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The diocese filed a joint motion with a creditor's committee asking a bankruptcy court to approve the review of the church's insurance back to The motion filed in U. Bankruptcy Court said Travelers Companies Inc. It asks the court to subpoena all Travelers' documents regarding the diocese's insurance coverage from to Posted by Kathy Shaw at 7: A few weeks back, dotCommonweal contributor Paul Lauritzen generously offered to helm an experiment in podcasting for the site.

His first effort is an interview with Fr. Donald Cozzens, author of Freeing Celibacy. The interview focuses on the sexual-abuse scandals--including due process for accused priests--and other happy subjects. You can listen to the minute podcast below, or download it right here. Posted by Kathy Shaw at 6: The following editorial appeared in the recently released issue of The National Herald.

Online subscribers can read the original article online. After a long and disturbing refusal to do the right thing, Archbishop Demetrios finally decided, as we are reporting today, to defrock Fr. Nicholas Katinas, for allegedly sexually molesting young children over a period of decades.

Better late than never, as the proverb goes. But why the foot dragging from the Archbishop on a case that was clear cut from the beginning?

Posted by Kathy Shaw at 4: The following article appeared in the recently released issue of The National Herald. Just ask Mayor Mike Bradley. In a recent interview with CBC radio about the St.

Peter's Church closure, the mayor said lawsuits launched by children who were sexually assaulted by the Catholic clergy had contributed, in part, to the demise of St. It's a logically-drawn conclusion and one no one can argue with, but it's one that local sexual abuse survivors took exception to.

A lawyer representing victims of the notorious Father Charles Sylvestre an area priest who stole the innocence of so many young girls has publicly chastised the mayor for his comments.

Posted by Kathy Shaw at Banko, the former Milford priest convicted in of molesting an altar boy, will let a jury decide whether he is guilty of similar charges during an upcoming trial set to begin Nov.

Banko, 61, was indicted last year on one count of first-degree aggravated sexual assault and one count of second-degree endangering the welfare of a child. Prosecutors claim Banko sexually assaulted a child younger than 16 from Sept. The indictment came after the Diocese of Metuchen referred allegations it had received to the Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office. The diocese serves parishes in Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset and Warren counties. Should talks fail, Adler will decide on Aug.

Brom's lawyers, meanwhile, are again challenging the constitutionality of a state law that lifted the statute of limitations and opened a one-year window in to file lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by clergy dating back decades. Timothy Roman Catholic Church's youth choir was arrested by Costa Mesa detectives Thursday on suspicion of molesting one of his students more than a decade ago.

Authorities began investigating Albert Lee Schildknecht, 56, of Laguna Niguel in May after a year-old woman complained to the Orange County Sheriff's Department that her former choir director forced her to have a sexual relationship with him when she was just Costa Mesa detectives took over the investigation after Sheriff's investigators said any potential abuse in their jurisdiction happened beyond the ten years prosecutors have to file charges in sexual abuse cases, a Sheriff's spokesman said.

Daniel McCormack, whose alleged abuse of boys rocked the Archdiocese of Chicago, is expected to plead guilty to five felonies Monday, sources said. Under the terms of the deal, McCormack, 38, will plead guilty to five counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and likely receive a five-year prison term, the sources said. The plea agreement must be approved by Judge Thomas Sumner, who has indicated he will accept it, according to sources.

McCormack could have faced up to seven years in prison. A Pentecostal prelate, Rev. The pastor reportedly had sexual interaction with the victim more than three times, but threatened her not to tell his wife.

A list of names of area men purported to comprise a clan of pedophiles began to crumble like a falling house of cards at the Cornwall Public Inquiry Thursday.

Ron Leroux told the commission several of the names on a list of priests, police officers, lawyers and businessmen he has often claimed in the past he saw in a variety of locations in various groupings and whom he claimed to have witnessed sexually assaulting young boys don't belong there.

Outside the hearing, a lawyer for the Alexandria-Cornwall Roman Catholic Diocese said Leroux's testimony is proof many of the pillars upon which rumours of a clan of pedophiles having operated in the city for years have no foundation.

I'm referring to the seemingly endless revelations involving Roman Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse. Since the scandal broke nationwide in , the allegations, criminal charges and court settlements continue. They're sad chapters in a long-running tragedy; many of the allegations stem from decades earlier. The latest incident occurred Sunday in Pennsylvania, where a longtime priest, the Rev.

Rosensteel, 64, committed suicide by jumping off a bridge. Rosensteel's death came two days after his diocesan bishop said he'd refer allegations of sex abuse against Rosensteel, dating to the s, to local police. Let me be clear: Of course these and similar allegations should be investigated, especially by law enforcement authorities. Church leaders aren't equipped - nor do they have the credibility because of past cover-ups - to probe such accusations.

If charges and convictions are warranted, I have no pity for the priests. By Kay Ebeling Friday Roundup: Although this afternoon the ArcScanWeb was down once again so I wasn't able to look at anything. Once again as everyone else in Room merrily viewed their screens, mine were all blank white or "access denied.

The blank white screens are the creepy ones. I clicked a promising document, Java opened and -- a blank white screen. I felt a chill like Mahony's ethereal footprint.

Plus lately even when Church Attorneys do file documents, even the title does not show up in the public access database. In every hearing last week, the "papers filed by defendant" that created the hearing just were not in the database at all.

Posted by Kathy Shaw at 9: The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego stared into the face of big payouts——for the sins of pedophile priests it long harbored——and declared bankruptcy. The diocese has clearly erred in reporting its finances.

But how does it fairly compensate victims and not break the bank at local parishes? A stiff breeze shoots rain pellets into your cold face. You step into the vast jury-pool room at the Federal Court Building on Front Street, after passing through the metal detector and handing over a tape recorder and camera-equipped cell phone.

No recording devices are permitted inside. But there is plenty to see and hear, and there are heart-wrenching stories to consider. An ungodly battle is buffeting through this bankruptcy court. Back on February 27—the day before the first of a slew of pedophile-priest cases was going to state court—the diocese filed for Chapter That halted the trials. Now alleged victims—grown men and women who say their youthful innocence was tainted or stolen—are here by the dozens.

