SNAP Media Events
"Remove Andy Savage from ministry,” SNAP tells HighPoint officials
"Any time someone in a position of authority abuses that power for sexual gratification, the victims suffer devastating consequences,” survivors declare
Victims’ group adds their voices to the outcry -- "Justice for Jules”
Holding signs at a sidewalk news conference, clergy sex abuse victims and their supporters will urge HighPoint Church officials to:
-- remove Andy Savage from ministry for his actions while Jules Woodson’s youth pastor, and
-- acknowledge the serious damage caused by a minister’s boundary violations.
Monday, January 29 at 11:00 a.m.
MEDIA ADVISORY, for immediate release
Community to gather for alleged victim of Adrian professor
Candlelight vigil to demand action from university and professors’ union
Professor protected over safety of local kids and college students, they say
University must remove Hodgman, reach out to every student he's previously taught, warn the community at large and apologize to alleged victim, they demand
WHAT: At a Candlelight Vigil, members of the Adrian community and two victims rights groups are coming out in support of a woman—who was one of at least two allegedly sexually abused as a teen by an Adrian College professor—to prevent this from happening again.
Victims of clergy sexual abuse will leaflet Atlanta Cathedral, asking parishioners to urge the Archdiocese to release the names of all those accused of hurting children
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe recently took this important step, and one of those on the New Mexico list was found to be working with children
The survivors’ group SNAP believes that Georgia children will be safer when the Archdiocese of Atlanta publicizes its list
Clergy sex abuse victims and their supporters will hand out flyers to parishioners asking them to urge Atlanta Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory to reveal on his website the names of all those in his archdiocese who have been accused of abusing children. The leaflets ask church-goers to join the advocates in pressing the archbishop to take this important step.
EDINBURG, Texas (CN) — A state judge on Monday delayed until early October the trial of the former Catholic priest charged with the 1960 murder of a South Texas beauty queen, because of scheduling conflicts with one of his attorneys.