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For those who, like I, missed the recent Canadian airing of the documentary  Mea Maxima Culpa:  Silence in the House of God, it can can be viewed online in its entirety until around mid March 2013.  Click here to access the CBC site.

Thank you to the reader who brought this to my attention 🙂  All being well I will watch it tonight.

Enough for now,


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2 Responses to View documentary online

  1. Bernadette says:

    I saw the program on Sunday evening and look forward to your thoughts on it as well as the article I sent today.

  2. Lina says:

    This brilliant documentary: Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God is so informative and can be a great educational tool.

    Special thanks to those brave deaf survivors of clergy abuse got their stories told. This is pure determination on their part. Bravo!

    I knew about the connection between the late John Paul II and J. Ratzinger on these cover-ups. These men KNEW what was happening but their hard core supporters were still determine to give these men a free pass about their part in the worldwide crimes. It’s like they must have had a good reason to keep it secret and buried. So shameful and so nauseating.

    There is no way I would acknowledge Pope John Paul II as a saint.

    I will not be surprise to see more men leave the priesthood and many other men not even enter the priesthood.

    There is a part of me that wants to just shout out to the Roman Catholic hierarchy and to all the Catholic clergy that you are so, so BUSTED guys!

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