The Pope, the Bishops and the Blessing of Homosexual Unions

One of the major reasons a number of former Episcopal clergy converted to Catholicism was because of the Catholic Church’s teaching that views homosexual behavior as contrary to the natural and divine laws. While some of these converts found that they could not work for gay and lesbian bishops, they did not expect to find … Read more

The Homosexual Mafia in High School Seminary

As a sex abuse victims’ advocate and investigative reporter, I have encountered many cases which led me to conclude that the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church is the result in part of a seriously flawed seminary recruitment and formation program that prescribes, but does not often enforce celibacy on the part of seminarians, … Read more

Open Letter To Catholic Media Complicit In The Cover-Up Of Sexual Abuse

April 2, 2022 Dear Shannon Mullen (Catholic News Agency), Jeanette De Melo (National Catholic Register), Greg Erlandson (Catholic News Service), Joshua McElwee (National Catholic Reporter), John L. Allen, Jr. (CRUX), JD Flynn and Ed Condon (The Pillar), The faith of victims of clerical sexual predation, as well as those who were reprised against for exposing … Read more

WATCH: New Report Reveals Ongoing Sexual Predation in Catholic Seminaries

  2021 An unprecedented report addressed to every U.S. Ordinary, the Apostolic Nunciature, and Knights of Columbus leadership releases findings from an 18-month independent investigation which confirm that sexual predation, homosexual misconduct, and cover-ups are devastating U.S. seminaries. A September 17, 2021 press release video may be found at: “Addressing the Present-Day Culture of … Read more

NAC Vice-Rector Steps-Down Amidst Allegations of Homosexual Misconduct

An announcement by the Pontifical North American College (NAC) seminary in Rome confirms that the vice-rector, Father Adam Park, will suddenly “not be returning” to his post at the NAC amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct toward seminarians under his authority.  The Washington D.C. priest is a defendant along with Cardinal Timothy Dolan … Read more

A Mother’s Cry for Justice

When peace activist Anna Jarvis held a memorial service for her mother in 1905, she was determined to have a day set aside to honor all mothers owing to her conviction that a mother is “the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world.” Her efforts came to fruition when President Woodrow … Read more

Bishop-Endorsed Media Outlets Suppress Victim’s Voice

In January 2019, Nick Sandmann returned home from the March for Life in Washington, D.C., where he and his fellow Covington High School students were victims of fake news on the part of CNN and other media outlets. When deceptively edited video clips of Sandmann’s encounter with Native American activist Nathan Phillips were broadcast, many people were quick to condemn … Read more

Bombshell Letter Alleges Culture of Sexual Misconduct at Pontifical North American College

Your Eminences/Excellencies, I regret to inform you that my investigation into allegations of clerical misconduct at the Pontifical North American College (NAC) has revealed that the problems of heterophobia and retaliatory seminary homosexual subcultures is much broader than I had originally reported. Not only have present and past NAC seminarians spoken confidentially of how seminarians … Read more

Pope Francis and Criminal Omission

A divorced woman with two teenage children remarried a man who in time started sexually abusing her daughter. Even though the daughter informed the mother of the abuse, the mother did nothing. When the daughter revealed the abuse to one of her high school teachers, it led not only to the arrest of her stepfather, but it also resulted in the mother losing custody … Read more