Labor Day Blues: Moving On

By Sarah E. Murphy I recently stumbled on the following essay I wrote a few weeks into my first semester at Bridgewater State College (now University), in the Fall of 1990, for one of Professor Maureen Connolly’s writing classes. I don’t remember the exact assignment, but it details the day my parents drove me toContinue reading “Labor Day Blues: Moving On”

St. Patrick’s Church: Catholic Crimes on Cape Cod

By Sarah E. Murphy Many of the names on this long overdue list of 75 priests credibly accused of sex abuse, finally released by the Fall River Diocese on January 7, are no surprise to me, but they’re a sad validation of the work I’ve been quietly doing for the past three years. “Father Bill”Continue reading “St. Patrick’s Church: Catholic Crimes on Cape Cod”