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Fresno Bishop Quietly Restores Embezzling, Gay Porn Priest

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A California bishop has quietly reinstated a priest with a decades-long track record of active homosexuality, which includes embezzling parish funds. Evidence also shows the priest may have possessed child porn. Bishop Joseph Brennan of the Fresno diocese issued a letter Wednesday announcing he is reinstating Fr. Michael Lastiri: “After much prayer and reflection, I have restored […]

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Cardinal Who Just Endorsed Joe Biden Allows Satanic Music Station in His Diocese

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A Catholic investigative group is asking the Archbishop Joseph Tobin of Newark, New Jersey to shut down a Catholic university’s radio station under his authority that broadcasts “satanic” and “deranged” music. RELATED: Cardinal Tobin Endorses Joe Biden for President? Lepanto Institute (LI) is requesting that Cdl. Tobin close Seton Hall University’s (SHU’s) WSOU radio station in […]

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Lay Catholics Demand Archbishop Gregory Denounce Dems

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A Catholic group is calling on the archbishop of Washington, D.C. to address the anti-Catholicism of the Democratic presidential ticket and their party’s platform. The Catholic Coalition Against Religious Tests for Office on Monday issued a public letter to Abp. Wilton Gregory, urging him to address the anti-Catholicism found in the Democratic Party and its leadership. Signed […]

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Detroit Priest Sues Archdiocese’s Episcopal Vicar For Defamation

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A Detroit priest is suing a fellow priest for fabricating a rape charge against him, leading to his suspension and the ruin of his reputation. On Wednesday, Fr. Eduard Perrone filed a lawsuit alleging defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and false light by Msgr. Michael Bugarin, delegate for clergy misconduct for the archdiocese of Detroit, after Bugarin […]

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New Website to Fight the Good Fight for Fr. Rothrock

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Father Rothrock still awaits Bp. Doherty’s decision regarding the future of his priesthood in the Lafayette diocese. A group of Indiana Catholics has launched a website to help support their embattled priest, who was thrown under the bus by his bishop after he condemned a Marxist front group. Carmel-based Catholics for Unity and Peace (CUP) recently created an […]

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Bishops Calling for Crusade

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Bishops from Colorado and Kansas are designating August to spiritual warfare against social evils, including the Wuhan virus, anti-Catholic violence and abortion. Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver last week designated a daily Rosary for the month of August, listing a few intentions for: The conversion of those who carry out acts of desecration against our churches, statues […]

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Former Albany Bishop Faces Fifth Sex Abuse Lawsuit

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Homosexual child rape is the latest accusation against a former bishop of Albany, New York, now facing at least five cases of sexually abusing minors. Adding his voice to a growing list of sexual abuse allegations, Charles Carr is suing former bishop of Albany Howard Hubbard for raping him as a young altar boy in the […]

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Disgraced Bishop AWOL

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A bishop the Vatican ordered to make amends for sexual abuse and financial malfeasance is nowhere to be found, and the Vatican appears unconcerned. Local media reported on Monday that Bp. Michael Bransfield, the disgraced former bishop of Wheeling-Charleston, has not agreed to a proposed plan of amends, nor has he been in communication with any U.S. church official since […]

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Kansas City Diocese Sued for Abuse Cover-Up

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Lawsuits accuse diocese of being complicit. New lawsuits are accusing the diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph in Missouri covered up and enabled clergy sex abuse. The lawsuits, one filed Tuesday in Jackson County Circuit Court and the other on July 20, were announced Tuesday afternoon at a news conference in Kansas City. The Survivors Network […]

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Bishops’ Bankroll Climate Change

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The U.S. bishops’ dubious charitable agency is funneling a half-million dollars to an activist group battling so-called climate change. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced Wednesday that its domestic anti-poverty arm, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), had approved on June 9 a $500,000 grant to the Direct Action & Research Training Center (DART) for the purpose […]