I saw the CNN show, “What the Pope Knew.” It makes me think about the expression, ‘the reason people blame things on previous generations is that there’s only one other choice.’ We are responsible for our lives, our happiness. Being responsible means living with the ability to respond, the ability to adjust, the ability to [...]
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Posted in Uncategorized on Aug 5th, 2010
Stephen Sheehan is a founding member of the National Survivors’ Advocacy Coalition and editor of NCSAC newsletter. He spoke to me from the recent Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests conference.
JR: What is the National Survivors’ Advocacy Coalition?
SS: Our mission is to support survivors, primarily of clergy abuse in the Catholic Church, but anywhere [...]