Tag Archives: sexual abuse at Holy Cross

“I Struggle Every Day”

The BBC had a story last week about the hellish experience of victims of sexually abusive priests.    It is here:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-21718883 It is well worth reading, and so are many, many other reports of what victims go through on a … Continue reading

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516 Weeks to Go!

One month of the Vigil for Justice is already in the past.   It is amazing.  One month of one year of at least ten years.   At least 516 weeks to go, when I will make decisions about the next ten … Continue reading

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A New Hunger Strike for Justice, or Not?

Last year I began a Hunger Strike for Justice after years of regular communication style was ignored completely by Holy Cross when I reported violations of law and college policies.   My confidentiality and privacy had been routinely breached by Holy … Continue reading

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Reporting Sexual Assault

One of the most serious things I will be looking at in the near future is the poor practices Holy Cross uses now for reporting sexual abuse by Jesuits.    It is yet another sign of the catastrophic deterioration of ethical … Continue reading

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Turns in the Road

A lot will change on Monday, March 11, next Monday. As I said a few days ago, there are serious issues I asked the college to address.   I asked Fr. Boroughs to immediately end the retaliation that the administration seems … Continue reading

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517 Weeks to Go

The third week of the Vigil for Justice at Holy Cross ends today.  At least 517 weeks to go.   I have the general plans for the next 208 weeks. The week was remarkable in so many ways.   I am always … Continue reading

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Shoot the Messenger

Blame the person who is reporting the problems is the style of the current leadership of Holy Cross — the Board of Trustees and the administration.  I have come to expect it.  Today at the vigil we were discussing what … Continue reading

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