It has been incredible to hear your voice tell your awful story. I have choked up and cried when you got emotional. I have felt sick with horror as you described what they put you through. I have sent so much love and compassion your way. I just can’t even imagine the horror. So heartbreaking!! … Read more
Jean and Ed visited City Lights Bookstore in Sylva, NC on June 4, 2022. Click the title to watch the video.
Shane Waters & Gemma Hoskins started a series of episodes after The Keepers aired in 2017. This Podcast was to investigate information shared on that documentary. Listen to Sister Cathy, Part 56: Walking with Aletheia
Your book has blown my mind
I’m being objective when I say that you give an outstanding reading.
– Cara O’Connor
This episode of the Nick Bryant Podcast features survivor Jean Hargadon-Wehner, from the Netflix docuseries “The Keepers.” Jean was the first victim to speak out against the abuse she endured at Archbishop Keough High School. We talk about her experience at Archbishop Kenogh High School, the murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik, and Jean’s road to … Read more
This episode of the Nick Bryant Podcast features survivor Jean Hargadon-Wehner, from the Netflix docuseries The Keepers. Jean was the first victim to speak out against the abuse she endured at Archbishop Keough High School. We talk about her experience at Archbishop Kenogh High School, the murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik, and Jean’s road to … Read more
Netflix’s The Keepers follows the investigation into the 1969 death of Sister Catherine Cesnik, a Baltimore nun and former Archbishop Keough High School teacher. The murder remains, to this day, unsolved, but members of her community believe she was killed to cover up Keough’s allegedly rampant clergy sex abuse. One abuse victim has since come forward publicly, leading many to wonder: What is Jean Hargadon Wehner doing now?
– Bruce Mason
Watch the three part television interview with Jean Hargadon Wehner by WMAR2 Baltimore.
It’s hard to imagine the emotional weight of the authority figures that bore down on Jean when she was a student at Baltimore’s Archbishop Keough High School in the late 1960s. In the end, this is a story about healing, and Jean’s ability to illuminate a powerful road map for others taking this same journey.
– Janet Rudolph