How Nate Lindstrom's death by suicide spurred a push for more accountability on clergy sexual abuse

By the time he was in his mid-30s, several years after he confided to his family that he'd been the victim as a teenager of sexual abuse by three priests, Nate Lindstrom was "really falling apart" mentally and emotionally, according to his parents. So they turned to the Norbertines, a Catholic religious order in Wisconsin.