weighted average percentage of accused-perpetrator priests over 60 years.
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Ms Furness noted some institutions that had the lowest reports of abusers in their houses of worship.
Notably, the Sisters of Mercy Brisbane and the order founded by Saint Mary Mac Killop, Australia's only saint, had the lowest instances of reported abuse.