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Voice of the Faithful is a lay organization of faithful Catholics, who organized in 2002 as a response to the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church. We started in the basement of a church in Wellesley, Massachusetts, and have since expanded worldwide with more than 30,000 members.

Our Mission is to provide a prayerful voice, attentive to the Spirit, through which the faithful can actively participate in the governance and guidance of the Catholic Church.

We work towards achieving our mission by pursuing three goals:

  • Support survivors of clergy sexual abuse
  • Support priests of integrity
  • Shape structural change within the Catholic Church
  1. #1 by Laurie Benson on February 13, 2014 - 6:15 AM

    Where is the story about Mpls., & St. Paul officials that will not be prosecuted for giving church funds to clergy that abused…….

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    • #2 by Voice of the Faithful on February 13, 2014 - 10:06 AM

      Laurie — Thank you for your comment. We’ve posted links on this blog to news stories about the abuse scandal in the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Please look through our previous blog posts. These blog posts also are posted to VOTf’s Facebook page and Twitter feeds to increase their visibility. You can see an even more extensive list of the news coverage of this scandal by reading the Focus column in VOTF’s “In the Vineyard” email newsletter. Use the Publications link in the left-hand menu of our website homepage at http://www.votf.org. If you see any particularly interesting media coverage that you think should be made widely known, please email a link to me, and we’ll consider it for a blog post. — Nick Ingala, VOTF Public Relations Director, nickingala@votf.org

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