Casa Pia Atlético Clube is a professional football team in LigaPro founded in 1920 and based in Lisbon, Portugal. The club is named after Casa Pia, a Portuguese children's charity, and many of its athletes come from that institution.
This article refers to the institution. For the child abuse scandal, see Casa Pia child sexual abuse scandal.
The Casa Pia child sexual abuse scandal was a case of child sexual abuses involving a number of children and employees at Casa Pia, a Portuguese state-run institution for the education and support of poor children and under-age orphans. Portuguese Judiciary Police officials estimate that more than 100 boys and girls of the 4,600 pupils enrolled in Casa Pia at the time, including some deaf and mute, may have been sexually abused throughout several decades.
Casa Pia and College of the Orphans of Saint Joachim is a Roman Catholic church, school, and orphanage in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. It was constructed as a Jesuit novitiate in the early 18th century.
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Casa Padre is a shelter for unaccompanied or separated immigrant minors in custody of the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement, a division of Health & Human Services, located in Brownsville, Texas. The building was formerly a Walmart store.
The Casa Pia's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of Casa Pia's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!