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Vatican report finds that John Paul II knew of allegations against ex-Cardinal McCarrick
"Into X Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has found that bishops, cardinals and Popes downplayed or dismissed reports of his sexual misconduct. The 400 page report determined Pope John Paul, the second was warned about McCarrick but made him archbishop of Washington anyway. Pope. Benedict was also aware of the allegations, it says Pope Francis also continued his predecessor's naive handling of the predator until a former altar boy alleged abuse. Francis then defrocked the 90 year old McCarrick last year after a Vatican investigation confirmed decades of allegations. The word of the year for
Vatican report finds that John Paul II knew of allegations against ex-Cardinal McCarrick
"Amy Cockney Barrett. The Vatican is published a 400 page report into sex abuse allegations against former disgraced former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. The two year investigation found that the late pope John Paul, the second was warned about accusations against McCarrick. You chose to promote him to Archbishop of
Vatican to Release Report on Defrocked Cardinal McCarrick
"Sexual abuse carried out by the former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis expelled my carriage from the Roman Catholic priesthood last year after a Vatican investigation found him guilty of serial abuse over the decades. The report will focus on who knew what and when. Taliban in
Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct
"The Vatican will release its long awaited report into what it knew about ex Cardinal Theodore McCarrick sexual misconduct. As he rose through the church hierarchy. McCarrick served as a bishop in the New York Archdiocese as Diocese of Metuchen. Before becoming archbishop of Newark and later Washington, D C Vatican said today that the report will span his life and we'll cover the Holy See's institutional knowledge and decision making process.
Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct
"Releases its long awaited report on disgraced former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports is expected to shed light on how McCarrick rose through the church hierarchy. Despite widespread knowledge of his sexual misconduct. Two years ago, Pope Francis ordered a thorough study of all Vatican documents concerning the Carrick. A few months later, the pope expelled him from the priesthood after a Vatican investigation found McCarrick guilty of sexual abuse of minors and adult and abuse of power. The report said To be several 100 pages long includes separate investigations conducted in four US diocese where McCarrick served. He rose to the pinnacle of power in the U. S. Catholic Church. Although his sexual misconduct was an open secret in the year 2000 Pope John Paul, the second went ahead and nominated McCarrick archbishop and a year later Cardinal despite Vatican knowledge that seminarians had complained he had abused them. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From NPR news for nearly two decades the Vatican knew about allegations of sexual abuse by one of the most powerful cardinals in the US and did not act until recently all that time the now former cardinal Theodore McCarrick was sending hundreds of thousands of dollars to church authorities this is all laid out in a Washington post investigation of McCarrick Sunbow Burke is one of the reporters on the story and he joins us now welcome thank you so make Herc was defrocked earlier this year after being found guilty of sexual abuse can you briefly remind us just how powerful he once wise before these allegations came to light cardinal McCarrick was widely considered one of the most prominent names of the US Catholic Church he built his reputation as crude lytic fundraiser and also very visible presence after sex abuse scandal in two thousand one as a leader who spoke out against sex abuse in places where the church is very strong and active the New York metropolitan area and then of course Washington DC I mean yes he was a very prominent fundraiser and in your store you noted that he sent somewhere around six hundred thousand dollars to clerics within the church do you have a sense of where that money came from was it from his fundraising yes and he mostly did fund raising from wealthy Catholic donors one such donor who's the most generous was president trump's sister and former judge maryanne trump and he managed to raise six million dollars over seventeen years and essentially have the ability to spend the money however he softened one thing that your story found with some of these checks went directly to the pope first John Paul the second and then to pope Benedict right that's right two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in one check to pope Benedict John Paul the second got a total of about ninety thousand dollars and the higher up the officials were in the Vatican the more money they got interesting and what is the Vatican said about these gifts to John Paul the second and vanished they didn't respond we did reach the personal secretary of John Paul the second who said that any checks that came to the pope he would direct to the secretary of state we did not hear from any representative of pope Benedict and did either the archdiocese of Washington or me Karakum self explain why these payments were being made so archdiocese of Washington is now led by a new archbishop they didn't offer a reason for those guests because former card McCarrick did not respond to our request for an interview and his lawyer also declined to comment so are there indications that this story that you discovered someone high up in the Catholic Church under investigation for sexual abuse was sending payments to clerics within that church during the investigation is that part of a larger pattern well one of the striking things the we got the responses was from the secretary of state of the Vatican who said these are just common gifs among clerics during the holidays but if you take a step back and think about the practice of giving cash gifts to superiors who have a direct oversight role in the broader world would be regarded as not kosher it also takes on a different complexion when you're talking about the giver of the gift of being accused of wrongdoing and the organization more generally being accused of not doing enough to hold that person to account that is Washington post investigative.
