From Cape Cod to Congo: Shining a Light on Clergy Abuse

By Sarah E. Murphy Life couldn’t be more different now than when I last wrote. In January of 2020, the year held much promise, and despite all that has transpired since, I still believe that. The onset of the global pandemic almost seems like a distant memory here in the United States, for those onContinue reading “From Cape Cod to Congo: Shining a Light on Clergy Abuse”

2019: A Year to Remember

By Sarah E. Murphy It’s a new year and a new decade, but I’m still reflecting on 2019.  Over the past twelve months, my life has changed and my world has expanded, in countless ways. After working secretly with Dan Sherwood, a clergy sex abuse survivor from my hometown, who has since become a trustedContinue reading “2019: A Year to Remember”

Heroes in the Light: Honoring #AllSurvivorsDay

By Sarah E. Murphy November 3 is #AllSurvivorsDay, an international day recognizing survivors of sexual abuse wherever it occurs – at home, school, church, the military, on college campuses and sports teams – with the goal of bringing awareness and change by shedding light on the widespread nature of the issue. Since I began my investigationContinue reading “Heroes in the Light: Honoring #AllSurvivorsDay”