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Oldest Profession, or Oldest Oppression? Ohio Judge Creates Court for Abused Prostitutes

Oldest Profession, or Oldest Oppression? Ohio Judge Creates Court for Abused Prostitutes

Out of Christian compassion, Paul Herbert created CATCH Court for women arrested on the streets.

In 2008, Paul Herbert was using Rick Warren's The Purpose Driven Life to disciple his teenage daughters on Sunday evenings. They weren't enjoying it much. One night, they turned the tables on him. "One asked me, 'Daddy, what's your purpose in life?' ...

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Sheridan Voysey

June 02, 2012  3:36am

LOVE this story. I've interviewed enough present and former prostitutes to know a little of the horrors shared here. What moves me is a man in the right position of influence doing something redemptive about the problem. Brilliant.

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