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The Movement to Restore Trust presented findings from its initial phase at a Symposium on March 9, 2019.  The work of the next phase is still evolving as the MTR works with the Diocese on the Joint Implementation Team proposed by the Bishop.  

We continue to invite lay people, religious women and clergy of the Diocese to receive updates on our work by joining our mailing list. Once the Joint Implementation Team has met, we expect to send an email advising of ways to stay or become involved in our next phase of work.

Please feel free to contact us with your questions or comments via email or use our contact form. 

Please use this form to:

  • Indicate interest in participating in this initiative (even if you have not attended previous events)
  • Indicate specific specific areas of inquiry you are interested in
  • Submit questions or comments
  • Join our mailing list

Areas of Inquiry

Transparency around the nature and scale of abuse in the Diocese and Spiritual Reparation for the Victims;

Transparency about All Diocesan Operations;

Accountability for bishops;

Lay involvement in selecting and monitoring bishops;

Greater involvement by women/laity in the Church; and

Improvements in formation of priests and priestly life

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