Pain Multiplied

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/24/opinion/letters/catholic-church-abuse.html Combine all the letters to all the editors around the world and you'd have a chronicle of unspeakable and seemingly endless pain and misery. I'm glad the New York Times isn't letting their readers forget the enormity of this problem.

Catholics4Change Moderates Survivor Options Webinar Monday

The day began with the Pennsylvania Senate pushing a vote on a civil Statute of Limitations window into the next term, but it ends with a sweeping Federal investigation of the Pennsylvania Catholic Church. There's room for hope that justice will no longer be denied – only delayed. With that in mind, Catholics4Change is participating … Continue reading Catholics4Change Moderates Survivor Options Webinar Monday

Survivors No Longer Walking Thin Line

In the wake of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report on clergy child sex abuse, 900 survivors have called a hotline launched by the attorney general's office. PA Clergy Abuse Hotline: 888-538-8541 For many, that call was the first time they shared their abuse. I vividly remember the first time our pediatrician went over good touch/bad touch … Continue reading Survivors No Longer Walking Thin Line

Claims that Vatican and Pope Knew of Clergy Abuse Cover Up Emerge

"The Vatican knew of a cover-up involving abusive priests, Pennsylvania AG says," by Holly Yan, CNN, August 28, 2018 "Pope Francis Long Knew of Cardinal's Abuse and Must Resign, Archbishop says," by Jason Horowitz, The New York Times, August 26, 2018 Does anyone believe that the Pope didn't know? Clearly many in Ireland believe he … Continue reading Claims that Vatican and Pope Knew of Clergy Abuse Cover Up Emerge