It's a movie that is based on a true story about a newspaper that goes after a story about catholic priests who are molesting children. In the film they start out finding one priest who was guilty of it, and ended up finding 86 more just in the city of Boston.
The movie kind of hints that the church might have something to do with 911. An investigation of priests being moved around from city to city whenever they got in hot water started getting to the press, and suddenly 911 happened and every wanted to walk away from the story to focus on that.
The movie talks about the victims, and how some people think the church and the vatican is in control of everything. They eventually learn that there are hundreds of priests and thousands of victims. And, there are also hundreds of lawsuits against the church.
It's not a great movie, but it is interesting.
by Hokey7 years ago
Can anyone answer this? Why does the church cover it up?
by Libra Rajani6 years ago
Should priests and nuns have a choice about remaining celibate or does it go against everything the Catholic religion stands for? If you think they should, do you think it would have an impact on the molestations?
by DennisBarker6 years ago
I havn't found anything in the bible which says yes, so has the catholic church got a well documented history of covering up child abuse?
by Julianna6 years ago
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by Peter Owen6 years ago
Holy man - yesDid good works - yesSaint??
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