Analysizes policies addressing child sexual abuse complaints in a selection of religious institutions in Canada. This title examines the Roman Catholic Church, The United Church of Canada, the Anglican Church, the Mennonite Church, Islam, and the Canadian Unitarian Council/Unitarian Universalist Association.
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Tracy J. Trothen is an associate professor of theology and ethics at Queen's School of Religion, Queen's University, in Kingston, Ontario. She is the author of over twenty scholarly publications, including Linking Sexuality and Gender: Naming Violence against Women in The United Church of Canada (WLU Press, 2003). Her more recent publications are concerned with the intersections of sport, technology, and religion.
Introduction; Child Sexual Abuse in Religious Institutions; The Roman Catholic Church in Canada; The United Church of Canada; The Anglican Church in Canada; The Mennonite Church in Canada; Islam in Canada; The Canadian Unitarian Council/The Unitarian Universalist Association; Gathering the Pieces; Index.
``The disclosures by victims and survivors of the sexual abuse they have experienced at the hands of faith leaders has shaken the foundations of our faith communities and has given us the opportunity to address this long-standing evil in our midst. Tracy J. Trothen has produced a thorough and thoughtful rendering of the history of Canadian faith communities confronting the sexual abuse of children. Her multi-faith approach adds depth to the discussion, allowing the reader to compare and contrast. We need this historical, multi-faith perspective to inform our current efforts and to learn from the past as we face the future. A very valuable contribution to the field.'' -- Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune, Founder and Senior Analyst at FaithTrust Institute -- 201207
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