… Mr Brown, the son of a Presbyterian minister, said the church had to make an open confession about child abuse and make amends to the victims.
"I've met some of the people who have rightly complained about the abuse that they were subject to when young, and it never leaves them," he said. Photo
"They were abused, cruelly abused, by people in whom they placed their faith and trust, so the church has got to deal with these problems, and it's got to make sure that there is an open and clean confession about what has happened, and that we help those people who have been put into difficulty by this abuse." Read complete article – by Peter Wilson – The Australian
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