After a lengthy hail of legal questions and answers from diocese officials, here comes a creditor to sit at the U-shaped table at the front of the jury-pool room. Dianna Williams trembles as she slips on reading glasses. Directly across the table is Bishop Robert Brom. His hair is white, and he wears a clerical collar and black robe.

A foot-tall cross hangs on a chain around his neck. He sits flanked by lawyers and a small coterie of church officials. In church hierarchy, Bishop Brom reports only to the Vatican. He is the highest-ranking Roman Catholic in San Diego. He is also the sole proprietor of the corporation that is the local diocese.

The subject may deny the reality of the unpleasant fact altogether, admit the fact but deny its seriousness minimization , or admit both the fact and seriousness but deny responsibility.

X, a long-time attorney for the Baptist General Convention of Texas, recently posted some online comments that, I believe, illustrate denial on the subject of clergy sex abuse.

His comments were originally posted on the Spiritual Samurai blog, and I reposted them here. Why should anyone care what Mr. X has been advising the BGCT about clergy sex abuse for over a decade. Consider just one example: Posted by Kathy Shaw at 8: Robert Osborne, the former head of Vianney High School, acrimony over the court case continues.

The Marianists Roman Catholic order settled the suit involving an year-old boy, who accused Osborne, 74, of molesting him two years ago when he was a student there.

Osborne left the school after the allegations of abuse became public. The presidential candidate replied in the language of the church: I'm a Catholic, and that's the way I resolve those issues, personally and privately. Giuliani has invoked his Catholic heritage on Larry King; he's been described by The Washington Post as a "devout Catholic"; he's appeared on Fox News with the label "Catholic" floating on-screen; and he's handled a CNN debate question about a bishop who denounced him with a declaration unfamiliar to those who covered him as mayor.

It's a very important part of my life. Alan Placa is not just a major figure in Giuliani's marital life: He baptized both of Giuliani's children, and though already stripped of his priestly powers, he was given special dispensation from his bishop in Long Island to preside at Helen Giuliani's September funeral.

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The reason I'm posting them is because I want every survivors and individual who supports survivors to realize how powerful their voices can be when they unite and speak out. Many of us are afraid to come out and say "I was abused". Yet, if at least a quarter of us used our voices we could make the laws in the United States, Canada, Israel and beyond that much better.

What I think is important about these two video's is that it can show survivors what it's like to provide testimony at a legislative hearing. The Chief Rabbinate will discuss a proposal to strip rabbis found guilty of sexual offenses of their title, Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported on Tuesday. The matter arose following an ongoing investigation against a Nahariya rabbi for raping minors. Safed Chief Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu came up with the proposal, according to which a committee will be set up to examine accusations against rabbis accused of sexual offenses and will hear all parties before revoking the rabbi's title.

In a letter sent to the members of the Chief Rabbinate, Eliyahu wrote, "Someone in the position of a rabbi should be a man of values, moral and conscience, an impeccable man, and certainly innocent of forbidden sexual relations. Mistrial declared in Va. Statement by David Clohessy of St.

We are deeply saddened that James' brave efforts to expose the Vermont Catholic hierarchy's corruption has been delayed and deeply outraged that, once again, church defense lawyers bend and break the rules to protect unscrupulous church officials. Time and time again, all across the country, the same pattern emerges: Catholic figures will do almost anything to prevent being questioned in open court about clergy sex crimes cover ups.

Today's travesty proves again that church authorities care only about themselves, their reputations and their comfort, not about victims, Catholics, or the truth. We believe what the Bible said, that 'the truth will set you free' and what Martin Luther King said, that 'no lie lives forever. At this point the jury trial in the Miani cases is September I would have given equal time to their case. Stephen's Episcopal School chaplain accused of molesting students in the s may have also sexually assaulted minors at a church and school he later served in Houston, according to a letter sent last week from the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.

Tucker, who retired in , worked at St. Stephen's just west of Austin for a decade before becoming rector of St. James Church in Houston in Don Wimberly, bishop of the Houston-based diocese, last month informed St. Stephen's alumni of the allegations. Wimberly sent another letter last week to people affiliated with St.

James Church and School saying he thought that the abuse claims had substance. Diocesan officials said they are investigating the matter and have alerted authorities in Austin and Houston.

However, the appearance may be postponed until Tuesday. Police arrested Boothe Friday afternoon in Raleigh. Boothe faces 12 counts of statutory rape, six counts of sexual offense, four counts of taking indecent liberites with a child, one count attempted first degree sex offense and one count of third degree sexual exploitation of a child.

A year-old-girl is willing to go to court and try to prove that her minister abused his position and broke the ultimate trust. A jury trial for a youth pastor is now underway in Pocatello. The trial of youth pastor Joshua Robinson began on Tuesday. The day began with choosing 12 jurors and one alternate. Chittenden Superior Court Judge Ben Joseph stunned a full courtroom gathered to hear the fourth day of testimony in a civil lawsuit brought by James Turner against the statewide Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington.

Turner, a year-old Northeast Kingdom native, tearfully testified Monday that the former Rev. Alfred Willis performed oral sex on him when he was 16 and staying at a Latham, N. Roman Catholics in the Diocese of Norwich should be relieved to know that the hard-earned money they drop into collection baskets does not pay for settlements to victims of priest sexual abuse.

For years diocesan explanations of where the settlement money came from have been murky. Reilly handled allegations of sexual abuse by priests. Included were statements from a diocesan attorney that some settlement money came from weekly Mass collections.

A veteran priest from the Altoona-Johnstown Catholic Diocese is dead after charges of sexual misconduct are alleged against him. The complainant had alleged that Rosensteel engaged in inappropriate behavior with a minor. He had been on medical leave from Holy Rosary Parish in the Juniata section of Altoona, since earlier this year.

In a statement released late Monday, Diocese Bishop Joseph Adamec said he was saddened over what happened and he went on to say the allegations were being processed through the appropriate channels consistent with the church policies.

Adamec said a silent termination agreement was in the works that would have allowed Rosensteel to retire with some type of ministry. Hall believes that part of the reason for the keen interest in the show is a fascination in mainstream American culture with the priesthood.

