SEX SCANDAL & COVER-UP: VVEDNESDAY EDITION

Cardinal Ouellet’s Response to Archbishop Viganò Lacks Credibility

. . .Cardinal Ouellet denounces Viganò, his letter simultaneously confirms a central claim of Viganò’s original accusation: McCarrick was required by Benedict XVI to refrain from travel & making public appearances.  As Ouellet acknowledged, “The former Cardinal [McCarrick], retired in May of 2006, had been requested not to travel or to make public appearances, in order to avoid new rumors about him. . .

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SEX SCANDAL & COVER-UP: TVESDAY EDITION

Bishop Burns of Dallas Says He Had 3rd Party Investigate Clergy; Will Not Say if He Will Release the Report

. . .when asked if he was prepared to publicly release the unedited report from the investigation, the bishop said “it is my desire to bring something forward in the near future. . .

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SEX SCANDAL & COVER-UP: MONDAY EDITION

How Could You, Archbishop Vigano?

. . .an excellent question.  It forces us to ask whether we have ever imagined that in praying for our shepherds we were thereby paying tribute to their rectitude & decency.  Think of the faithful whose priests, over, say, the last 30 years, have invited them to pray for John Paul our pope, or for Benedict our pope. . .

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