3- Invite speakers that are advocates of clergy abuse victims to conferences to increase the public's
trust that you are doing the right thing, then dismiss them as invisible once again.
4- Pay for John Jay Reports and such done by more PhD's, and feed them your desired statistics.
5- Have your hired PhD's write more articles concerning your incredible outreach and progress.
6- Pounce on any vocal victims and advocates who come forward to expose the truth.
7- Hire expensive lawyers to eradicate any opposition at any cost.
8- Continue business as usual, and honor and revere the shredding machine as a gift from God.
9- Hire even more PhD's, and continue the charade.
10- Keep trampling victims of clergy, they're hurt and vulnerable, and easy to continue to abuse.
And last, but not least, the most important thing I learned at the conference for sexual abuse in the catholic church is this quote by the sociologist in the conference:
" This can't be fixed."