Newly released letters shine light on McCarrick abuse allegations
"Newly released correspondence involving defrocked Washington DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick shows, the extent to which his successor cardinal, Donald world was aware of sex abuse allegations against McCarrick Katie radio's Joe steal report. What's the correspondence from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen reveal McCarrick had been sanctioned under Pope Benedict and forbidden to travel world reportedly knew about the sanctions, but did not enforce them as cardinal McCarrick opposed a travel ban? And sudden move to a monastery writing, it would probably raise the red flag in the media wasn't until January of this year, that world who's also stepped down admitted he suffered a lapse of memory about allegations against McCarrick, the letters were revealed by mckarrick, former secretary Monsignor Anthony Figueredo to CBS
Former U.S. Cardinal McCarrick defrocked for sex crimes
"Former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrocked by pope Francis. Over a sex abuse scandal that it can officials found McCarrick guilty of soliciting for sex while hearing confession and sexual crimes against minors and adults all along former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has said he is innocent. He has been fighting for his side of the story with a lawyer. But the pope has affirmed the decision made today or made by the congregation for the doctrine of the faith. And by the pope, affirming this decision by this body that investigates sex abuse crimes there can be no further.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Now to that very disturbing story from the Vatican another warning that this may be upsetting for some to hear the former US cardinal. Theodore McCarrick was defrocked by Francis today. Vatican officials found him guilty of sexual crimes against children and adults including soliciting sex during confession McCarrick is the highest ranking person to be expelled from the Catholic church in response to the clerical abuse scandals. Jon Allen is the editor of crux that's an online newspaper. That specializes in coverage of the Vatican. And the Catholic church we reached him in Rome. Jon allen. Thank you so much for speaking. With me. It's my pleasure. And I'm going to start by asking you what it means that McCarrick was defrocked. I'm going to ask you what it means to him personally. And I'd like to ask you what it means on a broader scale. Well, you have to understand that for a cleric that is a priest or a deacon in the Catholic church to be dismissed from the clerical state or in layman's terms to be defrocked is essentially the death penalty. It is the most severe penalty that the church can impose it means that Theodore mckarrick cannot say mass. You cannot hear confessions. You cannot perform baptisms. I mean, all of these things that priests do over the ark of their entire career in are sort of foundational to their identity. So it is an extraordinarily serious and severe forms censure from the church. That's what it means for him. Personally in transit, the sort of policy dimension of this quite clearly imposing the death penalty on a cardinal is intended to send a signal of strength and resolve by pope Francis. And the Vatican about seriousness with regard the clerical sexual abuse scandals that have been such cancer for the Catholic church over the last thirty years, we should say that all of this comes on the eve of a keenly anticipated summit for presidents of bishops conferences from all over the world. And other senior church of. Fficials that will be opening in Rome on Thursday precisely focused on those clerical sex abuse scandals and designed sort of move the ball towards resolution. So quite clearly this is calculated by the pope in his Vatican team to sort of set the table for the discussion. And that summit I wonder if the decision to rebuke McCarrick in this very serious way. As you have described affects the experiences of survivors moving forward based on what I have been taking up the center of cardinal McCarrick that was announced today while it is welcome. Because survivors above all want to see Justice for the crimes that were committed against them. But I think they would say it's not enough. It's not enough to impose accountability for the crime sexual abuse. There also has to be accountability for the Kara of that crime. And the question that remains unanswered today is cool was aware of the kind of behavior that X cardinal McCarrick was engaged in. And why didn't they do anything about it? That question has not been answered by the verdict that was delivered by the Vatican on Saturday. And until it is answered I suspect, most survivors and most performers are going to say that the church is not yet completed the job that is Jon Allen. He's the editor of the online newspaper crux. He's.