Mea Maxima Culpa
Silence In The House Of God

Mea Maxima Culpa - Silence In The House Of God
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Steve

It's absolutely astounding and incomprehensible to me -- and any rational person, really -- how these victims STILL try to work through the very institution that did its best to destroy them. There is no god. There are only people who claim to represent this non-deity in order to hold power ...Read more

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Henry

A very powerful documentary. Reminds me of the saying "When good men do nothing evil triumphs". God Bless and help the kids!

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Hernan

Great documentary on a relevant topic. Go for it!

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Bridget

After watching this amazing video, I as a Deaf professional can relate to those Deaf victims for what they have endured thru the cycle of sexual abuse caused by hearing predators. It is a must for anyone, both Deaf and hearing to watch this movie.

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Tim

Powerful honest thorough and upsetting yet hopeful that finally something is being done. This film handles the subject matter in an non-exploitative manner and is commendable. GIbney is a terrific documentary filmmaker.
Take it from me, being sexually abused as a child damages you in ...Read more

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