By Phil Ray, pray altoonamirror. Rosensteel died from multiple injuries caused by the foot drop from the bridge on Route over Stonycreek River, Cambria County Coroner Dennis Kwiatkowski said. Rosensteel was not dressed as a priest at the time of his death at 7: Rosensteel, a veteran priest who once served in Gallitzin and Johnstown, killed himself Sunday on the eve of an announcement that sex abuse allegations against him would be referred to law enforcement.

Rosensteel, an Ebensburg native who at various times during his year career had served at the former St. Patrick parish in Gallitzin and St. At the June 7 hearing that may lead to the opening of some accused priest personnel files came this dialogue:.

What about the need of the state in this instance to protect children from further molestation? We have institutions for that and they're not in this courtroom. There are other individuals out there still in the shadows of society and they still pose a danger to society. Vermont's first civil trial alleging that the Roman Catholic Diocese negligently protected pedophile priests ended abruptly and unexpectedly Monday in a mistrial.

The judge explained that the lawyers for Vermont's Roman Catholic Diocese broke the rules when they cross-examined the man who is suing the church for millions. McManus last year accepted Rev. Turner sued former Rev. Alfred Willis and the Diocese over a incident in which he said Willis performed a sex act on him and another incident in which Willis allegedly tried to do so again.

Willis settled out of court and was removed as a defendant in the case, which was the first naming the Diocese to go to trial. Fortyyear-old James Turner fought back tears at times as he recalled the encounter, when he says former priest Alfred Willis performed a sex act on him.

Turner settled out of court with Willis but is still suing the Diocese of Burlington for at least a million dollars.

Posted by Kathy Shaw at 2: Russell, the diocesan finance officer, said the payments made to victims from the fund have come from investment earnings by the diocese and not from the principal. He declined to say how much is in the account and could not say where all the money in the account has come from as it has accumulated over the past 54 years. Some of it, he said, was the result of investments made by the diocese. Alton Walston was charged with attempted unlawful sexual contact, a felony, in June and was indicted by a Franklin County grand jury in November.

He said as a result of the new evidence, the state was no longer confident Walston could be prosecuted beyond a reasonable doubt. Did Robin Williams go too far? Five months later, the pastor joined her husband behind bars. He was not there for inmate ministry. While not personally affected by the scandal, the disappointment stung Lewis.

Churches are learning that the preacher in the pulpit should not be accepted on his word alone. Scandalous stories of bad pastors floating from one church to the next have also made some wonder whether denominations where there is little oversight over congregations are even more vulnerable to clergy abuse. As the debate on so called 'chemical castration' for sex offenders ignites, it has been acknowledged that a programme of treatment for paedophile priests in the US uses chemical libido suppressants in combination with counselling.

With allegations of child sexual abuse surrounding the Catholic Church, one Kentucky Southern Baptist pastor wants to make sure the same scrutiny doesn't befall the 24 hundred Baptist churches in Kentucky. Last May 13 an article entitled "Giuliani Spins Name in Gold" mentioned that one of his partners was "a former Roman Catholic priest accused of covering up sexual abuse in the church".

After a research, that undisclosed name is former Monsignor Alan Placa. The page report from the Suffolk County grand jury was written after more than 30 priests and more than 40 victims of abuse testified. The grand jury also examined thousands of church records over a nine-month period. June 24, Bishop Casey Returns Bishop Eamonn Casey pic'd here has now returned to his home in Shanaglish in County Galway after a bad fall he suffered back in April of this year. However, like many others in this country, he is frustrated at the slow pace of the Vatican giving him the clearance to return to the pulpit where he rightly belongs, and this despite his having being cleared by the investigating authorities in Ireland.

One has now to start wondering what the hell is going on and why the Vatican are dragging their heels on this And then they wonder why so many did not believe they acted properly when dealing with the allegations of CSA down through the years In the last decade, clerical abuse scandals involving Roman Catholic priests erupted in the United States and several European and Latin American countries.

Yet in Italy — a bastion of Catholicism — the issue never came to the surface and never made headlines. Peter's Square, outside Pope Benedict XVI's apartments, about 30 people gathered to demand justice for victims of clerical sex abuse. Some held a banner proclaiming "Stop the Vatican Cover-Up. This was the final event of a day-long symposium on clerical sex abuse organized by the Radical Party on the premises of the Italian parliament.

This is the link to various interviews conducted during a demonstration Friday just outside of the Vatican. Interviewees include Houston, Texas, lawyer Daniel J. Joseph Birmingham and subject of his brother's film "Hand of God"; Maurizio Turco, member of the Italian parliament and officer of Anticlericale. American film maker Joe Cultrera was interviewed in English after showing his film "Hand of God" to the Chamber of Deputies in parliament.

He tells the story of his brother Paul and abuse he sustained as a youngster by the late Rev. Joseph Birmingham in Salem, Mass. The day began with the screening of an American documentary, broadcast in January on PBS, by filmmaker Joe Cultrera about his brother Paul, a victim of clerical sex abuse.

Shea's speech to the Chamber of Deputies, Italian Parliament. I appreciate the kind introduction and admit that I do not stand here in Rome, arguably the center of Western civilization, without a certain sense of trepidation.

Nevertheless I turn to the two subjects I have been asked to address. First, a brief synopsis of the lawsuit that brought then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger before the bar of American justice as a civil defendant — before, during, and after the time of his election to the papacy. Then secondly, what are the lessons that, from my limited personal perspective, believe we can learn from this painful experience. First the story of Cardinal Ratzinger.

Thus, in late , I had heard that some type of instruction had been issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Being no stranger to the Vatican website www. The May 18, letter also imposed pontifical secrecy on internal church proceedings and ordered all the Acts or transcripts of those proceedings sent to the Vatican. I could elaborate at length about the May 18, letter. Then of course, there was the reference in the May 18, letter to Crimen sollicitationis, a document of the same Congregation, bearing the signature of Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani, and purportedly having the approval of Pope John XXIII.

Knowing this history of those two, I do not believe for an instant that Papa Giovanni ever knew of the issuance of that document under his name — but that is another story for another day. In any event, crimen appeared in a footnote as having been printed in by the Vatican Polyglot Press but it had no reference to having ever been published in the Acta Apostolice Sedis.

