Slayer of the Soul: Child Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church
Stephen J. Rossetti
Twenty-Third Publications, 1990 - Religion - 206 pages
This acclaimed study breaks through the myths, anger, and confusion that surround the subject of child sexual abuse. It brings together commentary from experts in the fields of medicine, mental health, law and pastoral theology.
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Myths of the Child Molester
The Treatment of Child Sex Abusers in the Church
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