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We post on this site many links to other self help groups and information to support victims.As SNAP Australia identifies State and major city SNAP leaders, their email addresses and phone numbers will be posted for you.If you need general help and support, please feel free to contact SNAP leaders know that the principle wish of every survivor is healing and the desire to see that their experiences never happen to another child, young person, or vulnerable adult. Our ultimate goal is to open up the secrets, stop the silence, support those who have already been harmed, and thereby protect children.Peter Saunders, a British advocate for victims, had been highly critical of the Vatican’s slow progress in taking measures to protect children and punish bishops who covered up for pedophile priests. The head of the commission, Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley, said after Saturday’s vote that Saunders had been asked to consider forming an external group of survivors to help advise the commission. A statement said that at a commission meeting "it was decided" that Peter Saunders would take a leave of absence. He had also wanted the commission to intervene immediately in individual cases, rather than just craft long-term policies to fight abuse. He said the Vatican's inaction in the face of continuing cases of children being raped and molested "made me lose faith in the process and lose faith in Pope Francis." … Mr Saunders told The Times: "It will be outrageous if he doesn't attend and I will say so." … Peter Saunders, a British member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors led by Boston Cardinal Sean P. Spotlight, a Best Picture contender at the Oscars, is a gripping exploration of how reporters at the Boston Globe revealed rampant sexual abuse among priests in Boston and the lengths to which the clergy went to keep those crimes under-wraps. But he told the Times this week that he had asked the Pope to appear at a three-day meeting of the commission, which starts today, to defend his record. The Pope set up the commission with promises to clean up the Church after a decade-long sex abuse scandal that uncovered abuse by priests of minors in several countries. A new commission at the Vatican to combat sex abuse within the Catholic Church kicked off Thursday with a private screening of the Oscar-nominated film Spotlight, a searing look into the journalists who uncovered the abuses that persisted for decades within the Boston Catholic Church. The members of Pope Francis’s commission to protect children have seen the Oscar-nominated film Spotlight together amid criticism that the pontiff needs to follow through on his promise of “zero tolerance” for clerical sex abuse and cover-ups. Ten years later, in 20, the Boston Globe newspaper revealed similar cover-ups in the United States, Now, people can see the Boston story told in a major film, Spotlight, which is being released in Australian cinemas on 28 January 2016. We try very hard to always update and post items on this web site, with complete integrity.Saunders, head of Britain's National Association for People Abused in Childhood, would now "consider how he might best support the commission's work". Last year, Saunders made waves when he said that Australian Cardinal George Pell should be dismissed over allegations he failed to take action to protect children years ago.. O’Malley, told Crux that some members watched the film Thursday night at the Domus Santa Marta, the hotel on Vatican grounds where the pope lives. Last year he created a new tribunal that punished bishops for covering up. We realize it takes a lot of courage to reach out for help, and we thank you for visiting our site.Singing and playing guitar, he opened with "Till I Waltz Again with You", a recent hit for Teresa Brewer.