Part of managing this blog is checking on the dashboard to see if anyone is reading what I post. In some cases I can see the referrers that bring readers to my blog. Of interest on the list of referrers, in the last few days especially, is Behan Communications. Behan Communications is a Public Affairs,… Continue reading Intriguing Referrer
Those who still hold to the institutional Church as their source of emotional security may well bray about anti-Catholicism, media sensationalism and exaggeration of what they claim to be an aberration. Such responses are mindless but far worse, they inflict even more pain on the thousands whose lives have been violated.
The Foundation to Abolish Child Sex Abuse (FACSA) has issued an "Action Alert" to garner support for the NY Child Victims Act (NY Assembly Bill 2596). If you are a victim who was abused in New York (even if you are not a resident of that state), know someone that was or are just concerned… Continue reading Foundation to Abolish Child Sex Abuse (FACSA) Action Alert
The Survivor's Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) is staging an event in Albany, New York on June 2 at the State Capital. You do not need to be a resident of the Empire State to participate in this event. As a child I was brought to New York City by Father Gibson so… Continue reading SNAP Event in Albany, New York on 2 June 2009
Today was a great day! My oldest son graduated from college in New York this morning. On the scale of what is important in my life, this is about as good as it will ever be. So for now, I intend to enjoy this for a few days. I will get back to posting when… Continue reading Taking a short break
Kay Ebeling was recently fired from her position at LA City Buzz Examiner for pissing off the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Once again, a bunch of pedophile apologists/protectors were deeply wounded by a person asking hard questions. Poor babies! Personally, I think you deserve a medal for your struggle against the idiots that continue to… Continue reading Kay Ebeling is Back on City of Angels 5: Hope 2009
I am trying to work out where I want to go with this blog. Now that I am over 50 posts into this little exercise in free speech I am struggling with where to go next. I am trying to find out what I should be talking about and what voice I should use to… Continue reading Building an Online Community for Survivors of Clerical Sexual Abuse.