Responding to the Abuse Summit – 2
Posted on 28. Mar, 2019, in Christian Values, Conflict, CrimeNo Comments
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Theologian – Gerry O’Hanlon
In this second part on responding to the Abuse Summit, theologian Gerry O’Hanlon looks at whether there will be any concrete changes coming out from the summit.
He holds that openness and a willingness to listen is, ”part of a necessary process that the Church is going through, so much better than the denial of the past”. He believes that the Church as an institution has learnt lessons, and that into the future, it will be a place worldwide, where children are safe and protected. Pat Coyle asks him about whether the summit will lead to any concrete resolutions.
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