Closing out March, this episode of the podcast features Megan McCabe! She spoke with Stephen Okey about her path to studying theology, the idea of “cultures of sin” and how it relates to social sin […]
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The Problem With Lists: Accountability and the Clergy Sexual Abuse Crisis
By Megan K. McCabe and B. Kevin Brown On December 7, 2018, Jesuits West released the names of its members, past and present, who have been credibly accused of sexually abusing minors and vulnerable adults. […]
Hookup Culture as Rape Culture: A Shared Complicity
By Megan McCabe Thanks largely to the efforts of survivors-turned-activists Annie Clark and Andrea Pino, the founders of End Rape on Campus, sexual assault on campus has moved to the center of public and political debate. […]
Sexual Assault and Higher Education: An Octave of Theological Reflection. An Introduction.
It is a cruel and humbling fact of faith that religious sensibility does not curb the genetic predisposition of humanity to the allures of power, prestige, and violence. Faith is not a genetic condition. The […]
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