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Say the gunman who killed five co workers and wounded five police officers in Illinois factory was violent felon who just been fired this Gary Martin had carried a handgun into a meeting. CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Is he was later killed in a shootout with police who rushed to the scene that first officer was shot while he was still outside. The shooter took aim at him from a window. We're told that the gun that the shooter used a forty caliber Smith and Wesson actually had a laser on it. So that clearly helped his precision the other officers were sought just within the first five minutes or six minutes of arrival. Moore police Lieutenant RIC Robertson he was in a back machine. Shop at the very backward. The building farthest from the area that we made entering the building was probably waiting for us to get to him. There is the way it appeared in there were some shots exchanges. The officers made their way into that air. Investigators say Martin had bought the gun. He used in twenty fourteen before realized he had a prior felony conviction. CBS news update. I'm Sam Litzinger. It's four thirty two at WCBS. A second person has been arrested in connection to the robbery that led to the friendly fire death of an NYPD detective this week. The suspect is accused of being a lookout for Christopher ransom during Tuesday night's robbery and Richmond hill at a cell phone store detective Brian salmon Simonsen was hit once in the chest by crossfire as he and six other officers fired forty two shots at ransom. Police say he charged at them with the fake hand gun. Simonsen funeral is scheduled for Wednesday on Long Island. Ransom was hurt in the shooting. He still at the hospital. He was arraigned yesterday from the hospital on murder and other charges. New Jersey legislators, the New Jersey legislature has reached a verbal agreement on taxing and regulating legal recreational marijuana more on this story for MAC Rosenberg the specifics still need to be hammered out. But the broad strokes are good to go the democratically controlled legislature faced opposition from within regarding. How? How we'd would be taxed in the Garden State. So what's the solution? It looks as though we're going to be coming to an agreement on on a on an excise tax on the weight rather than a percentage of the sales tax. It would be taxed at forty two dollars an ounce state. Senator nNcholas guitar has led the charge on the legislation. It's an opportunity to do so many things to drive in a Konami that needs help create jobs to create some tax revenue and to stop the unnecessary arrests. Separately, lawmakers are also planning a Bill to address ways to throw out marijuana convictions. Evanescence the executive director of the nj chapter of the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws. We want to stop you wanted arrest or stop years ago. We never wanted anyone to get arrested for marijuana in the first place MAC, Rosenberg WCBS, NewsRadio. Eight eighty former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been handed down a severe punishment by pope Francis over a sex abuse scandal. Vatican officials found Macaire guilty of soliciting sex while hearing confessions. And sexual crimes against minors and adults CBS. Correspondent sat down says McCarrick will not be allowed to celebrate mass or other sacraments defrock or to Laos is a priest is the most severe punishment that the Catholic church can impose in former cardinal. Theodore McCarrick is the highest ranking Catholic figure to be defrocked in modern times, the Carrick was a former archbishop of Newark and DC he was removed from public ministry after sexual abuse allegations surfaced against him allegations that dated back decades to when he was a priest in New York. I sys is on the brink of defeat in Syria. Us-backed fighters are closing in on the last enclave of it's so called caliphate speaking at the Munich security conference, vice President Mike Pence thanked the seventy eight coalition partners. As I stand before you today. At this very hour along the Euphrates river. The last mile of territory where the black flag of ISIS wants flu is being captured. President Trump has promised to pull US forces out of Syria. Once ISIS is defeated just yesterday, though. The army general overseeing the US forces in the Middle East as head of central. Command said the end of the caliph it would lead to a more dispersed harder to detect network of fighters that would continue waging guerrilla warfare Venezuela's, Nicolas Maduro still blocking humanitarian aid from getting in says, he doesn't need it. This is millions of his own people are starving tons and tons of food and other aid have been sitting at border crossings along huge stretches of Columbia. The Trump administration is bringing more supplies to the region. But this time on military plaints,.