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While the #Me Too movement has revealed widespread abuse from Hollywood to government to businesses, mounting allegations of sexual misconduct within houses of worship and religious communities point to something perhaps even more appalling – a breach of a special trust.
And a number of activists suggest it is far more common than many may imagine.“In the early 2000s, when the tragedy of the Catholic Church was just starting to emerge, I’m thinking to myself, and sharing with others, my goodness, Protestants for the most part have no clue that this is as serious as an issue in their own churches,” says Tchividjian, a grandson of the historic evangelist Billy Graham and a law professor at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va.
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The problem is not limited to any faith tradition, nor is it connected to liberal or conservative churches.
During the past year, many women, and even some men, across the country have used the online hashtag #Church Too to tell their stories of past abuse.
They have recounted how men in power used their uniquely intimate roles as pastors to spiritually manipulate and sexually coerce them when they were at their most vulnerable.
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Our first story is not of the news today, but it is very much of this moment in history.