All Survivors Day Nov. 3, 2019

November 3, 2019. #AllSurvivorsDay  

SNAP organized a protest on November 3, 2019 to mark international All Survivors’ Day. The day is marked across the world for those who are victims and survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

In one of the protests in Louisiana,  SNAP protesters were asking “Louisiana State Attorney General Jeff Landy to take creative and extraordinary action and measures to assist our surviving victims and survivors, so that they may know justice administered, and appealing to Governor John Bel Edwards to direct the Louisiana State Police to conduct a statewide investigation into the continued coverup of the Catholic Church in the State of Louisiana.” More here…

Also in Connecticut, The Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence and the Survivor Network of those […]

2019-11-05T03:55:23+00:00November 5th, 2019|0 Comments

ECA October Newsletter

OCTOBER 2019. Highlight: Five Catholic Bishops attended a screening of the documentary, PREY, after being invited by groups representing victims of sexual abuse by priests on Thursday September 26, 2019 in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. ‘PREY’ Trailer: “Director Matt Gallagher says it was an ’emotional’ experience taking on this documentary.”

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http://archive.aweber.com/awlist4986531/E8R.h/h/ECA_GLOBAL_NEWS_ECA_OCTOBER.htm

2019-11-05T03:30:59+00:00November 5th, 2019|0 Comments

Joint Letter to Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris

August 1, 2019.

SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests.

PO Box 56539 | Saint Louis MO, 63156.

Ending Clergy Abuse Global.

5017 37TH Avenue SW | Seattle, WA 98126.

Dear Senator Harris,

As leaders of two of the United States’ foremost groups dealing with the issue of clergy sex abuse, we stand together in order to support survivors of clerical abuse and to advocate for change that prevents future cases of abuse from ever occurring in the first place. Together we work with and represent thousands of clerical abuse survivors across the United States and the world.

We are writing to you because we want to secure a meeting with you soon to discuss the issue of clergy abuse and what you can do as president to help our cause. As one of the […]

2019-08-25T16:51:01+00:00August 25th, 2019|0 Comments

Sweeping up the Church

Saturday June 29. News from Switzerland.

Rassemblement à Berne contre les abus sexuels dans l’Eglise

https://www.rts.ch/info/suisse/10542771-rassemblement-a-berne-contre-les-abus-sexuels-dans-l-eglise.html

Environ 150 personnes ont manifesté samedi à Berne contre les abus sexuels dans l’Eglise catholique-romaine. Pour montrer symboliquement qu’il est temps pour le Vatican de faire le ménage, les participants avaient amené un balai.
Le rassemblement a été organisé par une alliance contre les abus dans l’Eglise. Les participants ont notamment demandé que le droit pénal ecclésiastique soit complété: tout abus sexuel devrait être punissable et puni de manière cohérente, et pas seulement ceux envers des enfants.
De plus, les victimes devraient pouvoir consulter les dossiers et des centres de conseil indépendants devraient être créés.
Première manifestation du genre
Ces demandes devraient être remises à la mi-août, avec une pétition, au nonce apostolique à Berne, qui représente le Vatican en […]

2019-07-03T07:40:43+00:00July 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

Pope Francis issues new church law on abuse and cover-up with little if no changes in current law.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 9, 2019

Pope Francis issues new church law on abuse and cover-up with little if no changes in current law.

Law allows bishops to keep child abusers in ministry with no  consequences for bishops that cover. up sex crimes

Statement by Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA)

CONTACT

Peter Isely, Founding Member, ECA United States +1414.429.7259/ peterisely@gmail.com

Today Pope Francis issued a new church law which appears to be designed to make no significant or meaningful change in how bishops and the Vatican deal with cases of child sex crimes by priests, will leave potentially thousands of known abusers in ministry, and will have no consequences for bishops who cover up for abusers or do not report […]

2019-05-09T17:44:58+00:00May 9th, 2019|0 Comments

New legislation to modify Papal Concordat to be presented today

New legislation to modify Papal Concordat to be presented today

Global groups fighting clergy abuse support Argentine survivors at the Congress  

Bill would prevent Argentine bishops and the Vatican from using the Concordat to prevent justice for survivors, withhold documents and evidence in criminal and civil cases brought by victims

Where: Chamber of Deputies of the National Congress, Rivadavia 1864, C1033AAV CABA

When: 15:30pm on May 8, 2019

Who:
Dr. Juan Pablo Gallego, Criminal lawyer and advisor of the Honorable Senate of the Nation
Members of two survivor groups in Argentina: Iglesia Sin Abusos and Adultxs por los Derechos de la Infancia
Founding Members of ECA (Ending Clergy Abuse)

Why:  Two global groups fighting abuse in the church and Argentine survivors of clergy abuse are supporting a new legislative initiative to amend the Papal […]

2019-05-08T13:33:25+00:00May 8th, 2019|0 Comments

Letter to Pope Francis from Survivors in Argentina

May 7, 2019

His Holiness, Pope Francis
Apostolic Palace
00120 Vatican City.

Dear Pope Francis,

We are survivors of rape and sexual assault as children by priests of Argentina.  We are your fellow citizens of Argentina.

For six long years we have been waiting for you to return home to us and fulfill your promise to us.  We are waiting for zero tolerance for abuse and cover-ups in Argentina.

When you left our country to become Pope you left us behind. You left behind the many priests who harmed us in our country’s churches and schools.  You left behind bishops and church officials who have covered up these terrible crimes.

To our sorrow and confusion, for six years you have refused to acknowledge our existence, reach out to us, or talk with us.  […]

2019-05-07T13:33:35+00:00May 7th, 2019|0 Comments

Pope Francis will not come to Argentina so Argentine survivors will go to him.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 7, 2019.

Pope Francis will not come to Argentina so Argentine survivors will go to him.

New organization of Argentine survivors intends to send a delegation to Rome, led by deaf survivors of Mendoza and La Plata.

Pope said today he does not intend to return to Argentina.

Survivors will be asking Argentine papal ambassador to Rome to arrange the meeting.

Who:  Leaders of groups of Argentine survivors of clergy sexual abuse and a leader who launched a new Argentine organization of survivors this Sunday. They will be joined by global leaders from Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA).

Where:
Institute for deaf children Antonio Provolo. Calle 25 corner 47 La Plata.

When:  Tuesday 7/5/19 12:00 hrs.

What:  Leaders who are survivors of clergy sexual abuse will release and discuss a letter from Argentine survivors to […]

2019-05-07T05:01:34+00:00May 7th, 2019|0 Comments
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