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  • Rodimer: Psychologist gave me bad advice (Fr. Groeschel, Bishop Rodimer)

    03/04/2003 5:43:12 PM PST · by Dajjal · 11 replies · 959+ views
    North Jersey Herald News zz ^ | March 4, 2003 | Maya Kremenz
    RODIMER: PSYCHOLOGIST GAVE ME BAD ADVICE Tuesday, March 4, 2003 By Maya KremenHerald News The Diocese of Paterson is now placing some of the blame for an alleged serial abuser on a spiritual counselor who said he was fit to return to ministry.The Rev. Benedict Groeschel, a prominent New York Franciscan friar and psychologist, treated James T. Hanley, during the 1980s, after Hanley allegedly abused more than 15 boys in a Mendham parish. Groeschel said at the time that Hanley's problem was alcoholism, not a tendency to abuse minors, according to Marianna Thompson, the diocesan spokeswoman.The diocese removed Hanley...
  • Jason Biggs(who has a Nickelodeon contract)Targets Christians, Ann Romney ...with vile tweets

    08/31/2012 3:10:57 PM PDT · by tookiesrcookies · 27 replies
    Twitchy ^ | 8/31/2012 | Twitchy Staff
    Looks like Jason Biggs is still defiling that pie … if by “pie” you mean “contract with Nickelodeon.” Yesterday Twitchy reported that the “American Pie” actor tweeted about sexually assaulting Paul Ryan’s wife. We know … shocking from an actor who made a name for himself by humping a pie. But Pig Biggs wasn’t done tweeting misogynist filth about political wives. After a disgusting tweet about Ann Romney’s body, he targeted Janna Ryan again by retweeting his wife, Jenny Mollen. ...
  • Drolesky Goes Independent [Tribute to Fr. Schell]

    10/04/2002 3:11:11 PM PDT · by Maximilian · 6 replies · 2,344+ views
    Daily Catholic ^ | Oct 1, 2002 | Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey
    Father Frederick Schell, S.J. Requiescat in pace 1916-2002 Our Lord is so very merciful. He permits us weak vessels of clay enough time here in this vale of tears to learn how stupid we have been in the past, to see how others cooperated with the graces made available to them to see clearly the state of the Church and of the world. This gift of divine mercy is ineffable and gratuitous, thoroughly unmerited. Its bestowal upon a soul is a cause for great rejoicing in the humble recognition that all is grace, that without the graces won for us...
  • Victory in New Jersey

    04/28/2008 10:43:59 AM PDT · by hilaryrhymeswithrich · 69 replies · 2,803+ views
    AAR | April 28,2008 | Hilaryrhymeswithrich
    Victory in New Jersey In solidarity with our friends in Berkeley , on Sunday, April 27th, The Gathering of Eagles told Susie Benjamin and her friends from Code Pink that they were not welcome in New Jersey . What a great day for Eagles and Freepers!
  • 'Some day your cousin is going to be a saint' Pequannock, NJ, family hopes (Catholic Caucus)

    12/16/2007 8:39:52 PM PST · by Coleus · 1 replies · 162+ views
    the Beacon ^ | MICHAEL WOJCIK
    'Some day your cousin is going to be a saint' Pequannock family hopes for canonization of cousin, The Venerable Father Solanus CaseyPEQUANNOCK - Imagine the thrill of discovering a famous artist or politician, who has taken up a branch on your family tree. Take that a step further - imagine the double blessing of having in your family background a possible saint, especially a humble Capuchin priest, known for facilitating God-given "favors" on behalf his many dedicated believers. Fifty years after the death of Venerable Father Solanus Casey, many Catholics continue to believe in his powers of intercession, responsible they...
  • Latin Mass excites Catholic traditionalists in North Jersey

    07/16/2007 5:46:00 PM PDT · by Coleus · 38 replies · 704+ views
    NorthJersey.com ^ | 07.16.07 | JOHN CHADWICK
     Women wore traditional lace head coverings during the Latin Mass at Our Lady of Fatima Chapel in Pequannock. The strict Catholic couple travel 30 miles each Sunday to attend church.  Paul and Margaret Papendick tried worshiping at several parishes closer to their home in Waldwick, but didn't like the changes made in the Roman Catholic Mass during the 1960s and 1970s.  "They took the Latin Mass away from us," Margaret said. "And spirituality was the first thing that left."  So the couple, now in their 70s, attend a West Orange chapel that provides a Mass in Latin and disdains...