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Submitted by bubs78 862d ago | review

Mea Maxima Culpa Silence In The House of God Review | Bone-idle

Bone-idle writes "Documenting the first reported cases of child abuse within the Catholic Church and tracing the situation right up to the present day, Mea Maxima Culpa is an admirably objective perspective on a truly horrifying subject. It makes a point of differentiating between Catholicism, the religion, and the Church itself as an institution. The documentary opens with a number of students describing their childhood in a Catholic school, emphatically describing it as a blissfully happy time. Gibney is very careful to articulate what the primary concerns in this situation are." (Indie film, Mea Maxima Culpa Silence In The House of God) 4/5

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