Friday, October 11, 2013

Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God (2012)

The Daily Beast

"If you thought that Amy Berg's Deliver Us from Evil had extracted every last word on the issue of child abuse in the Catholic Church, Alex Gibney proves with his new film that there's still plenty left to be infuriated about."
What Culture

Mea Maxima Culpa is a fresh and important attempt on the exposé of child abuse within the Catholic Church, which primarily focuses on the four deaf victims who were molested by the head of St. John's School for the Deaf, Father Lawrence Murphy throughout their childhood, until they graduated high school. Do not think everything was told about the abuse of power in the Catholic Church until watching this powerful, groundbreaking film.

The confessions and other reports reveal a disturbing fact that molestating children is a common practice within the church all around the world, especially deaf ones due to they are easy targets. To know how Cardinal Ratzinger played a vital role in covering up the abuse happening worldwide, and the Church is aware of every single case on the molestation of children by priests is disturbing as hearing these stories.

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Duration: 107 Minutes
Release Size: 868 MB


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