Here’s a look back at last year on Catholics4Change.
Visitors came from 131 countries. Thank you for stopping by and referring our site to others.
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We’d also like to thank Joan for the most comments this past year. Her contributions were as informative as they were passionate. Beth, Had It Catholic and Survivor’s Wife you were also in our top five. The comments section is what makes C4C so special. We are very grateful for everyone’s input.
2012 was a professionally and personally challenging year for me. I could always count on Kathy Kane to keep things on track. There is no finer mother, friend or colleague.
Msgr. Lynn’s trial changed me at my very core. For me, evil is no longer abstract. I will never forget the victims on the witness stand and in the courtroom. Because of them, I still have faith in human strength and goodness. I know we can prevent others from facing this pain.
If you are a victim who does not wish to pursue legal action but would like to prevent harm to other children, please consider giving an anonymous tip to the District Attorney’s office. Please help remove predator priests from ministry. Information is available on our Resources page.
In 2013, Kathy and I promise to keep you informed on clergy child sex abuse and related issues. We hope this knowledge inspires readers to take action to bring justice to victims, prevent future abuse and expose cover ups. Please share your ideas on this post. While so much was accomplished this past year, there is a long way to go in 2013.