Thus, the hunt was on for a copy of crimen, led chiefly by my good friend, the journalist, Kathy Shaw. It simply arrived in my office one day in a plain brown envelope, no return address, Latin original and English translation. The BBC certainly did a magnificent job of bringing it to public attention. For purposes of brevity let me say only this. Otherwise the document speaks for itself. How I then became involved in lawsuits on behalf of victims is another story in itself and I omit it here, other than to move forward to the lawsuit in Houston against the Diocese of Galveston-Houston.

The perpetrator in that case was a seminarian acting as a deacon. He had come to the US from Colombia and after the abuse was discovered, the suit alleges he was spirited out of the country by the diocese.

How many times have we heard that story! Ultimately, the Harris County District Attorney issued an arrest warrant for the perpetrator and he became a fugitive from Texas justice. This was the salient fact that caused us to add Joseph Ratzinger as a defendant in the Texas lawsuit in December Ironically, a female federal judge of Jewish ancestry.

We all know the history after that. Ratzinger, of course, was elected and took the name Benedict XVI. Meantime, he was still a defendant before Judge Rosenthal. Thus, in May , we appeared before Judge Rosenthal. The suit is still pending. A meeting 28 years ago between the bishop of the state's Roman Catholic diocese and Chittenden County prosecutors became a focus of attention Thursday during the second day of a priest-child molestation trial in Burlington.

Susan Via, a former deputy prosecutor, testified by videotape that Bishop John Marshall met with then Chittenden County State's Attorney Mark Keller, herself and two other deputy prosecutors in after parents of several altar boys in Milton complained that their sons had been molested by the Rev.

Even today, it is the memory of his abuser's body pressing down on his slight frame that makes him shudder most. His abuser was a male relative, and he would get Peter to babysit and then pounce on him after returning home with his wife. As she slumbered upstairs, her husband would assault him in the living room.

Even four decades on, he finds it difficult to explain. Only when he reached the age of 13 did Peter find the courage to tell his abuser to stop. His respite was short-lived: Rodney Keith Boothe, 39, was affiliated with the Greater Church of Deliverance on North Cherry Street when he was involved in sexual relationships with the boys, court papers said.

Boothe has been charged with numerous counts of statutory rape, indecent liberties and related charges. June 24, BOSTON, June 23 — Voice of the Faithful, the lay group formed in response to the sexual abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic Church, is calling for the Vatican to review the requirement that priests be celibate, saying the policy may have played a role in the scandal. The position represents a shift in the approach of the organization, which has avoided raising such controversial issues.

It comes as Voice of the Faithful faces a budget deficit from a drop-off in large donations and finds itself at a crossroads in direction. What we have to do is convince the average Catholic that there is a strong continuing need for an independent lay voice in the governance of the Catholic Church. An official for the state's Roman Catholic diocese admitted Friday the diocese hid information about priests who had molested children until a national bishops' group mandated it end such secrecy.

The mandates were issued by the U. Conference of Catholic Bishops in the s. Searles, under questioning by O'Neill, also acknowledged the diocese chose to protect the Rev. Alfred Willis' privacy, rather than report him to the police, after it had received multiple claims that he had molested boys in Milton and Burlington in the late s.

Monsignor Alan Placa has denied wrongdoing. He's been suspended from the clergy since , amid abuse allegations. Giuliani's security consulting business has hired Placa, who's also a lawyer and a childhood friend of the former New York City mayor. Even as the Southern Baptist Convention studies the feasibility of creating a database of sex offenders in the ministry, its Kentucky counterpart is considering ways to help its churches do background checks on potential staff and volunteers. The studies come as Baptists and other Protestant churches are drawing closer scrutiny over their handling of sexual abuse, an issue that has led to a widespread scandal in the Roman Catholic Church and prompted that church to bar all abusers from ministry.

Judge Joe Vespa ruled the plaintiffs had waited too long after the alleged incidents to sue under Illinois law. Thomas Grade School in Peoria Heights. Bush has been removed from public ministry and now lives in Rock Island. Both men also have been removed from public ministry. Gerald Sudol believed he would be kicked out of the Catholic priesthood after a man accused him of sexual abuse two decades ago and the Archdiocese of Newark signed a five-figure settlement with the man's family.

A canonical trial acquitted Sudol, and he was reassigned to work at a hospice. Gerry" was honored at a festive, church-sponsored jubilee for the 25th anniversary of his ordination.

The case highlights the complexities facing the Catholic Church since it adopted the so-called "Dallas Charter" five years ago in the wake of damning revelations that church leaders for decades covered up child sex abuse by priests. The charter, hashed out by Catholic bishops meeting in Dallas, mandated all accusations be investigated and certain steps be taken to prevent future abuse.

Now the coin dealer - First Fidelity Reserve - is facing a separate lawsuit claiming it used high-pressure tactics to push elderly customers into making bad investments. The year-old priest is among possible victims.

In a deposition, Colleen Head, an employee at the Catholic Church in Delray Beach in Florida, told investigators that Fr Skehan had once inadvertently charged a large sum to his American Express card for coins from a Texas dealer. Rudy Giuliani plans to keep a priest, suspended by the church in a child sex scandal, on his payroll, his spokeswoman said yesterday. The Republican presidential candidate's show of loyalty to his childhood friend came in the face of a call from the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests for Giuliani to fire Msgr.

Alan Placa from his security consulting business. But spectators in Chittenden Superior Court on Friday were surprised when a Vermont Catholic official stopped reading aloud personnel records as instructed because he felt they were too lurid.

Wendell Searles, former second-in-command at the diocese, sat on the witness stand in the case of James Turner, a year-old Derby native who charges the Rev. Turner's lawyer, Jerome O'Neill, alleges the diocese knew Willis was just one of several priests who had questionable sexual histories but were still assigned to Vermont churches where they went on to molest children.

To prove his point, O'Neill asked the year-old Searles to read aloud confidential church paperwork. Judge Ben Joseph apologized but said yes, only to have O'Neill offer to read the paragraph himself.

The lawyer then read about someone else testifying of Willis: I said, 'There's something wrong with you, Al. AP - The man suing the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington over priest sex abuse he claims to have suffered in the s isn't going to take the stand until Monday. Alan Placa despite a new call by an advocacy group for priest-abuse victims to fire the suspended priest from his consulting firm, a Giuliani aide said Friday.

Network of Those Abused by Priests, after Salon Web-magazine ran a story Friday about the 5-year-old allegations of molesting students against Placa and his job at Giuliani Partners. But Giuliani will not fire Placa, who is also an attorney, from his consulting job, said Giuliani Partners spokeswoman Sunny Mindel.

The boys who said William Mueller abused them in their teens contend they've been cheated out of many of life's simple pleasures, and are haunted by Mueller's actions. In adulthood, life's most intimate moments, those times that husbands and wives cherish, are awkward at best for some of Mueller's accusers.

Some have said their faith was rattled or lost. Others are short-tempered with the people who love them most. They've said it's difficult for them to trust anyone, particularly authority figures. Mary's High School in St. Louis during the early s. Are Muslims and teachers special? But the law does not apply equally to the public sector. Karen Peterson, the principal sponsor of the bill, took umbrage at our charge that unequal justice is at work. She further admits that the state has the right to claim sovereign immunity, and that it is up to the courts to decide whether it should apply.

Thus did she verify our charge that there are two standards in play. Greg Lavelle, who is sponsoring a bill that would mandate an equal playing field, called our office requesting data on public school teachers who abuse kids.

Love, 37, faces four counts of aggravated battery and four counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. The defense agreed to comply with that request. There was more testimony Friday indicating Vermont's Roman Catholic Diocese had a longtime policy of protecting pedophile priests from prosecution and protecting itself from lawsuits. The testimony came from a retired priest who worked with four bishops on church policy including new policies aimed at preventing priest sex abuse.

During his testimony, Father Searles acknowledged that for decades the Diocese did not notify police when they received complaints about pedophile priests. Searles testified that the Diocese also concealed the predators' personnel records. Nonetheless, this Diocese wanted to protect his privacy. Is that right, sir? A man who says he was molested by a priest 30 years ago broke down in tears Friday as a former church official read aloud in court a letter he wrote to the church, describing the incidents.

James Turner, 46, of Virginia Beach, Va. Wendell Searles read the letter on the witness stand. In it, Turner said former Rev. Alfred Willis performed a sex act on him as he slept in a Latham, N. According to Turner, Willis — who has since been defrocked — molested him as he slept.

Ronald Becker, of Raintree Court, could face between five and 10 years in prison if convicted, according to Nicole Albert, an assistant prosecutor at the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office who is handling the case. Becker was indicted May Becker was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest in , with his last assignment being in the Diocese of Trenton. In , the diocese removed his faculties, prohibiting him from functioning as a priest, according to a March statement from the diocese.

He had not had a church assignment since , and neither the victim nor her immediate family were parishioners of a church that Mr. Becker was assigned to during his tenure, according to the diocese. Salon details Giuliani keeping a priest -- who is a life-long friend -- on the payroll of his consulting firm despite being accused of covering up more than 60 incidents of molestation and being involved in some cases.

The report then goes into detail about Priest F's relationship with at least three young men. Advocates for victims of priest sexual abuse called on U.

Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani on Friday to fire a childhood friend and priest who was hired by Giuliani's security consulting business after being suspended from the clergy amid allegations he abused children. SNAP also contends that Placa abused children. The diocese filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy in October after facing mounting litigation from people who claim they were sexually abused by priests.

Since then, the diocese says more reports of abuse have been reported, but it doesn't have the personnel to look into the claims. Rudy Giuliani's consulting firm, Giuliani Partners, has for years employed a Catholic priest who was accused by a grand jury of orchestrating the over-up of nearly 60 separate molestations allegations -- a priest who allegedly partook of the activities himself.

The priest, Alan Placa, is one of Giuliani's oldest friends; in turn, Giuliani has become Placa's highest-profile defender. This is a remarkable story about how, for Giuliani, the bonds of friendship can survive even the highest levels of moral radioactivity. If the court documents are accurate, if the allegations are true, even in part, it's also the story of a very troubled priest who abused the trust of his young charges.

I first learned about this story earlier this year, when Giuliani opponents circulated a Newsday article at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Today, Salon fills in some of the blanks.

Clark's sexual-abuse conviction was overturned by Kentucky's highest court and he was released from state prison yesterday and returned to the Bullitt County Jail. Bullitt County Commonwealth's Attorney Mike Mann says a decision on whether he will be tried again should be made in the coming days.

If the year-old Clark gets a new trial, he's expected to be released on bond. Loyalty is what inspired the former mayor of New York to make Bernard Kerik, once his personal driver, the commissioner of the New York Police Department, and then a partner in his consulting firm, and then to suggest him to President Bush as a potential head of the Department of Homeland Security.

After revelations about Kerik's personal history derailed his bid for the federal post, Giuliani demonstrated that there were limits to loyalty. He has distanced himself from Kerik, who resigned from Giuliani's firm and later pleaded guilty to corruption charges. Giuliani has not, however, sought to distance himself from another, much closer friend whose personal baggage is also inconvenient, and would send most would-be presidents running.

Placa, who was part of a three-person team that handled allegations of abuse by clergy for the Diocese of Rockville Centre, is referred to as Priest F in the grand jury report. The report summarizes the testimony of multiple alleged victims of Priest F, and then notes, "Ironically, Priest F would later become instrumental in the development of Diocesan policy in response to allegations of sexual abuse of children by priests.

Five years after he was suspended from his duties because of the abuse allegations, Placa is currently listed as "priest in residence" at St. Aloysius Church in Great Neck, N.

In addition, Placa co-owns a penthouse apartment in Manhattan with Riordan, the latest in a half-dozen properties the two men have owned in common at various times since the late s. Lawyers for a man suing the statewide Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington charged Thursday that the late Vermont Bishop John Marshall tried to intimidate prosecutors investigating the Rev. Alfred Willis before the priest was defrocked in for molesting boys. Church leaders are defending themselves in Chittenden Superior Court in a case brought by James Turner, a year-old Derby native who alleges Willis performed oral sex on him when he was 16 and staying at a Latham, N.

But three decades ago, according to Turner's attorney, the diocese was able to keep other abuse allegations from being heard by a judge and jury.

A Chabad man serves as the hazzan of a Chabad synagogue. Several years ago, outside another synagogue after a community event, the Chabad hazzan sexually assaults a woman who is a member of the Chabad synagogue. He is eventually arrested and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of lewd conduct.

He is sentenced, serves a very brief time, is given probation and community service. Meanwhile, the victim civilly sues Chabad, in part because she claims Chabad sheltered the hazzan. Did a former Catholic Bishop threaten prosecutors with committing a sin if they arrested a pedophile priest? That charge was made Thursday in a Burlington court where a Virginia man is seeking damages from the Burlington Roman Catholic Diocese. He claims he was abused by a former priest -- and Diocese leaders could have prevented it.

Thursday's testimony at the Superior Court in Burlington focused on the late Bishop John Marshall and his alleged personal intervention with prosecutors to protect a predatory priest.

Via says when Keller rejected the Bishop's offer, Marshall appeared to become angry, sat back stiffly in his chair, and threatened Keller and the Roman Catholic prosecutors in the room with divine retribution. He said, "that this could be viewed by the church as Mark committing the crime of the sin of scandal," said Via. The Report shows that the Catholic Church in England and Wales continues to make progress in the work of safeguarding children and young people.

Behind these figures lies a huge amount of work which involves thousands of people who freely give their time to contribute to achieving the aims set out by Lord Nolan in his report A Programme for Action Vau is reportedly heading back to Houston. Investigators are reporting that the victim was a female between the age of 8 to 14, and that Vau may have targeted multiple youngsters during several marriages and had access to young children during those relationships.

June 21, -- I now reprise an old news story. So, read on and pay attention. Five years ago a widening scandal - claims of priests accused of sexually abusing children - caused Boston Catholics to nearly drop their prayer books. Allegations were the reigning cardinal took no action to stop the abuse. Massachusetts' attorney general claimed the archdiocese engaged in "an elaborate scheme" to stifle the issue. Of this reigning cardinal, CNN reported Dec. He's hurt a lot of people.

He's deceived a lot of people. Vatican sources stated Cardinal Law's future, due to this "monumental tragedy of abuse of children by priests," is he "will most likely be in retirement status. He's living in The Vatican. His own apartment inside the hallowed halls. His position is that of adviser to the pope. Sort of a papal consigliere. Those who just saw him and actually spoke with him say they summoned the nerve to mention the subject of his Boston diocese.

They say he put his head in his hands. He would not comment. The Regional Court in Bulgaria's city of Plovdiv decided to leave behind bars the clergyman, arrested April 27 for sexually abusing two underage girls. The year-old Emil Miliyonov was the parish priest of three villages around the town of Parvomai.

The parents of one of the victims, both at the age of 13 lodged a complaint against the priest in the local court. Daniel Clark, 59, was moved to Bullitt County Jail a month after the Kentucky Supreme Court overturned his convictions on first-degree sexual abuse for molesting two boys between and David Lambertus, Clark's attorney, argued that the Bullitt County jury that convicted Clark was not instructed properly by the trial judge.

Lambertus said the trial judge also erred by allowing prosecutors to introduce evidence that Clark pleaded guilty in to sexual abuse and sodomy. The court overturned the conviction based on those two arguments.

The intent of this provision, said Hale, was to warn the community about the extent to which the Franciscans turned a blind eye to sexual abuse that occurred at St. But that provision was challenged in court by the six surviving Franciscans, who argued that they had the exclusive right to release the contents of their personnel records. Because they were never party to the settlement deal, they argued their records should remain closed.

Posted by Kathy Shaw at 3: A number of prominent Cornwall men spent time at homes owned by a probation officer fingered as a child molester and a Crown attorney charged with sexual assault in the s, a witness told the Cornwall Public Inquiry Wednesday. Gerald Renshaw said he personally observed priests, businessmen and police officers at the home of Ken Seguin in Summerstown and at Malcolm MacDonald's cottage on Stanley Island in the s and s.

Seguin was a probation officer at the time who has been identified by a number of witnesses at the inquiry as a perpetrator of sexual abuse against young boys. MacDonald was charged with a number of sex-related offences in March by officers with Project Truth, an OPP investigation into child sexual abuse in the Cornwall area. MacDonald died in Florida in December before his matter could go to trial and Seguin committed suicide in before he was charged with any crime. Now church wants to exclude what happened in the rectories from trials; and Mahony is still evading Interrogatories 1 - 8; plus quotes from Tom Doyle.

Church Attorney Sean Kneafsey had been in the hallway pacing on his cell phone earlier, a look on his face like twin towers were tumbling down inside his head.

Apparently an ex parte in the jury room had gone so bad it was brought now before the judge unexpectedly. It was the hearing on Interrogatories 1 through 8, that elusive hearing that keeps going off calendar and on and off and on again. I didn't have my laptop out so didn't get accurate quotes. But Kneafsey said Church Attorneys did everything they could to locate priests to be deposed about their memories of Clinton Hagenbach.

Tony DeMarco spoke up: So they have a current address on these men. Washington, Jun 18 Prensa Latina The largest Catholic archdiocese in the United States will face a marathon legal process over the next six months, when the Los Angeles Superior Court will hear 15 cases involving alleged victims of sexual abuse.

These cases, out of people who are suing church members for sexual abuse will begin July 9, and includes calling Cardinal Roger Mahony as a witness in one of the trials, La Opinion daily reported Monday.

The former wife of Joseph P. Kennedy II has won a decade-old appeal to the Vatican to reverse the decision that voided their year marriage in the eyes of the church. Sheila Rauch Kennedy, whose book about the congressman's aggressive pursuit of the annulment helped to end his political career, said yesterday that she feels vindicated by the reversal, which means that the Roman Catholic Church considers the couple still married -- despite the civil dissolution of their marriage 16 years ago.

In , Kennedy was remarried, to his former aide, Beth Kelly, in a civil ceremony. The high-ranking church judge who granted an annulment to Joseph P. Foster left the Archdiocese of Boston not long after he was accused of sexual abuse by Paul R. Edwards of Winchendon, charges he vehemently denied. A church review board dismissed the allegations against Foster but Edwards was awarded settlement money for accusations against another priest, the late Rev.

