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Moving from a perpetrating faith community to a healing faith community

A talk by Gerard J. McGlone, SJ, PhD, Katherine Marshall and Jennifer Wortham
Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University and Harvard

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A talk by Gerard J. McGlone, SJ, PhD with a response from Jennifer S. Wortham, Dr.PH and Katherine Marshall.

This presentation highlights both the dimensions and dynamics of a “perpetrating faith community” and also the dynamics of a healing faith community. It attempts to incorporate more recent data in the Sauvé Report, new changes in the Roman Catholic code of canon law, and the qualitative data of recent events highlighting male and female survivors’ stories held at Georgetown University.

After the presentation, join Fr. McGlone at the live Q&A panel.

Gerard J. McGlone, SJ, PhD

He is author of numerous peer-reviewed articles, chapters and 2 award winning books-the Inner life of Priests and To Be One in Christ: Intercultural Formation and Ministry and several sexual abuse prevention programs in the Church and religious orders.

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