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This book exposes the breadth of the media’s bias against the Catholic Church, using the child sexual abuse dilemma in society as the launching point. An amazing and liberating story told by the most credible and unprejudiced source… an attorney who has successfully sued the Church for the last 20 years. Joseph Klest sheds light on the overwhelming reform that has transfor This book exposes the breadth of the media’s bias against the Catholic Church, using the child sexual abuse dilemma in society as the launching point. An amazing and liberating story told by the most credible and unprejudiced source… an attorney who has successfully sued the Church for the last 20 years. Joseph Klest sheds light on the overwhelming reform that has transformed the Catholic Church into a blueprint for prevention and intervention of abuse. The steps you can take to protect your children from abuse and the legal recourse available if your child has been abused. THE SPOTLIGHT INVESTIGATION OF THE BOSTON GLOBE The "Boston Globe" wants us all to celebrate its “breaking” of the “Catholic” Abuse Scandal. In fact, Hollywood has helped us all relive the well publicized Catholic Scandal with the production of the major motion picture, "Spotlight." The fact of the matter is that the "Globe," the "New York Times" and other major media outlets have long been headlining abuse reports involving the Catholic Church proudly on page one, while instances in other religions and organizations received more moderate and standard coverage or no coverage at all. In fact, the full breadth of the problem has been little discussed. Why? Because to expose the truth would undermine the most favored story line of mainstream media – the Catholic Church and its many evils.


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This book exposes the breadth of the media’s bias against the Catholic Church, using the child sexual abuse dilemma in society as the launching point. An amazing and liberating story told by the most credible and unprejudiced source… an attorney who has successfully sued the Church for the last 20 years. Joseph Klest sheds light on the overwhelming reform that has transfor This book exposes the breadth of the media’s bias against the Catholic Church, using the child sexual abuse dilemma in society as the launching point. An amazing and liberating story told by the most credible and unprejudiced source… an attorney who has successfully sued the Church for the last 20 years. Joseph Klest sheds light on the overwhelming reform that has transformed the Catholic Church into a blueprint for prevention and intervention of abuse. The steps you can take to protect your children from abuse and the legal recourse available if your child has been abused. THE SPOTLIGHT INVESTIGATION OF THE BOSTON GLOBE The "Boston Globe" wants us all to celebrate its “breaking” of the “Catholic” Abuse Scandal. In fact, Hollywood has helped us all relive the well publicized Catholic Scandal with the production of the major motion picture, "Spotlight." The fact of the matter is that the "Globe," the "New York Times" and other major media outlets have long been headlining abuse reports involving the Catholic Church proudly on page one, while instances in other religions and organizations received more moderate and standard coverage or no coverage at all. In fact, the full breadth of the problem has been little discussed. Why? Because to expose the truth would undermine the most favored story line of mainstream media – the Catholic Church and its many evils.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Charles

    Given the background of the author, much of the content of this book surprises the reader. Klest grew up Catholic, attending mass on a daily basis only to leave the church when he got older. Klest then became a lawyer and has been the attorney on behalf of the abused in many cases against pedophile priests. Yet, he praises the Catholic Church for the effectiveness of their program to rid itself of the bad actors and implement a more rigid policy to prevent serial abusers. His ire is reserved f Given the background of the author, much of the content of this book surprises the reader. Klest grew up Catholic, attending mass on a daily basis only to leave the church when he got older. Klest then became a lawyer and has been the attorney on behalf of the abused in many cases against pedophile priests. Yet, he praises the Catholic Church for the effectiveness of their program to rid itself of the bad actors and implement a more rigid policy to prevent serial abusers. His ire is reserved for the media outlets and other critics that continue to criticize the Church after they have implemented their program to solve the problem. Klest also points out that there is nothing unique about the Catholic Church regarding the presence of pedophiles, they can be found in all organizations where adults interact with youth. He is adamant that it is time for the critics to redirect their fire to those organizations, specifically the public school system. Klest makes many valid points, after paying out large sums of money, the Catholic Church has done a great deal to solve their sexual abuse problem. He also briefly mentions the cases of Penn State University and Bill Cosby, where people considered iconic role models were exposed as abusers or those that tolerated it and how many people refused to accept it. It is a valuable book that addresses a very serious social problem. This book was made available for free for review purposes.

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