Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Former CNN anchor speaks about being sexually abused by a priest

"At the age of 14, Thomas Roberts was sexually abused by Father Jerome Toohey, a popular, respected priest who was chaplain of Roberts's prestigious Maryland Catholic high school, Calvert Hall. The abuse would go on until Roberts graduated. Roberts, a former CNN anchor, speaks candidly about his struggles with the abuse, how his life has changed since taking his abuser to court, and what it would take for the Catholic Church to made amends." READ MORE

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