WHY PUNISH ME? by Michael Moloney


Michael Moloney tells the story of how, as a vulnerable altar boy, he was psychologically and physically abused by Catholic priests.  He explores evidence that abuse is more prevalent in churches than in other comparable settings, a finding supported by recent internationally accredited reports.  Tracing the origins of clerical abuse, the author confirms the church has long provided a cover for abusers.  Grimly, he shows how schools might be inadvertently smoothing a path for them. This book fills a gap in the shelf, lifting the lid on a story of abuse and religious indoctrination which continues to this day.

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