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SNAP, the organization that has become synonymous with uncovering the clergy sex abuse scandal, may be outpacing its acronym.
Book Review: Catholic Women Confront Their Church profiles nine Catholic women and their personal stories, faith journeys and often complicated relationships with the church.
The change in personnel didn’t so much spark an examination of SNAP’s future so much as it fueled already ongoing conversations of what it will look like in the future.
Barbara Blaine, who founded the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests in 1988, resigned as its president on Friday.