Survivors of clergy abuse to respond to Vatican summit press conference Monday

Group to discuss the role of survivors in the summit.

WHAT
Survivors of clergy sexual abuse from around the world who are in Rome for this week’s papal summit will be responding immediately after a Vatican press conference Monday morning.  The Vatican is expected to finally announce the agenda of the summit, meetings with survivors and expectations concerning its outcome.

 

WHEN
Monday, February 18, immediately following an 11:30a.m. Vatican press conference.

WHERE
Outside the Vatican Press Building, Sala Stampa della Santa Sede, Via della Conciliazione, 54, 00120 Città del Vaticano RM

WHO
Founding members from Ending Clergy Abuse (ECAglobal.org) an international association of prominent survivors of clergy abuse and activists.

For all of ECA’s public actions, visit our website link: https://www.ecaglobal.org/eca-activities-rome-2019/

CONTACT
Peter Isely (US Spokesperson/ECA Founding Member)
Email:peterisely@gmail.com
Tel: +1414-429-7259 (English)

Dr. Denise Buchanan (ECA Founding/Board Member)
Email: denise@ecaglobal.org
Tel: +1310-980-2770 (English)

Simone Padovani (ECA Founding Member)
Email: simon.padovani@gmail.com
Tel: +393921454211 (English, Italian, Spanish)

Tim Law (President ECA Founding/Board Member)
Email: timalaw@aol.com
Tel: +1206.412.0165 (English)

Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA) is a worldwide leadership organization of survivors of clergy abuse and human rights activists. Its mission is to compel the Roman Catholic Church to end clergy abuse, protect children, and seek justice for victims. ECA assembly members represent over 21 countries from 6 continents. https://www.ecaglobal.org @ENDCLERGYABUSE https://www.facebook.com/ENDCLERGYABUSE/   – contactus@ecaglobal.org

 

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