This video from Australia says about itself:
27 February 2013
Former monk and priest, and now advocate for victims of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church, Patrick J Wall, says sexual abuse of children has been part of the culture of the Catholic Church as far back as 60 AD and despite constant attempts by the Popes to curtain the problem, it has never been snuffed out.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Abuse by nuns recognized less often
Update: Tuesday 22 April 2014, 12:33
Sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic Church by women is recognized relatively less often than abuse by men. The commission for reporting sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic Church received a total of 59 complaints. In 8 of the 22 completed cases so far, the complaint was upheld.
Half of all cases involved just one perpetrator. The hotline says that makes it more difficult to decide in these cases. Among the victims were not only boys and girls but also other nuns.
Given the large number of women in the church, they have caused relatively few casualties, said the hotline.