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"European partners to stand with us and with the Iranian people are allies and friends in the region and speaking to a security conference in Munich Germany today. Pope Francis has defrocked former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick after Vatican officials found McCarrick guilty of soliciting for sex while hearing confession and sexual crimes against minors and adults. Here's the AP's. Julie walker. The defrocking means the eighty eight year old McCarrick the once powerful archbishop of Washington who also worked in other diocese and now lives in Kansas can no longer celebrate mass or other sacraments that can spokesperson Allesandro. Just so t abuse and this cover up can no longer be tolerated and the different treatment for bishops have committed or cover up abuse. In fact, represents a form of clerical that is no longer acceptable one of McCarrick victims James grind says while he can never get his childhood back. He's happy. The pope believed that my started sexually abusing him from the age of eleven and continued for two decades. I'm Julie Walker locally the founder of a group that assists survivors of clergy sex abuse criticizes cardinal, Sean O'Malley for his response to the McCarrick case O'Malley had to apologize last year for failing to respond to a letter sent to him about mechanics offenses against seminarians O'Malley said he should have responded to the time Robert hosts is with road to recovery. Brazing? Today's move against McCarrick has caused great consternation for many people throughout the throughout the decade. So I'm thrilled. That. Francis has decided to defraud Kim WBZ's contact WBZ has contacted the archdiocese of Boston for a response..
Pope Francis speaks about "seeing a church wounded by sin"
"Poggioli reports the revelations and the church's response severely damaged the church's credibility and pope Francis reputation in response, he's called for an extraordinary four days summit on sex-abuse next month that again acting spokesman Allesandro dissolved he recently told reporters the summit's goal is that bishops understand that clerical sex abuse is a global problem that needs a global response. He added. Pope Francis insists that when the bishops return home, they understand the laws to be applied. And that they take the necessary steps to prevent abuse to care for the victims and to make sure that not cases covered up or buried with high expectations. The summit. Could be as big a media event as people conclave this prompted a Vatican editorial claiming the media hype is excessive disciplines will include the presidents of the world's nearly one hundred and thirty bishops conferences, abuse, survivors, and experts Francis will attend all plenary sessions working groups witness testimony penitential service and final mass Massimo federal professor of theology at Villanova university. Speaking over Skype says the summit should produce global guidelines setting universal standards that all churches have to implement Francis announced the summit in September as his papacy reeled over botched handling of abuse cases, and he was accused of ignoring in the past sexual misconduct by disgraced former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick currently under Vatican investigation. Philip Boola veteran Vatican correspondent for the Reuters news agency says. The pope could take an important step even before the summit begins. This very good possibility that X cardinal McCarrick. We'll be further disciplined. You know? There's a very good possibility that he will be defrocked and that will send a strong signal. Should that happen McCarrick once it important powerbroker as archbishop of Washington DC would become the highest profile figure to be dismissed from the priesthood in modern times? Meanwhile, prosecutors in Australia and in France have taken bold steps against church officials putting bishops on trial for failing to report clerical abuse of minors gear is now a worldwide movement by prosecutors and legislators in an outrage public to treat the church like ordinary citizens and Barrett Doyle is co director of Bishop accountability. And online research group that tracks clerical abuse cases around the world, speaking over Skype. She says centuries of secrecy. To shield the church from secular law gave its leaders a sense of impunity that Elision that they are still untouchable will probably persist. Until addition and up behind bars for covering up in that day may not be far away activists like Barrett. Doyle and abuse survivors what the Vatican to implement what it has always avoided accountability. That officials who knew but looked away while predator priests committed crimes abusing minors be finally brought to Justice so people Jolie NPR news, Rome. A vicious dog on the loose a harsh landscape and a rag tag group of kids
