In a way, Tamara, it doesn't matter. (Hear me out before you jump down my throat).
Having worked in health care, the basic approach we take to prevent the spread of infectious disease is Universal Precautions, that is, we treat everybody as though they are HIV infected or have Hepatitis C. We don't touch people without gloves on, we handle everyone's body fluids with gloves and splash masks, we dispose of all used sharps such as cannulas into special sharps disposal bins, etc.
This principle of "Universal Precautions" needs to also be applied in the Church. Confession should take place in a room within view (but not earshot) of others, Clergy should not see minors alone without other adults present, no one under the age of 18 should stay at any monastery overnight, men should not stay at female monasteries and women should not stay at male monasteries, the age old practice of having a chaperone present needs to be revived...
"Outing" and "naming" particular clergy and monasteries is not going to protect anyone from clergy who are not on abuser lists, but who are perpetrators of abuse. "Universal Precautions" however, can and do protect people.