The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis said Thursday that it has contacted nearly 50 law enforcement agencies in the past two weeks to provide files on priests accused of child sexual abuse. However, none of 12 metro law enforcement agencies contacted by MPR News confirmed that the archdiocese had offered files to review.
St. Paul Police Chief Thomas Smith criticized the archdiocese in
December for not assisting police in their investigations of clergy
sexual abuse. Victims of abuse and their attorneys have called for
police to force the archdiocese to turn over thousands of files on
priests accused of sexually abusing children. However, Smith and Ramsey
County Attorney John Choi have said they do not have enough evidence to
obtain search warrants.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
A priest who helped found a gay ‘marriage’ advocacy group for Catholics has been suspended from distributing the sacraments or representing himself publicly as a cleric by his bishop.
The National Catholic Register reported Monday that Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles had spoken to Rev. Joseph Palacios, co-founder of Catholics for Equality, a small group created two years ago with strong connections to the Human Rights Campaign.
Palacios described the purpose of his outreach at Princeton University in February 2011, where he called the Church’s faithful the key target for effecting cultural shift in favor of homosexuality.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Thursday, March 28, 2013
How beautiful the faith of the devotee. The CC says so, so it must be true. Also, the catholic devotee belives man wrote the bible, not god. That explains why you can find catholics bowing befor graven images and repeating rote prayers, formula prayers, ordered by their priests. Lets take a look at catholic priests.
For residents of Rome, the sight of courting priests is hardly an anomaly. The phenomenon is a well-known secret here, and one that was largely ignored until last weekend, when the Italian weekly magazine Panorama published a shocking exposé called “Le Notti Brave Dei Preti Gay,” or “Good Nights Out for Gay Priests.” Investigative journalist Carmelo Abbate spent 20 days undercover posing as the boyfriend of a man who ran in gay clerical circles, secretly videotaping the sexual escapades of three Rome-based priests. Abbate caught the priests on hidden camera dirty dancing at private parties and engaging in sex acts with male escorts on church property. He also caught them emerging from dark bedrooms in time to celebrate mass. In one postcoital scene, “Father Carlo” parades around seminaked, wearing only his clerical vestments. Abbate’s “date” even had sex with one of the priests to corroborate the story. “This is not about homosexuality,” Abbate, who is not gay, told NEWSWEEK. “This is about private vices and public virtues. This is about serious hypocrisy in the Catholic Church.”
The Vatican’s Gay Priests
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Friday, March 15, 2013
Hahahahahahaa. Catholics, ive noticed, will say absolutey anything and everything to justify that idolatrous cult of the pedophile priest. Its just a cover for a child porn ring. Good cover; a religion. Wow. Clever.