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A beloved religious institution whose main mission is saving souls may need a little saving of its own. #stopabuse

Ruben Rosario: To regain trust, Twin Cities archdiocese will have to come clean

TwinCities.com
Pioneer Press columnist Ruben Rosario. (Pioneer Press: Ben Garvin) "Hide the truth and you hide Christ" -- A popular Greek saying. It was 2002. A publicly embarrassing clergy child sex-abuse scandal was unfolding in a large city on the East Coast. Take a wild guess which one. It wasn't long before Jonathan Bernstein's phone rang. Bernstein…Read More
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Church plan excludes 80 percent of the 575 victims who filed cases #stopabuse

Clergy sexual assault survivors to hold memorial vigil outside of Archbishop Listecki’s “Mass of Atonement” « SNAP Wisconsin

Clergy sexual assault survivors to hold memorial vigil outside of Archbishop Listecki’s “Mass of Atonement” SNAPwisconsin.com  Clergy sexual assault survivors to hold memorial vigil outside of Archbishop Listecki’s “Mass of Atonement”  Survivors say that Listecki’s bankruptcy reorganization plan is “profoundly unrepentant” for…Read More
Stop Abuse Campaign
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Is this the same church that is fighting justice for their abuse victims?

A Church So Poor It Has to Close Schools, Yet So Rich It Can Build a Palace

MICHAEL POWELL
KEARNY, N.J. — Mater Dei Academy sits shuttered, blue drapes pulled across its windows, atop a hill in this working-class city. From its steps, you can peer across the mist-shrouded expanse of the Meadowlands to the distant spires of Manhattan. For generations, this blond brick Catholic elementary school tossed a lifeline to the immigrants who,…Read More
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Blessed are the zealots.

Founder of SNAP still seeks justice

Toledo Blade
Published: 12/19/2013 - Updated: 1 week ago COMMENTARY Founder of SNAP still seeks justice BY KEITH C. BURRISCOLUMNIST FOR THE BLADE This week, I met a courageous woman. She lives in Chicago now, but she comes from Toledo: Barbara Blaine. She is founder and president of SNAP — Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests. Back in 1985, as a…Read More
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