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Help Us Support the Sisters

Voice of the Faithful has joined a coalition of church reform organizations who are supporting the Nun Justice Project, an initiative through which anyone can show encouragement to women religious in the wake of the Vatican's recent mandate for reform of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious. Nun Justice Project initiatives and activities are being promoted primarily through the Nun Justice Project website

In Ireland -- A Call for an Open Church

Long active in Voice of the Faithful® in Ireland, Sean O’Conaill has this tag line at the bottom of his e-mails, “Now this Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom,” from 2 Cor. 3:17. This Scripture must have been on Sean’s mind as he attended “Towards an Assembly of the Irish Catholic Church” with about 1,000 other Catholics at Dublin’s Regency Hotel on Monday.

Voice of the Faithful National Statement -- Bishops Release 2011 Child Protection Audit; Continued Vigilance Necessary

NEWTON, Mass., May 3, 2012 – With no fanfare and practically no media coverage, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops released its 2011 child protection audit last month. Promoters of secrecy and cover-up of clergy sexual abuse in the Church might be rejoicing at this lack of attention, but Voice of the Faithful® sees it as an incitement to continued vigilance.

Voice Matters, Spring 2012, VOTF's Newsletter for Members Worldwide

Voice of the Faithful® has published its spring 2012 issue of Voice Matters, VOTF's semiannual newsletter for its members worldwide. This issue includes an interview with new VOTF president Mark Mullaney, an update on VOTF's bishop selection initiative activities, a run-down of VOTF's 10th Year Conference that takes place in Boston this September, and a story about SNAP's efforts to fend off attempts by courts in Kansas City and St.