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The Magazine: unmasking our selves for Christ’s sake

What I came to understand is that bullying is built out of a perverse reciprocity. What is seductive for the bully – what feeds him – is the reaction of his victim to his threats and his taunts: tears, rage, disorientation, and terror are all equally delicious. Deprived of these things, the bully goes hungry. And so I resolved to wage a campaign of starvation.

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The Magazine: More than a paper tiger: A reflection on the good work of Newark’s Dignity of Work Task Force

by Scott Petersen

What follows is an initial reflection on the report Fostering Respect in Church Settings released this January by Newark’s Dignity of Work Task Force. As someone who has watched this development from the outside of the Diocese, I was glad to see the report presented on the Diocese of Newark website.  The good news is such a document exists. It comes as good news to help address the need to build greater protections… greater trust… for clergy living […]

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