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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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Bishop McElroy Tells Catholic Voters Climate Change Death Toll ‘Larger’ Than Abortion

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Abortion and climate change were compared several times in a recent speech by San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy, who insisted Catholics must not be single-issue voters. Playing his part to influence the Catholic vote in the upcoming California presidential primaries, McElroy claimed both abortion and climate change are “core life issues” — while alleging the latter ends […]

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Crookston Priest Still at Treatment Center Over Vague Allegations

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A Minnesota priest placed on administrative leave for vague reasons — by a bishop under multiple investigations for clerical sex abuse cover-up — spent his 22nd day on Tuesday at a facility sometimes weaponized against priests. Dated Jan. 10, the official statement of the Crookston diocese cites “non-criminal, non-sexual boundary violations” as its reasons for placing Fr. […]

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Newark Selling Archbishop’s Opulent Home

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The Newark archdiocese is selling the luxurious estate of former Abp. John Myers, who retired in 2017 after spending $500,000 on its expansion. Newark Cdl. Joseph Tobin announced on Tuesday that he intends to sell the upscale property, noting the decline of Myers’ “physical and mental health” is motivating the archbishop emeritus to relocate to his home state of Illinois. “The archdiocese has begun preparation […]

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Church Historian Says Pope Francis Skating On Thinnest Ice Ever

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A distinguished Church historian who fled the tyranny of Fidel Castro is warning that Pope Francis is theologically “skating on the thinnest ice that anyone — not just living, but dead or watching — is.” “It is very rare” for a pope to be accused of unorthodoxy or perhaps even heresy, Carlos M. N. Eire, professor of History and Religious Studies at Yale […]

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Female Bishop Consecration Quashed

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The consecration of a female Episcopal bishop is being moved out of a Catholic parish after backlash from the faithful, but Richmond Bp. Barry Knestout is lamenting the cancellation. Episcopalians were planning to hold the consecration of Susan Bunton Haynes on Feb. 1 at St. Bede Catholic Church in Williamsburg, Virginia. Local Catholics, including some parishioners at […]

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WATCH: Are Bishops Using ‘Boundary Violation Policies’ To Selectively Persecute Orthodox Priests?

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Have you seen these billboards in your area? Check out the change some parishioners are calling for in Crookston. WDAY TV News Posted by Kenneth Chase WDAY News on Thursday, January 16, 2020   There is something seriously wrong in the Church when it comes to the relationship between many priests and their bishops. There […]

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Bishop Knestout Defends Hosting Consecration of Female Protestant ‘Bishop’

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Faithful Catholics are fuming after it was announced that a woman is to be consecrated a Protestant “bishop” inside a Virginia Catholic church. Saint Bede Catholic Church in Williamsburg will host the ordination and consecration of female Episcopal bishop Susan Bunton Haynes on Saturday, Feb. 1. Haynes is becoming the 11th bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Southern […]