Memory, Statute of Limitations, and Justice Commentary Submitted to Pioneer Press by the Catholic Defense League August 1, 2014 Debra O’Connor’s 7/21/2014 article “In Ventura's defamation case, eyewitness memories on trial, too” shed light on a topic that should be considered well beyond the Ventura defamation trial. At issue was
What part of 'YES' does Jeff Anderson not understand? FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 13, 2014 CONTACT: Marlene Reid 651-788-9138 What part of “YES” do Attorney Jeff Anderson and his media henchmen not understand? In reading the deposition Attorney Jeff Anderson conducted with Archbishop Robert Carlson of St. Louis regarding clergy
Ham Lake Talk Sets Aside Discord to Heal a Hurting Catholic Church The thick manila envelope landed in Bob Schwiderski’s mailbox in March. He tore it open — and found something he’d never seen in his 25 years advocating for victims of clergy abuse. Inside were 20 notes of support
David Strom: Catholic guilt? By David Strom, Catholic Defense League spokesman twincities.com 04/17/2014 The past few months have been especially frustrating for many Catholics. On the one hand, it is indisputable that some priests have committed evil deeds and some Church officials have failed in their duty to protect parishioners.
Clergy Sex Victims File International Criminal Court Complaint Case Charges Vatican Officials with ‘Crimes Against Humanity’
Clergy Sex Victims File International Criminal Court Complaint Case Charges Vatican Officials with ‘Crimes Against Humanity’ A survivor-led support group for clergy sex abuse victims today formally urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor to investigate the Vatican for crimes against humanity. Leaders of SNAP, the Survivors Network of those