Letter confirms Vatican received McCarrick complaint in 2000
"A two thousand six letter from top Vatican official confirms that the Holy See received information in two thousand about the sexual misconduct of now resigned. He was cardinal Theodore McCarrick lending credibility to bombshell accusations of a cover-up at the highest echelons of the Roman Catholic church Catholic news service. The news agency of the US bishop's conference published. The letter yesterday Reverend Boniface Ramsey New York, priest informed the Vatican in a November two thousand letter about then cardinal McCarrick alleged misconduct with seminarians from Seton Hall university's immaculate conception seminary. At the letter shows. The Vatican knew about allegations against McCarrick back in two thousand a year before Saint Paul the second John Paul the second I should say made him a cardinal and it further implicates the Benedict. The sixteenth papacy for failing to act against McCarrick for years, even as more allegations. Arrived McCarrick resigned as a cardinal in July after US church investigation determined an accusation that he groped at teenage altar boy in the seventies was
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Piscopo August twenty nine twenty eighteen Philip Lawlor is the, editor, of Catholic world news author of lost shepherd how pope Francis is misleading. His flock Philip? Welcome, back. To the show how. You doing, this morning, and doing fine how, are you well good we're good. With silly it's summer you know we wanted to light, not things don't stop, happening now now with all this, going on with the Catholic church all of a sudden were you surprised by the, way. Fill all of a sudden out of this with the attorney general's office in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania they came out with this? Grand jury report on the church's? Abuse, in that state were you surprised to, hear that were you aware that was coming oh I knew it was coming and frankly I wasn't too surprised by the content because it's a sort. Of content that we've been seeing or at least I've been seeing since I've been practicing I've been tracking this story About fifteen years it's it's horrible grotesque it scandalous but I'm sorry to say it's becoming familiar, yeah now what did you make of the Vatican's response. To that grand jury report Well, there hasn't been. A Vatican response, which you know it's like you're like homes. With. The, dog doesn't bark and that's the significance and of course this past week Their world last couple of weeks we've had new revelations that there have been cover-ups at the Vatican which again I'm sorry to say is not a. Surprise and that pope Francis may have been involved in a cover up of the former cardinal, McCarrick and it's just a. Tremendous, crisis for the credibility of the church, and I think again is someone who's been in business of Catholic, journalism for forty years. Now it's certainly the most critical Critical development of my lifetime and I think most crisis thanks to reclamation yeah did are you saying now the pope wouldn't. When the pope went to Ireland he was greeted with calls for his resignation do you agree, that pope Francis should go I think he should, change what, he's doing I don't want him to resign I, want him to change his policies, I wanted to change his style of leadership yeah yeah I mean? Look at. Cardinal McCarrick Philip cardinal McCarrick this guy was like a legend in Newark you know. A guy and how important was illegals the Washington and, he, was was politically. Savvy but did, you know you at the forefront, of all. Of this Philip Lola's the author of the book lost shepherd have pope Francis is, misleading, his flock did. Were, you, aware of all this about cardinal McCarrick Philip yes everybody knew, no wait a minute, stop right there man, because, I I. Would, I'm so I feel so, out of it as a Catholic because it was like oh there's teddy McCarrick oh wow. Immense respect and a great, leader in the. Archdiocese. Of. Newark and then to Washington everybody knew about quote unquote uncle teddy well, when I say everybody knew I mean everybody. In Catholic journalism new or everybody who was Oh wow tuned in to the clerical so I'm really? Having trouble. An awful lot of trouble believing the cardinals archbishops who were on. The east coast. Will working with them we're sometimes having breakfast with them, every, day who were. Saying that they, didn't