This broadcast is intended as a tool to help promote discussions on a grassroots level that are informed and, so, best able to contribute to the Church's reform and healing in the wake of ongoing incidents of abuse and coverup.
The broadcasts are designed to be useful to survivors and all other interested individuals, families, ordained and religious clergy, parishes, ministries, educational settings, thought institutes, and dioceses
Making all this free content free locally is simple. You have several options. You can share within a parish or group, or you can post the whole program on your website, can ask your online newspaper to feature episodes, add it to blogs, and can offer to host discussion groups in person or online. Or, you can ask your pastor or bishop to authorize doing so.
We list ways to host online discussion groups HERE.
We offer our Spirit Fire guidelines to help you welcome all who have been wounded by abuse in the Church HERE.
Below, we invite you to include an RSS Feed on your diocesan, parish, office, or group website and/or online news or blog. (Have a tech specialist on staff? Just send this page to them. Directions for adding the RSS Feed yourself are included at the end of this page.)
This broadcast has been designed for families, groups, parishes, dioceses, and others who seek a survivor-created review of clergy abuse for discussion.
Every Sunday night at 5pm Eastern, we release a new video of a new guest or guests on the schedule you'll find HERE, which is our agenda.
Use the above How-To and the URL you'll find below to start your own RSS feed.
Here is a growing compilation of stories from different people and how they experienced the arc of abuse incidents from the 1950s through current days.
"Spiritual Companionship for Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse by Clergy" was created at the request of a then-General Vicar of the Arlington VA Diocese. Teresa Pitt Green posted a version of her workshop for clergy and some lay ministries as 12 ten-minute video sessions, which have seen 12+K viewers to date.
"RSS" means Really Simple Syndication, and it is really simple to add an RSS Feed (and its free content) to your website, blog, or news feed. Here's a great article, "What Is RSS, and How To Get It?" which we suggest all comers read when they call asking us how to use our content more locally. We've set the content up to make it easy to use in multiple different ways.
Remember: Even for your RSS Feeds, you can opt to use the Registration options; that is, register for a weekly email which then can feed into your blog, website, or other online news feed. For that you may find working with your tech professional the fastest and easiest way to proceed.