#WindowToJustice -- Monday, September 24th -- Harrisburg


Support Statute of Limitations Reform Bill 


September 24th

11 a.m.

City Island 

Organizers are calling on Pennsylvanians to show support for dramatic and needed reform of statute of limitations law. Demonstrate your support for reform and demand that PA legislators protect the children and the vulnerable. 

Marchers will meet at City Island and will march to Capital Steps for a rally. Mark Rozzi will be giving a press conference at 12 pm to 1 pm. We invite all participants to contact their State Senators from 1 pm to 6 pm.  A vigil will happen 6 pm and 8 pm. 

Show the legislators that enough is enough!


Michael McDonnell

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  • Richard Kensinger, MSW
    commented 2018-10-12 18:07:54 -0500
    The Altoona-Johnstown Diocese issues a twice monthly publication entitled “the Catholic Register”. It can be found @www.dioceseaj.org. The Oct 15, 2018 edition two articles which I will summarize here. They reveal how the Church “speaks with forked tongues” as our indigenous peoples would say.
    One article by Carolyn Woo is riveting and entitled “A Plea From The Brokenhearted”. She challenges priests to have many personal encounters with parishioners about the child sex abuse; and not only from the bishop letters or the diocesan offices of communication nor the creation of new policies to protect youth nor prayers of healing. According to E. Erickson the index psychosocial task is on rebuilding trust. I completely agree w/ her.

    The 2nd article addresses the “Australian Bishop Apologizes TO Young People For Shameful Acts”. In his address he implores that clergy “sells you short” by offering them "unbeautiful or unwelcoming liturgies and via “poor preaching, catechesis or spiritual direction”.
    Sounds like “corporate speak” to me. And continues to reaffirm my divorce from the Church!
    Rich, MSW

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