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  • News on Fr. Haley and it's sad indeed! (anti-homo whistleblower excommunicated) (Catholic Caucus)

    01/16/2012 4:26:10 PM PST · by mas cerveza por favor · 57 replies
    BISHOP LOVERDE, WHERE IS FR. JAMES HALEY? ^ | January 16, 2012 | Mary Ann Kreitzer
    Well, the word coming down from on high is that Fr. Haley has been excommunicated and defrocked. This has been personally confirmed to me by someone who should know, but don't expect to hear about it anywhere official. There's something about this case that makes authorities skittish. After all, we can't acknowledge the elephant in the sanctuary, the homosexual priest problem. Every new homosexual scandal is met by the three monkeys with ears, eyes, and mouth covered. ("Psst...ignore the elephant until he goes away.") So Fr. Haley will continue to be the invisible man. Strange, isn't it? The Vatican released...
  • Vatican asks Condoleezza Rice to help stop a sex abuse lawsuit

    03/03/2005 1:56:31 PM PST · by old and tired · 14 replies · 528+ views
    National Catholic Reporter ^ | March 3, 2005 | John Allen
    Vatican asks Condoleezza Rice to help stop a sex abuse lawsuit Don't Miss These Other Online Features Vatican asks Condoleezza Rice to help stop a sex abuse lawsuit By John L. Allen Jr. When U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited the Vatican last month, her counterpart, Cardinal Angelo Sodano, asked her to intervene in a Louisville, Ky., law suit that seeks to hold the Vatican financially responsible for the sexual abuse of minors, NCR has learned. Posted Thurs. March 3, 2005 8:54 a.m. CST Is democracy breaking our in the Islamic world? By Bernardo Cervellera ROME -- These days,...
  • Payback Time

    07/28/2002 9:28:34 PM PDT · by yendu bwam · 44 replies · 280+ views
    Los Angeles New Times ^ | July 25, 2002 | Ron Russel
    A new law is expected to unleash a flood of litigation against the L.A. Archdiocese by victims of priestly sex abuse. By Ron Russell More storm clouds are gathering for Cardinal Roger M. Mahony. Police are investigating at least 72 of his current and former priests for child molestation. New accusers surface almost daily. Despite fierce resistance, a grand jury has forced him to turn over records related to three accused clerics. More subpoenas appear inevitable. L.A. County district attorney Steve Cooley says he will pursue the sex-abuse scandal afflicting the nation's largest Roman Catholic archdiocese wherever it leads, even...
  • How Dissident "Catholic" Groups are Trying to Make Gains from the Scandal

    05/30/2002 11:03:34 AM PDT · by Antoninus · 80 replies · 903+ views
    On EWTN radio this morning, I heard a program called "Living His Life Abundantly" with Johnnette Benkovic. Some of you may be familiar with this program. Johnnette's guest today was Mary Jo Anderson, a business woman and mother who turned reporter in response to attacks on the Church from within. What she had to say on today's show was very disturbing and contained a lot of information I had never heard before. Here's the blurb on the show from the LHLA web site: ---------------------------------------- How are dissident groups which claim to be "Catholic" using the current scandal to their advantage?...
  • Title: The Pope Recognizes That Pederasty is a "Crime" (Spanish Press w/English Translation)

    04/23/2002 1:30:56 PM PDT · by AmericanInTokyo · 32 replies · 473+ views
    El Pais (Madrid, Spain) English Translation ^ | 23 April 2002 | Spanish Wire Services
    Translation from Original Spanish from today's article: 'The Pope Recognizes That Pederasty is a "Crime" ' The Vatican summons an extraordinary meeting to treat the sexual scandals carried out by several priests about the U.S.A. The Pope recognizes that pederasty (pederastia) is a "crime" AGENCIES | City of the Vatican With the presence of the Pope, thirteen cardinals of the U.S.A., seven of the Bar and four archbishops will tomorrow look for during today and in the Vatican an exit to the pederasty scandals in which they have been themselves involved American bishops and priests. The Pontiff has been...