Clergy Sex Victims to Make Signs for Anti-pope March

September 18, 2010


Surrounded by childhood photos, clergy sex abuse victims from five countries will spend an hour making signs in preparation for an afternoon march to protest the Pope’s visit to the United Kingdom. .


TODAY, Saturday, September 18 at 11:30 a.m.


Office of NAPAC, Lobby of Canterbury Court, Kennington Park Business Centre

1- 3 Brixton Rd, SW9 6DE in London England


Clergy sex abuse victims from Belgium, Australia, England the Netherlands and the US, including leaders of world’s oldest and largest clergy victims group called SNAP - the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (


The group will participate in the 1:30 p.m. march through London:


Barbara Blaine (312 399 4747 cell,, 07587206053), Therese Albrecht 07 570 893 544), Barbara Dorris (314 503 0003 cell,


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