reynolds-susan-rec.jpgAssistant Professor of Catholic Studies Susan Reynoldshas been featured in numerous outlets in the wake of the Pennsylvania grand jury report on child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. In consultation with others, Reynolds also drafted a letter calling for the resignation of all U.S. Catholic bishops that now has over 3,000 signatures. See links to these stories below.

National Catholic Reporter: “Theologians, lay leaders call for mass resignations of US bishops” (August 17)

The Boston Globe: “More than 1,000 sign letter asking US Catholic bishops to resign” (August 18)

NPR’s All Things Considered: “One Congregation’s Question of Faith Following the Pennsylvania Clergy Report” (August 20)

The Philadelphia Inquirer: “After the grand jury report: What we’re reading about Catholicism, clergy and the future of the faithful” (August 20) 

WBUR’s On Point: “Can the Catholic Church Survive Another Sex Abuse Scandal?” (August 21)

The Atlantic: “Catholics Are Desperate for Tangible Reforms on Clergy Sex Abuse” (August 22)

America Magazine: “What happened when a dad challenged his priest during Mass about the sex abuse crisis” (August 22)

CNN: “For Catholic parents, choosing to raise kids in a church marred by sex abuse is ‘a painful thing’” (August 27)