The Burden of Betrayal (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
200
Utgivningsdatum
2018-04-07
Förlag
Gracewing
Illustrationer
Illustrations, black and white
Dimensioner
216 x 140 x 12 mm
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1:B&W 5.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 140 mm (Demy 8vo) Perfect Bound on Creme w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780852448410
The Burden of Betrayal (häftad)

The Burden of Betrayal

Non-Offending Priests and the Clergy Child Sexual Abuse Scandals

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A PREVIOUSLY UNRECOGNISED CATEGORY of victims is identified in this new study into the Catholic Church's child sex abuse scandals: the Church?s own non-offending priests. A detailed analysis of the perspectives of a select group of representative priests reveals that the scandals and the Church?s often unsatisfactory handling of them have left significant psychological scars which the Church and even many clergy themselves have yet to recognise and address. Revd Dr Barry O?Sullivan, who is both a serving priest and a qualified counsellor, finds in his series of carefully controlled interviews with fellow priests that his beleaguered brotherhood should be classed among the secondary victims of this ongoing crisis for the Church. Originally undertaken as a doctoral study for the University of Manchester, this work casts new light on the far-reaching effects which this type of crisis can potentially inflict not just on Catholic priests but also on professionals in all walks of life which have been assailed by child sex abuse scandals.
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in 1997 i became the bishop of salford and worked with revd o’sullivan to develop a way forward for

our diocese. He became the child protection coordinator for the diocese and won the trust and respect of

many whom he served in this work, not least his brother priests. His experiences in this ministry led

him to undertake research on the effect of the criminal actions of some of their brother priests on their

own lives and ministry. This book gives you the opportunity to read this story.

Rt Rev Terence J. Brain

Emeritus Bishop of Salford



This is a very attractive and well-researched book on safeguarding which should be very popular with

the clergy and with the wider Church. Barry O’Sullivan is highly regarded for his safeguarding work in

the Church in England and Wales.

Rt Rev Peter Doyle

Bishop of Northampton



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REVD DR BARRY O'SULLIVAN, ordained a priest in 1987, is a leading proponent of child safeguarding in the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales. As well as spending a decade as the Salford diocese Child Protection Co-ordinator, where he implemented child protection policies and procedures and dealt with any allegations affecting the diocese, he has been a member of the Bishop's Office for Pastoral Support of Clergy, the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales Working Party on the care and rehabilitation of sex offenders, and the Catholic Office for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults National Working Party to Develop a Safeguarding Programme for Clergy in England and Wales. He is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Revd Dr O'Sullivan was a full-time prison chaplain from 1995 to 1999, working as a group facilitator in the Sex Offender Treatment Programme in the prison with the largest number of sex offenders in Europe. A prominent speaker on safeguarding at Church conferences in the UK and internationally, he has attended Vatican Anglophone Conferences for Child Protection and is a member of the UK government's Child Exploitation and Online Protection Academy.

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contents............................................................................................v

acknowledgements....................................................................vii

foreword by rt revd terence j. brain, emeritus bishop

of salford....................................................................................ix

introduction by brother brendan geary, provincial of

the marist brothers’ province of west central

europe.........................................................................................xi

1—the scandals and non-offending priests.....................1

2—child sexual abuse and the roman catholic church...29

3—six ground-breaking discussions.................................53

4—crisis, betrayal, and a sense of loss...............................87

5—changing relationships within the church: a time

for difficult conversations..............................................111

6—hearing the voices of priests.........................................127

appendix—the perception of deans and priests from a

roman catholic diocese in northern england,

october 2007........................................................................155

bibliography................................................................................167