The Catholic church has a special relationship with minor parishioners who are in its custody and control when attending catechism classes or other church-sponsored programs, on church premises or elsewhere.  The Rowland factors provide no reason to immunize the church from owing a duty of care to protect such parishioners from sexual abuse by priests or other church employees.  That type of harm was reasonably foreseeable particularly since the church had received many complaints about sexual abuse by 1985.