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Healing the Breach of Trust: Catholic Media
Videos from the first session of the conference series "Healing the Breach of Trust." The first session, sponsored by the Institute for Human Ecology (IHE) at Catholic University, is a panel discussion of Catholic journalists that took place in November 2018.
Ross Douthat, columnist at The New York Times and fellow of IHE is the moderator. Panelists are Chris White of The Tablet and Crux, Elizabeth Bruenig of The Washington Post, and J.D. Flynn of Catholic News Agency.
Healing the Breach of Trust: The Role of the Laity
Videos from the second session of the conference series "Healing the Breach of Trust." This session is a closer look at the Theological and Historical Foundations of the role of the laity, in view of the abuse crisis of 2018.
This session features President Garvey of the Catholic University of America, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Sr. Nancy Bauer, O.S.B., Carlos Eire, Michael Root, Christopher Ruddy, and Bronwen McShea.
Healing the Breach: Roots of the Crisis
Videos from the third session of the conference series "Healing the Breach of Trust." This session is entitled, "What Is Really Going On? Root Causes of the Current Crisis," and features Stephen White, Executive Director of The Catholic Project, Susan Timoney, Richard Gaillardetz, Chad Pecknold, Gary Weaver, Michael Edward Brown, Greg Erlandson, Jeanette DeMelo, and Matt Malone, SJ.
Healing the Breach of Trust: The Way Forward
Videos from the fourth session of the conference series "Healing the Breach of Trust." This session is entitled, "The Way Forward: Principles for Effective Lay Action," and asks "What can the laity do to help address the crisis in the Church?"
This session features Stephen White, Executive Director of The Catholic Project, Archbishop Allen Vigneron of the Archdiocese of Detroit, Jonathan Reyes, Teresa Sullivan, Teresa Pitt Green, John Carr, George Weigel, and John Garvey.
Shepherds to a Wounded Flock: How Our Priests See the Crisis
This event, in October 2019, features a panel of local Washington, DC-area priests speaking about their experience of the ongoing clergy abuse crisis. The panelists are Fr. Robert Boxie III, Fr. Matthew Fish, Fr. Carter Griffin, and Fr. Paul Scalia.
Faith and Flourishing: Strategies for Preventing and Healing Child Sexual Abuse
The Catholic Project co-sponsored this global virtual symposium, featuring both public health and faith leaders discussing ways to prevent and heal child sexual abuse.
Day one of the Symposium: