Friday, August 17, 2018

Gay Catholic priests in Penn. rape 1,000 kids

Associated Press (AP); Seth Auberon, Pfc. Sandoval, Crystal Quintero (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
We are not gay priests. We are 500 princes who rule the world with supernatural help.

Bishop Ronald Gainer, of the Harrisburg Diocese, arrives to celebrate mass at the Cathedral Church of Saint Patrick in Harrisburg, Pa., Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. Gainer, who's named in a grand jury report on rampant sexual abuse by Roman Catholic clergy is celebrating a mass of forgiveness, as the Vatican expresses "shame and sorrow" over the burgeoning homosexual child molestation and rape scandal.

Bishop: I have "profound remorse" after sex abuse report
HARRISBURG, Pa. - A Pennsylvania bishop named in a grand jury report on rampant sexual abuse by Roman Catholic clergy said Friday he has "profound remorse" and offers his "heartfelt apology" to the victims.
Ronald GainerWhile acknowledging the church is faced with a "spiritual crisis," Gainer said most of the abuse happened long ago. The diocese has taken "significant and effective measures to protect our children and remove any person who intends to do harm to them," he said.
The grand jury report criticized Gainer for failing to advocate the defrocking of an abusive priest. The diocese defended Gainer, saying he took swift action against that priest and another abusive priest after becoming bishop in 2014.
We made them pay in St. Paul, but they still...
In early August, the diocese released the names of 71 priests and other members of the church who had been accused of child sex abuse and said it was holding accountable all Harrisburg bishops of the last 70 years, announcing their names would be stripped from church properties.
Friday's Mass attracted an unusually large turnout of some 350 worshippers. More

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