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Fresno DA: Homosexual Abuse Allegations Against Craig Harrison Are “Credible”

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Fresno law enforcement have found homosexual abuse allegations against a local priest “credible,” but won’t pursue prosecution owing to the statute of limitations. The Fresno County district attorney (D.A.) issued a public statement Friday making clear its decision not to prosecute is not in any way an exoneration. “While the allegations made against Monsignor Harrison […]

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Vatican Urged to Partner with Population Controllers on Pope’s Global Education Pact

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American economist and population control proponent Jeffrey Sachs has announced that potential funding partners for Pope Francis’s May 2020 Global Education Pact to create a “new humanism” include U.S. billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates, China’s wealthiest business magnate, UNESCO and other United Nations agencies, and the Islamic Development Bank. A key means of population control for […]

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WATCH: West Michigan Dioceses Refuse to Release Pedophile Priests Lists

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In the face of an ongoing Michigan Attorney General’s investigation, most of the state’s Catholic dioceses have released lists of priests credibly accused as pedophiles. Those lists include 135 names, 85 of which are in the Detroit archdiocese alone. The only two of the state’s seven dioceses that haven’t released their lists: Grand Rapids and […]

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McCarrick’s Former Secretary: He Was ‘A Devourer Of Souls’

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A priest who was the personal secretary of former cardinal Theodore McCarrick said he is sickened by manipulative fundraising tactics employed while McCarrick was Archbishop of Washington. The priest called McCarrick a “manipulator” and a “devourer of souls.” “For a portion of my priesthood, I worked directly for the foremost fund-raiser in the Church – […]

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The Pope’s Slippery ‘Synodal Way’

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His exhortation about the Amazon synod raises more questions than it answers. Typical of a Jesuit,” said Archbishop Bruno Forte in 2016, as he reflected on the deviously indirect style of Pope Francis. Forte, a close aide to Pope Francis, recalled that the pope didn’t want to spell out his support for Communion for the […]

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WATCH: Cardinal Tobin Hasn’t Lived-Up to Promise of Transparency on Sexual Abuse

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A Catholic Church tribunal has arrived at a long-awaited decision in the case of Monsignor George Trabold — more than five years after he stepped down as pastor of a Millburn parish amid allegations of child sex abuse from decades earlier during his time at a parish in Bergen County. But the Newark Archdiocese declined last […]

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USCCB Staffers Reverse Bishops’ Decision On Abortion

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USCCB “Deep State” Employees Defy Their Bosses At the USCCB’s annual meeting last November, America’s bishops considered updating their document entitled Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizens. The text, published every four years, represents a classic in the genre of boring, meandering memos prepared by large and cumbersome committees. Nonetheless the November debate on the document […]

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Donations to D.C. Archdiocese’s Down Nearly a Third After Year of Controversy

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The Catholic Archdiocese of Washington’s key annual fundraising appeal took in nearly a third less money in 2019, after sexual misconduct and mismanagement scandals involving some of the region’s most prominent Catholic leaders. The archdiocese, which includes the District and its Maryland suburbs, received $10,350,027 for the 2019 Annual Appeal, compared with the 2018 total […]