Faithful Revolution: How Voice of the Faithful Is Changing the Church

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Index
allegations of clergy abuse, 9, 175
number of reports (1950–2002) of, 5–6, 7f, 185n2
date abuse began (1950–2003) and, 5–6, 7f
clergy suicides/homicides and, 174
lay Catholic awareness of, 173, lay Catholic reactions to, 13–14, 17, 43
media coverage of clergy abuse and, 5, 7–8
allegation-related costs, 9, 175
parish closures and, 9, 185n4
Ammerman, Nancy T., 82, 164
Arato, Andrew, 163
Arlington, Diocese of
Catholics in, 44–45
girl altar servers and, 45, 186n1
VOTF-NoVA and, 45, 56–57
Armstrong, Elizabeth A., 109, 127, 151–52, 158, 161, 163, 165
Aucoin, Don, 8
Avery, 45, 50–51, 62, 63
Aymond, Gregory (bishop), 9
banning of VOTF. See church banning of VOTF
Baum, Joel, 155
Berger, Michael, 150, 189n2
Bernardin, Joseph (cardinal), 8
Bernstein, Mary, 109, 127, 151–52, 158, 161, 163, 165
Berry, Jason, 8
Bietghofer, Alfred (priest), 174
Binder, Amy, 95, 151, 152, 186n2, 190n8
bishop(s). See also Catholic Church; priests
Catholic organization authenticity recognition by, 101–2
relationship to laity, 33, 83, 165
resignation requests by VOTF, 135, 175–76
resignations, 175
VOTF meetings with, 55, 176
VOTF mobilization and, 162
bishop response to clergy abuse, 6, 8, 9, 174–75
“Dallas Charter” and, 174–75
criticism of, 6
lay Catholic awareness of, 175
Blaine, Barbara, 7
Blumberg, Rhoda Lois, 77, 154, 187n5
Bob, 44–45, 51, 62, 73, 74, 75–76
Bonavoglia, Angela, 86
Boston, Archdiocese of, 8, 18. See also Law, Bernard (cardinal)
banning of VOTF and, 34–35

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Beginning 13
  • 2 - Banned 29
  • 3 - Supporting Survivors 41
  • 4 - Moving beyond Abuse 61
  • 5 - Collective Memories 79
  • 6 - On Being Catholic 95
  • 7 - The Salience of Culture 109
  • 8 - A Bounded Repertoire 127
  • 9 - Social Movements, Institutions, and Religion 149
  • Conclusion 169
  • Appendix- Research Methodology 181
  • Notes 185
  • Works Cited 191
  • Index 201
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