BOSTON * At a two-day conference in Boston, its birthplace, Voice of the Faithful marked 10 years of battling sexual abuse of minors by Catholic clergy and seeking to change church structures that permitted and at times facilitated it.
What does VOTF stand for?
VOTF stands for Voice of the Faithful
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Samples in periodicals archive:
BOSTON, Massachusetts -- The global economic crisis may have an unlikely casualty: Voice of the Faithful.
He also proposes ways in which the church can re-envision the structure and tone of its teachings to be a more authentic voice of the faithful.
I can assure yon that active parishioners and Voice of the Faithful members are not on opposite poles.
In response to allegations by the Catholic reform group Voice of the Faithful, the diocese of Portland confirmed in September that Richard and two other Maine priests had exchanged sexually explicit E-mails on the St.
Voice of the Faithful was set up last January in Boston after revelations that Church bosses had known about abuser priests and had knowingly moved them from parish to parish where they continued to abuse.
branch of Voice of the Faithful has turned more court documents into a play, "Bless Me, Father, for I Have Sinned
BOSTON -- After three years of requests, representatives of the Boston chapter of Voice of the Faithful met with Cardinal Sean O'Malley on August 4, reports the Boston Globe.