Tu Culpa — The Attorney General Points the Finger of Fault at the Archdiocese of Baltimore

Most Catholics, and many lawyers, know the meaning of the Latin phrase, “mea culpa.” The phrase is literally translated as “through my fault.” It is the foundation of a traditional prayer sometimes recited during the Penitential Act of the Roman Catholic Mass: mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa. Recently, Maryland’s Attorney General issued a report that calls to mind a less well-known Latin phrase: “tu culpa.” Your fault! Our special guest, attorney F.J. Collins, takes issue with the AG’s segregation of liability and joins Serge and Clarke for an interesting, and perhaps provocative, two-part podcast on the Attorney General’s Report on Child Sexual Abuse in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.