The article by Mr. Salveson was quite disturbing and tends to lend support to the emerging popular realization that the Catholic Church in this country has long been guided by a mafia-like corps of cardinals and bishops. This is becoming more obvious with each passing month, and Mr.
But the agents who act on their behalf, Fr. The only ones who still have this are the Moslems. But some are more open than others.
Appeal from the Circuit Court of Kane County. Sheldon, Judge, Presiding. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockford Diocese appeals the judgment of the circuit court holding the Diocese in contempt of court for refusing to comply with a discovery order requiring the Diocese to produce certain documents in its possession.
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But the brothers said they were pleased. Tom Thatcher of Longwood, Fla. The award, the brothers said, punishes the diocese for transferring the now-defrocked Rev. Robert Ponciroli to their church in Antioch despite knowing he was a pedophile.
A bill extending the statute of limitations for sexual abuse cases against minors is so important to Sen. John Gleason that he's walking it to Lansing. Gleason, D-Flushing, set out on the mile trek to the state capital Sunday afternoon from his home parish at St.
What: Outside the largest annual meeting of Catholic nuns in the country, victims of sexual abuse by sisters or priests will:. Details: Despite the considerable public attention on sex crimes by priests and cover ups by bishops, victims know that numerous child sexual abuse cases by nuns remains largely hidden. It is even more difficult, SNAP leaders feel, for anyone sexually victimized by nuns to come forward.