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Death, Humiliation, and Slavery in Christian Housing.pdf

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“Those places were the Irish gulags for
women,” said Mary Norris. “When you went
inside their doors you left behind your dignity,
identity and humanity. We were locked up,
had no outside contacts and got no wages
although we worked 10 hours a day, six days a
week, 52 weeks a year. What else is that but
slavery? And to think that they were doing all
this in the name of a loving God! I used to tell
God I hated him.”

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At the "Good Shepherd Orphanage" In Baltimore, Maryland, survivor Pat Noel testifies that aside from
working long hours for the Church, girls were beaten until they were bloody, forced to kneel on concrete
steps for days, shaved, starved, deprived of their names, and coerced into lifelong celibacy. At least one
girl was forced to crawl through her own urine.