Voice of the Faithful® lauds move toward “complete disclosure…as to the reality of the sexual abuse of children and minors by clergy, religious or church workers"
Efforts by lawyers for accused priests seeking to force SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) into revealing confidential emails, other correspondance, media contacts, and the names of survivors from records accumulated over the past 23 years continues.
NEWTON, Mass., Mar. 13, 2012 – Church reform movement Voice of the Faithful stood with SNAP (Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests) during a press conference in Washington, D.C., today, as SNAP continues its efforts against forceful disclosure of confidential information about sexual abuse victims.
Really. Well, you and several dozen other VOTF members. In our 10th year, we want you, our members, to tell the VOTF story. We have all heard what others say and write about us. But the most eloquent stories have always come from you. We would like to share those stories, so as part of our 10th year activities, we invite you to write the book on VOTF.
NEWTON, Mass., Mar. 9, 2012 – The Roman Catholic Church reform movement Voice of the Faithful sees a clear victory for the lay voices in our Church in the Vatican’s reversal earlier this week of church closings in the Cleveland Diocese.