Climate change, it’s worse than we originally thought. I’m reading “Hot, Flat, and Crowded,” by Thomas Friedman and I can’t help thinking of the parallels to the epidemic of sexual abuse of children. It’s worse than we originally thought. And when it comes to religious authority sexual abuse (RASA), there are parallels to how those [...]
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It is Lent, a time where we might consider death and new life, perhaps death of denial and the new life of advocacy breakthroughs .
It may seem that institutional denial its consequences are alive and strong all over the world: Malta, Australia, Chile, and Ireland. We see steps of accountability in the institutionalized cover up [...]