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McCarrick & The Gay Lobby Score Again

By Riccardo Cascio;i, OnePeterFive, November 12, 2020 The McCarrick report reveals a substantial degree of tolerance towards homosexual conduct by the clergy, which is punished only if minors are the persons abused. This report also ignores the fact that the McCarrick case is only the tip of... read more

Father Rutler’s Scandal

By Rod Dreher, American Conservative, December 2, 2020 You might have heard about the case of Father George Rutler, the conservative celebrity Catholic priest who has stepped away from his pulpit at his Manhattan parish pending the conclusion of a police investigation. Catholic News Agency... read more

The Continuing Scandal of the McCarrick Doctrine

By Fr. Jerry Pokorsky, Catholic Culture, November 30, 2020 Students of Catholic moral teaching discover what the most simple of faithful Catholics intuitively know. There is an impressive, coherent, logical unity to God’s law as we know it through Church teaching. Failures of vigilance and... read more

‘I cannot sit back and do nothing’: leading parishioner supports priest exposing homosexual cover-up

By Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite News, November 28, 2020 Fr. Michael Suhy had released a testimony of an archdiocesan cover-up involving the alleged sexual harassment and grooming of a young man by a ‘prominent’ employee of the Archdiocese of Detroit. PLYMOUTH, Michigan, November 28,... read more

The McCarrick Report’s Unanswered Questions

Document represents one important step in fostering authentic renewal. By Michael Warsaw, National Catholic Register, November 13, 2020 The long-awaited McCarrick Report, detailing the rise and fall of the former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, was finally released Nov. 10. First promised two... read more

McCarrick Report at odds with Cardinal Wuerl’s claims of ignorance

By Matt Hadro, Catholic News Agency, November 13, 2020 The McCarrick Report sheds new light on when former Archbishop of Washington, Cardinal Donald Wuerl, knew of allegations made against his predecessor, and what steps he and Vatican officials took to monitor or restrict McCarrick’s travel... read more

Lori: Report marks new era of transparency, which laity ‘have rightly demanded’

Catholic News Service, November 13, 2020 Lori: Report marks new era of transparency, which laity ‘have rightly demanded’Archbishop Pietro Sambi, apostolic nuncio to the United States, right, and then-Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick are pictured at the installation Mass of Archbishop Donald... read more

McCarrick Report: details of abuse ignored

By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture, November 10, 2020 The Vatican has issued a 450-page report on former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, acknowledging that reports of McCarrick’s sexual misconduct had circulated for years but insisting that Pope Francis was unaware of any serious charges against... read more

Alleged victims still waiting for justice in case of Argentine bishop working at Vatican

By Inés San Martín, Crux, November 13, 29020 ROSARIO, Argentina – As the release of a Vatican report on the rise of laicized former cardinal Theodore McCarrick puts the spotlight on how clerical culture can protect high-ranking officials when they are accused of abuse, some eyes turned to... read more

McCarrick and John Paul II: key moments in the Vatican’s report

by Joshua J. McElwee, National Catholic Reporter, November 11, 2020. VATICAN CITY — The Vatican's explosive report on the career of disgraced ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick makes one thing devastatingly clear: the late Pope John Paul II decided to appoint the priest as archbishop of... read more

The McCarrick Report and the need for new protocols (Part 1)

I told the Congregation of Bishops about Theodore McCarrick’s disturbing behaviors and some of my account appears in The McCarrick Report. But there is more to be said. By Richard Fitzgibbons, M.D., National Catholic Reporter, November 11, 2020 On June 5, 2019, I spoke to JL, who was... read more
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St. Patrick's Seminary & University in Menlo Park, California.

The State of the Seminary and Reasons for Hope

Archbishop Charles Scicluna, left, and Spanish Monsignor Jordi Bertomeu, right

Top Vatican official says celibacy, homosexuality not cause of abuse crisis