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Vulnerability and Victims of Clergy Abuse: Lessons from the Pandemic

by | May 19, 2020 | Formation, Reflections | 0 comments

“As we continue our journey of healing and transforming the Church to the words and witness of Christ, both clergy sexual abuse and COVID-19 have become a part of our DNA.

No treatment after the trauma is enough.”

Sr. Nuala Kenny, SC, MD reflects on the Vulnerability and victims of clergy abuse: lessons from the pandemic in the article she wrote for La Croix International. Click here to view: Vulnerability and Victims of Clergy Abuse: Lessons from the Pandemic

Nuala Kenny is a Sister of Charity in Halifax, Nova Scotia and a pediatrician. An officer of the Order of Canada since 1999, she has published several books, including Healing the Church (Novalis, 2012) and Rediscovering the Art of Dying (2017). She is co-author of Still Unhealed: Treating the Pathology in the Clergy Sexual Abuse Crisis (Novalis and Twenty-Third Publications, 2019).



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