Mona Brewer filed her first lawsuit against Bishop Earl Paulk in She alleged that the leader of the Chapel Hill Harvester Church in DeKalb County sexually abused and exploited her for 14 years, saying God condoned his actions.

She also alleged that he made her have sex with other ministers, including his own son Don Paulk, who was also named in the lawsuit. Bishop Earl Paulk acknowledged he had a sexual relationship with Brewer but said it was consensual. James Turner and the statewide Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington told conflicting stories Wednesday in Chittenden Superior Court at the start of the first recent abuse trial of its kind to reach a Vermont jury.

Turner, 46, of Virginia Beach, Va. Alfred Willis — a priest in Burlington, Montpelier and Milton before being defrocked in — performed oral sex on him when he was 16 and staying at a Latham, N. Turner's lawyer, Jerome O'Neill of Burlington, charged Wednesday that the diocese knew Willis and at least three other priests dating back to had questionable sexual histories but were assigned to Vermont churches where they molested school-age boys.

Wednesday, June 20, On June 14, defense attorney Andy Wood filed for a motion to continue the hearing, originally set for Monday. On Monday, the continuance was apparently granted, and the hearing reset. The state House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 29, which one law professor called "the strongest bill for child sexual abuse victims in the country," by a vote Tuesday. The bill had to return to the Senate today for approval of a minor amendment attached Tuesday night by co-sponsor Rep.

Ruth Ann Minner said she would sign the bill when it reaches her desk. The vote was with six senators absent for Senate Bill 29, which has been described as the strongest in the nation, providing a two-year period during which victims of abuse whose cases had been previously barred by the time limit would be able to revive their claims. Institutions that allowed the abuse to occur through gross negligence also could be sued.

The House passed the bill Tuesday night after amending it to note that it would take effect when money was appropriated for it. Vermont's Catholic Church went on trial Wednesday, accused of failing to protect children from sexually abusive priests. Taking center stage on day one -- 50 years of the diocese's own records detailing how church leaders protected pedophile priests and covered up their crimes.

He says the diocese must pay because for decades it has protected deviant priests and knowingly placed other kids in harms way. To prove the pattern, his lawyers obtained 50 years of confidential church records which Wednesday for the first time are becoming public. We want to warn you that some of the testimony may be offensive to some viewers.

The emotional fallout has plagued him ever since, leading to two failed marriages and trouble with jobs and trust, according to his lawyer, who said the Diocese set the stage for the alleged abuse and actively sought to block the prosecution of former Rev. Just about the last thing the Clintons need now is a financial scandal. Now, the investment fund Bill is involved in is suing a property firm with close ties to the Vatican, accusing its chief executive of frittering away the company's money on his movie star girlfriend.

The Follieri Group was set up in by a wealthy Italian businessman, Pasquale Follieri, and his son Raffaello, with a unique business plan. It would take advantage of its special ties to the Vatican to buy up property from Catholic dioceses in the United States.

Many of these dioceses were financially devastated after having to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements for child abuse cases and seeing their congregations dwindle. Pueblo - A group that tracks sexual abuse by Roman Catholic clergy considers a former Pueblo Marianist brother among the 10 child abusers with the most victims, based on recent accusations.

He will probably end up being one of the top 10 worst abusers we've ever seen in terms of sheer numbers. The Society of Mary religious order has been contacted by at least a dozen more alleged victims whose cases are still being studied.

They allege that while pretending to be pursuing a master's degree in psychology, Mueller asked them to submit to experiments involving ether, heavy breathing, blindfolding and touching, The Chieftain reported. Former Roslea Parish Priest, Father Jeremiah McGrath, who had earlier been convicted of assisting a dangerous convicted pedophile, groom and abuse a young girl was jailed this week for five years.

McGrath, Liverpool Crown Court heard, was 'obsessed' with William Adams, with whom he had had a sexual relationship, and, when Adams repeatedly raped the child, McGrath bankrolled the abuse. Jailing Adams for life, Judge Brian Lewis said that there was a significant risk of him committing similar offences for the foreseeable future.

Belfast based Priest, Father Patrick McCafferty, an outspoken critic of the Church's dealing of sexual abuse cases, has said as a result of Father Jeremiah McGrath's conviction, there is a heightened need for an independent audit and inquiry of the Catholic dioceses in the North.

In McGrath's case, he said, there was a clear and callous disregard for the child victim of Adam's perverted attentions. Confidential church files of Roman Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse may be made public. Even if the clerics were never charged criminally and lawsuits over the alleged abuse were settled out of court, reports could become public knowledge. A judge rules that the state's interest in protecting children from abuse outweighs a priest's right to privacy.

Attorney Tim Hale represented many of the 25 children who accused nine Franciscan priest of molesting them at the now defunct St.

Anthony's seminary in Santa Barbara. Just Monday a Los Angeles Judge ruled that the personnel files of Catholic Priests who abused two dozen local children will be made public. Bob Eckert was in a boys choir when he was sexually assaulted during a trip to Europe. Eckert told his story to KEY NEWS several years ago and now he's sharing it again because some survivors say going public helps prevent this sort of thing from happening again.

The personnel records for a group of Santa Barbara priests convicted of sexual molestation will become open to the public. Monday, a Los Angeles judge ordered portions of the personnel files of 10 priests be disclosed to the public. It has been in court since last August. The Catholic Diocese of Memphis has settled three lawsuits alleging child sexual abuse by a priest assigned to minister to the city's Vietnamese Catholic community.

The settlements, announced last week, are the first in any of the nine civil lawsuits filed beginning in August against the Memphis Diocese and five priests. All nine allege child sexual abuse and a cover-up by the Diocese. The lawsuits named the Catholic Diocese as defendant. On June 18, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Peter Lichtman ruled that confidential personnel files of priests accused of molesting minors may be released to the public, even if the priests in question have never been formally charged of a crime or had claims made against them proven in court.

The case involves ten Franciscans who have been accused of molesting boys and girls for a year period, beginning in the s. Most of the incidents are said to have occurred at St.

