Uncut: Gary Bergeron on his journey for justice

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October 27, 2010, 8:06 pm

(NECN) - Clergy sexual abuse survivors from around the world are making a journey for justice. They're headed to the Vatican to demand accountability, and they're circling a day on the religious calendar for their protest.

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As the sexual abuse crisis sweeps through Europe, Gary Bergeron of Salem, New Hampshire and Bernie McDaid of Peabody, Massachusetts, will gather with survivors from 13 countries, for what they're calling Reformation Day, lighting candles and observing a 60 second moment of silence.

Tags: clergy sex abuse, Gary Bergeron, Reformation Day
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