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York Daily Record Exposes 15 Accused Priest Abusers

Excerpt: A list of 15 priests, compiled by the York Daily Record, was provided to the diocese on June 14. On July 21, after multiple requests by the Daily Record, the diocese responded to each name on the list. It is believed to be the first time the Harrisburg diocese has confirmed a list of accused priests, including […]

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Breaking News: Lynn Released

Click here to read/watch about Msgr. William Lynn’s release on bail.

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Join Rep. Rozzi Monday to Address Callous Church Leaders

WHAT: Rep. Mark Rozzi to address church leaders callous disregard for victims at Monday news conference WHEN: Monday, July 18, 2016, 1:30 PM WHERE: Outside front entrance, Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, 1723 Race St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Directions – Nearby Parking CONTACT: Charlie Vaihinger House Democratic Communications Office Phone: 717-787-7895 Email: Cvaihinger@pahouse.net […]

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A Must-Read for Every Pa. Senator

by Rich Green What happened to my constitutional rights? I was just a little kid (beginning at around 7-years-old and continued until I was nearly 15). I was raped! I was physically, psychologically, and sexually tortured by grown men who were entrusted to protect me, not abuse me! The only real justice in this life […]

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Urgent: Call Pa. Senators Now

Provided by FASCA – Foundation to Abolish Child Sex Abuse If you ever wanted to do something to support victims of child sex abuse, protect children and expose hidden predators, IT IS NOW! HB 1947 was brutally amended by the PA Senate Judiciary Committee today. It went to the full Senate today and was referred to […]

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Pa. Senate Strips Child Sex-Abuse Bill

Click here to read: “Pa. Sent committee votes to alter controversial child sex-abuse law,” by Maria Panaritis, The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 28, 2016 Excerpt: By a near unanimous vote, the Judiciary Committee passed an amendment that bars the law from being applied retroactively, a move that would have enabled lawsuits by victims who were abused as […]

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St. John Vianney: Sins of Omission or Downright Deception?

BY KATHY KANE Many people believe that the legislative battle in Pennsylvania right now is a matter of money. The belief that victims want civil suits for financial compensation and that the Church wants to protect its finances. What many do not realize is that victims/survivors often seek to bring civil suits for the truth […]

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Local Christian Leaders Support HB 1947

Click here to read: “Applauding local religious leaders for acknowledging ‘a great sin,’” by the Lancaster Online Editorial Board, June 20, 2016 Excerpt: Earlier this month, Lancaster County religious leaders from a mix of Christian denominations added their names to a letter to the state Senate Judiciary Committee. They urged quick passage in the Senate of […]

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Key Points From Senate SOL Reform Bill Hearing

Click here to read: “Arguments on constitutionality: The main points point out of Senate hearing on statute of limitations reform bill,” by Ivey DeJesus, PennLive.com June 13, 2016 Excerpt: The hearing, which featured five expert witnesses, only one testifying in support of the bill, focused on the constitutionality of the bill, which would impose look-back […]

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Chaput’s Strategy Backfires

Click here to read: “Philly Archdiocese’s push against bill reminds councilman of ‘Spotlight,’” by Daniel Craig, Philly Voice, June 2016   Click to see video of Bill Greenlee On Reports of Church Retaliation Against Legislators Click here to read: “Child rapists deserve no safe harbor,”  by Nick Miccarelli, Times Guest Columnist, June 8, 2016, DelcoTimes.com. Excerpt:  I […]

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