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MICHAEL PATRICK KENNY
Sadly, CAN has to advise of the death of our valued friend, survivor, and Team Leadership member, Michael (Mick) Kenny. Mick’s funeral was held on Monday 20th June 2022. We extend our deepest sympathies to
CAN achieves Charitable Status
The Clergy Abused Network Inc. has been accredited as a Charitable organisation and approved by the Australian Taxation Office as a Deductible Gigt Recipient (DGR). All Donations of $2 and above are tax deductible.
Maitland-Newcastle Catholic Diocese Mapping Project – Update
The project seeks to determine whether a network of clergy perpetrators has functioned in the diocese by talking to you about your experiences of abuse. You may want to share this information with other people who
St. Paul’s and St. Mary’s Schools and St. Paul’s Parish – Gateshead
The name Monsignor Roger Kennedy has been removed from the Schools and the Church in Gateshead Parish. The Roger Kennedy Centre will be re-named. Please direct your enquiries to the Diocesan executives, the Parish Priest
The Survivor Story Podcast Update – Dr. Kathleen McPhillips
Part 1 of “The Survivor Story” Podcast has been published and has opened with three interviews – More to come next year…. https://anchor.fm/university-of-newcastle5
‘Testimonial’ – Gracie’s Project
Developed in consultation between CAN and Antidote Projects, ‘Testimonial’ will be an exposition of the profound effect of sexual abuse in a religious context. ‘Testimonial’ will bear witness to the stories of survivors, acknowledging trauma