a time of change in the small survivor advocacy movement because some of the biggest names are gone. Barbara Blaine, who founded SNAP in 1988, died last year. Richard Sipe a former monk who became a psychologist and a major advocate for victims, including those of McCarrick died this summer.
Date: Nov 13, 2018
It is time for Archbishop Viganò to meet the press
The letter has also brought the spotlight to bear on how Benedict XVI and his senior officials responded to the allegations in 2006 against Archbishop McCarrick by Father Gregory Littleton, and by Richard Sipe in 2008. It brings to center stage the question of Vigans own role then and in the follo
Date: Sep 14, 2018
Viganò Testimony Receives Mixed Response From US Bishops
Robert McElroy of San Diego is also mentioned by Vigan, who claims that his appointment to San Diego was also orchestrated from above by Cardinal Parolin. He also alleged that McElroy knew of McCarricks abuses, as can be seen from a letter sent to him by Richard Sipe on July 28, 2016.
Date: Aug 28, 2018
Cardinal McCarrick Accused: Critics Demand Answers in Wake of Abuse Claims
Dreher, along with other commentators, cited reports about Cardinal McCarricks behavior that have been posted for years on the website of Richard Sipe, a psychologist and sociologist with expertise on clergy-abuse issues.
Date: Jul 06, 2018
Category: Fact check
Spotlight Isn't a Sexy Film. But It Gets the Facts Right
he Boston Archdiocese. But the researcher, Richard Sipe,introduces the idea that theres enough abuse to hypothesize a recognizable psychiatric phenomenon within the subculture of Catholic priests, and they should be looking for a significantly higher number of possible abusers.
Date: Nov 18, 2015
Bishop Geoffrey Robinson: Total Re-examination Of Catholic Faith, Culture Needed
Speaking in a brief interview with NCR following the talk, Robinson said if the church wanted to convince people it was "finally serious" in its efforts to confront abuse, it might have to call a council specifically to deal with the crisis.
Wednesday's talk, hosted by Richard Sipe, Dominican Fr. To