Listen while three people talk about how they survived the horrors of St. Mary’s Indian Residential School
WARNING: This video contains details some viewers may find distressing. CBC News has obtained information from survivors of the Kamloops Indian Residential School and death certificates regarding some children’s deaths — including suicides, escape attempts and some who drowned in a nearby river.
Ireland wanted to forget, but the dead don’t always stay buried. One woman made it her mission to unearth the truth.
n 2015, retired Catholic priest Paul-André Harvey from Quebec’s Chicoutimi diocese pleaded guilty to 39 charges of indecent assault and gross indecency. Most of his victims were girls between the ages of eight and 10. Harvey was sentenced to six years in prison.
How Residential Schools affected survivors and their children and grandchildren.
Dec 20, 2015, This week the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released its final report. Among its findings, more details on the scale of tragedy at residential schools. Thousands of children died in that system. And that number only begins to show how lives were erased and loving families were changed forever.
St. Anne’s survivor Chris Metatawabin talks about his experience at the notorious school that had an electric chair. Read More: https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/st-anne-residential-school-opp-documents
FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron says that some of the priests and nuns who ran residential schools are still alive and should be held accountable.
I talk a lot about what goes on in some churches when it comes to spiritual experiences with God. Some are on one side of the pendulum and are very insistent that supernatural encounters should be normal and constant, while others are perfectly spiritually content without them. Not to mention many are willing to enter …