Free Webinar: How & Why the Laity Must Respond to the Current Church Crisis

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Free Webinar! Wednesday, August 22nd 11am-Noon ET

Join Teresa Tomeo with guests

Dr. Janet Smith

The Father Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. Author, editor or contributor to various works on Life Issues, Bioethics, Humanae Vitae, Same S-x Attraction, and Catholic Moral Theology.

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Faith Hakesley Johnston

A survivor of priest abuse. She was one of several abuse victims who met privately with Pope Benedict XVI during his trip to Washington, D.C.

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This has been a summer of suffering for the Catholic Church. The faithful were still reeling from the shocking revelations regarding Archbishop Theodore McCarrick when just weeks later they were dealt another massive blow through the release of a lengthy and horrific Grand Jury report dealing with decades of abuse cases in several Pennsylvania dioceses.

In this upcoming webcast, Teresa Tomeo will provide an update on this developing story including an examination of the recent Grand Jury report. In interviews with Church experts and those close to the investigations, Teresa will also focus on the importance of lay involvement including:

  • Guidelines for writing local and national Church leaders.
  • Suggestions for ways to raise awareness at the parish and diocesan level.
  • Examples of particular saints who dealt directly with abuse and corruption at the highest levels of the Church.
  • A look at why the role of the laity must be a top priority in promoting permanent change.
  • And much more.

Register Now!

This registration allows you to watch the webinar live or view the archived video later. If you plan to view the archived video, please register using the link above.

This seminar is hosted by Our Sunday Visitor.

 


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