Voice of the Faithful® has issued a statement showing how recent revelations of child sexual abuse and cover-up in the Roman Catholic Church in Australia and in the Boy Scouts of America show the depth and breadth of this continuing worldwide perversion and scandal.
NEWTON, Mass., Oct. 19, 2012 – Recent revelations of child sexual abuse and cover-up in the Roman Catholic Church in Australia and the Boy Scouts of America show the depth and breadth of this continuing worldwide perversion and scandal, according the Church reform movement Voice of the Faithful®.
"Voice of the Faithful: A Retrospective" premiered at our 10th Year Conference. Here's a glimpse of the voices who spoke about who we are and why we are.
Noted director Vincent Rocchio of Da Vinci Consulting pulled together interviews, news headlines, photos, and VOTF notes from our past 10 years to create this moving 20-minute retrospective.
NEWTON, Mass., Oct. 1, 2012 – Recent exposing of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s financial woes (see “Archdiocese of Phila. in serious financial shape – and so are its parishes,” Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 30, 2012) underscores the Roman Catholic Church reform movement Voice of the Faithful’s long-time calls for more transparency and accountability in parish and diocesan finances.
Prof. Tom Groome from Boston College spoke at our conference on "the best about being Catholic." This 6-minute excerpt is part of the Conference DVD set, which covers all the speakers and events of our 10th Year Conference.
"Ten years have passed since clergy sexual abuse became an unwelcome mark of shame on the Catholic Church, disgracing its bishops and transforming the laity's understanding of their identity as Catholics. As with the recent Penn State scandal, American Catholics have insisted that clergy sexual abuse does not define who we are, nor what our Church believes.