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June 27, 2010

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Bob Schwiderski

How dare the police take the phone away from a cardinal -- boy they really think they are important -- I hope law enforcement around the world follows this example of "getting the truth."

mike ference


Every day brings new evidence that we no longer live in a civilized and principled society. The worst part, it usually concerns another case of sexual misconduct involving a Catholic priest, young children and a church hierarchy that helped to cover up the case. The Catholic clergy sex abuse scandal continues to spiral out of control from one country to the next; while the pope still refuses to solve the problem.
Mike Ference has been an advocate for clergy sex abuse survivors for over 21 years. He has written about the problem and works with clergy abuse families in Pennsylvania and across the United States helping victims work through the corrupt bureaucratic maize of injustice. He attributes much of the problem to corrupt leaders in government, organized crime and Catholic Church hierarchy more concerned about power and money than the salvation of souls.
Mike can be reached at 412-233-5491 or email him at mike@ferencemarketing.com

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