Concord

In The Light

I firmly believe that you cannot talk about the good of a place and not acknowledge the wrongs that occurred there.  St. Paul’s was a safe haven for me.  I had a very positive experience.  But this is not true for every student or alum.

The school has spent years hiding the truth and many people suffered in silence.  Now those who were dismissed and silenced can speak out freely with the acknowledgement of their pain.

I cannot imagine how someone who experienced the trauma feels but I hope they find comfort in the light after so many years forced into darkness.

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