The judge, however, in ruled that he could not force the release of files of eight priests and teachers of the Orange diocese because lawsuits against them had been settled and the allegations against them not proven. The Franciscans have argued that the case against their members demanded the same restraint. Opening arguments begin today in the case of a Virginia man who has sued the state's Roman Catholic diocese alleging it failed to supervise a priest who molested him as a teenager in James Turner, 46 of Virginia Beach, Va.

Willis also has been accused of molesting altar boys in Burlington, Milton and Montpelier, where he was a diocesan parish priest. Willis was suspended from priestly duties in by then-Bishop John Marshall and was later defrocked. Yet this loss of financial heart, during which only 2 per cent of American Catholics stepped up their contributions in , proved to be only temporary.

Donations to the diocese fell a bit more, because the distance was greater, while national contributions took the biggest hit because the various scandals turned people against bishops as a group. DOVER -- Delaware's House of Representatives passed what one law professor called "the strongest bill for child sexual abuse victims in the country" by a vote Tuesday.

Senate Bill 29 eliminates the two-year civil statute of limitations in cases of child sexual abuse. It also provides a two-year window during which claims previously barred by statute could be filed -- opening the courthouse door to victims unable to seek justice because the statute of limitations had expired.

The bill passed by unanimous vote when it was introduced in the Senate by its prime sponsor, Sen. June 01, The clergy sexual abuse scandal continues to touch the local area, with new lawsuits and news stories being filed throughout Earlier this month, a St. Louis County court heard arguments in the case of Bryan Bacon, a graduate of Vianney High School who claims that in he was molested by a teacher, Marianist Brother William Mueller. Bacon's lawsuit is one of several that have been filed across the country involving Mueller, who has taught students in Pueblo, Colo.

Louis, where he served as the principal from to A Victorian court has been told that a Catholic priest charged with the rape and assault of a girl 30 years ago will now face three additional charges. Most of the 16 counts against year-old Adelrick D'Cruz relate to offences against a girl between and Why Mahony Has To Testify: Some blogs and even the Los Angeles Times have shown confusion as to why Cardinal Mahony has to testify in the Kreutzer Cases jury trial.

Those incidents took place in the s and Mahony didn't become Archbishop of Los Angeles until Steven Brady, San Francisco attorney, issued the subpoena because Mahony signed as author, The Report to the People of God, February 17, , even posted it on the archdiocese website. He outlined how the church handled reports of pedophilia in the priesthood in the previous decades. Aside from authenticating this document, this witness who is the head of the defendant corporation sole can testify as to information and sources of information in that document.

District Judge Ann Aldrich ordered the diocese to produce documents about the following transactions and entities:. The payments were made between and , and Jerry Bals lived in the house while his wife received the church money. John Wright, then the diocese's financial and legal secretary, made to his secretary.

Joseph Smith says Wright made the loan without approval from the diocese. A controversial Catholic order has a culture of sexual abuse within its ranks and should be shut down, says its former complaints manager Michelle Mulvihill.

The psychologist and former nun has blown the whistle on the St John of God Order's crisis, after quitting as head of its professional standards committee for nine years. Mulvihill said the brotherhood was in such a state of denial it was impossible to get the gravity of its abuse problem recognised. June 19, If a bankruptcy judge approves creditors' request to hire accounting experts to examine the Diocese of Davenport's financial dealings and records, it may give abuse survivors a chance to expand the money pool to cover their financial claims, according to legal experts.

The legal move, which may draw parishes into the bankruptcy, leaves a bad taste in the mouths of some lay Catholics. The plaintiffs also sought the release of personnel files of six priests and brothers who invoked their privacy rights. Whatever the reason, it has been alleged in two dozen lawsuits that Mueller's behavior shifted gears in the fall of from the unusual to the bizarre. Leaders in the Society of Mary religious order already were aware of at least one indiscretion involving Mueller and a student while he was in training to join the order in in St.

And a principal allegedly had learned that Mueller was conducting experiments involving ether on at least one student at St. John Vianney High School in St. Louis during the spring of The student involved has testified in a deposition that he believes the report precipitated Mueller's move to Pueblo.

A judge ruled Monday that confidential personnel files on Roman Catholic clergy accused of molesting children can be made public even if the clerics were never charged with a crime and legal claims against them were not proven. Lichtman said in his page ruling. The decision concerns a small number of Franciscan friars, who will have an opportunity to object to disclosure of specific documents before the files are opened.

A jury of six men and six women was picked Monday to hear the case of a Virginia man who has sued the statewide Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington in connection with claims that as a teenager in he was molested by a Vermont priest. Opening arguments in the case are scheduled to begin at 9 a.

The trial is expected to last six or seven days. Jury selection is nearly complete for Vermont's second civil trial accusing the Roman Catholic Diocese of failing to protect a boy from a pedophile priest. The Vermont Diocese has already paid more than one and a half million dollars to settle four lawsuits filed by men who claimed church leaders coddled and covered up for predatory priests. This Wednesday the Catholic Diocese will go on trial again.

But, this time the church is claiming IT is the victim of a man who is making up a story hoping to collect millions. In a document I read this morning was a Church Newspeak Creation: Archdiocese Attorneys make such a joke of the First Amendment -- not only do I want these lawyers to lose their cases, I want them deported, their very citizenship revoked.

When the Founding Fathers crafted religious freedom into the Bill of Rights it was so pedophile priests could use the sacraments to rape children. Church Attorneys argue that the archdiocese can keep secret what happens with its children, even when it amounts to learning to talk dirty and give oral sex, because of its free exercise of the First Amendment? Recently the Diocese of Madison has taken action against Kenneth Klubertanz, a priest who has been accused by the church itself as a child molester.

Among the steps being taken, he can no longer present himself publicly as a priest, conduct Mass, or administer sacraments.

He must also stay away from children under 18 years of age. The diocese refuses to give information regarding his whereabouts, counseling received or other information. While this is a small step by the church in addressing the problem of child molestation, it is not nearly enough. Not only did this current action against Klubertanz take years, the church continues to blanket itself in secrecy as to the actions being taken to address the vast problem of child molestation and the lack of support for victims of such awful crimes.

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