April 12, 2010
When the clergy sexual abuse crisis exploded in the United States, most Vatican officials and European churchmen considered it an American problem. Then when Canada and Ireland experienced a similar crisis, it became an “English speaking” problem. Rather than seeing the crisis in the United
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An Analogy That Hurts Wow! Your editorial “Toyota in Reverse” (3/22) could serve as an analogy to the issues with our institutionalized Catholic Church and its structure. Just substitute church, clergy, bishops and hierarchy for Toyota, executives and the like and you have a pertinent de