Tuesday, June 20, 2017
"The Keepers" on Netflix is riveting in its story of sexual abuse by priests
Whenever I hear someone talk about the "good old days" as a simpler, gentler time I can't help but think of the many bad things that were a reality in those "good old days." Sexism, racism and physical punishment were acceptable facts of daily life. I was reminded of this recently watching the Netflix show "The Keepers" about sexual abuse by two priests in Baltimore in the not too distant past. The series centers around the murder of a nun who was ready to blow the whistle on the abuse. The fact that one of the priest was responsible for an Elkridge church makes the show even more relevant.
Posted by duanestclair at 3:21 PM