Survivors, advocates form a chapter of anti-abuse network
Jun 29, 2015 by Mennonite World Review staff, Mennonite World Review
Group with Catholic roots now serves people from various faith communities
Twelve survivors of sexual abuse and their advocates have formed an Anabaptist-Mennonite chapter of an organization that “protects the vulnerable, heals the wounded and exposes the truth.”
Leaders of the group, known as SNAP-Menno, announced its formation June 23.
SNAP stands for Survivor’s Network of Those Abused by Priests. Founded 26 years ago to expose sexual violations by U.S. Catholic clergy, it has expanded to . . .