know that's just not credible, so was. It an early in the morning Philip I hate to get even graphic design early, in, the morning we. Appreciate, you, listen to seven forty five with Joe on the radio but, was it underage priests, was a consensual I, I, know celibacy. Was, the oath that they took, but was he abusing underage priests St. no no I mean This all broke because of a report that complaints. He was abusing an underage seminarian I think, it was I didn't know that I didn't know that children are. Teenagers were involved it was seminarians, he would routinely invite a bunch of, seminary and so they? Would be over eighteen. Adults he would invite them to his beach house and, we turn out there wasn't quite enough? Beds, to. Go around Someone who. And he would be invited to share his bed now I mean you. Can say they're. Legal the dealt you can say it's consensual but you know he's a tremendous position of. Power that's that's that's an abuse yeah now what can the college of cardinals do there's no impeachment is there The, only the, only person who, can decide, that the pope, has to go with the pope. Himself yeah. Now is there. A. Possibility by the way that this could be? Sour grapes from. Archbishop Vigano Sure it could be you. Know I don't think it, is I think well let me say that I don't think he's a fan of pope Francis but. He. Made, serious charges backed up by evidence now it's not conclusive evidence the only thing that's important Is it true or. False he's motivation the secondary. Let him worry about that Now Pope Benedict? Was guilty of this. As well do you feel Let's guilty I think in in. The case of McCarrick, Pope Benedict did impose disciplinary restrictions, on him he did it quietly which is you operated and. Frankly I would Benedict but I would fault him for that I. Don't, think it. Should have been done quietly I think the world should have known because that's the way. You remove people from, positions of power who. Who disgraced, themselves yeah Why why is this an again I, guess psychologically you've got to ask this question but. Why aren't the, priests drawn to this the I mean, and number one and number two it comes out once and then a couple of years go by, comes out again and now we got. The Pennsylvania grand jury report so number two when. Does it stop Philip Lawlor well let me tackle the second one because to me the more important one it stops when. People Laity demand absolute honesty and get within demanding You know back in two, thousand two, when the scandal broke in Boston Yup epicenter Everybody was angry and, everybody said we want the truth and just came out and, they, said okay we're giving you. The truth well now it's fifteen. Years later, you know a lot, of people my, children. Now adults they were children back in two. Thousand, two yeah and they're just beside themselves? With. Anger You know we. The Bishop, told us this was, over it wasn't, over. They told us that they were coming clean. They, weren't coming clean and at this point We can't trust them An account for themselves they really has to be some sort of independent outside lay Catholic investigation or we're never going to get to. The, bottom of it. Yeah. It's all over look I'm. A meeting on Twitter now, people are gonna father Jonathan Morris was kind. Enough to join us, we're all. Very involved very concerned we are all, dedicated Catholics Philip Lawlor and a lot of. Us are not gonna. Let this diminish that are you a practicing? Catholic. If, I. May yes oh yeah and so used to your faith in the Catholic church still, holds it still holding and that's. Part of the anger you know that that I have this precious heritage and, these people? Are. Besmirching. You know yeah yeah? So where do we I'm not. Leaving without a. Fight. I'm, not leaving yeah, well and well, said so you say so pope, Francis should step aside how about a? Cardinal, Dolan in charge I I think this guy would make a gr- we need an American pope cardinal Dolan is. That's, what I'm thinking Philip I think the odds of. An American big Gipp the last couple of weeks I don't think the rest of the world wants any any part of what's happening. In, the American church. In. And I don't blame them. Yeah our Philip Lawlor thanks, for joining us keep the fight keep the. Faith my brother thank, you so. Much I right Philip Lawlor editor of, Catholic world news author of lost shepherd how. Pope Francis is misleading. Is give us a call eight seven seven? Nine. Seven, oh. Twenty nine ninety nine I know Debbie I think I speak for you I ain't, gonna stop going to church I. Ain't gonna stop praying to the saints when I walk down Wall Street after, work today? I'm. Gonna. Go to Our Lady? Of victory off the Wall Street. And I'm gonna. Pray. To, Saint Anne and, I'm going to, trade a mother Cabrini in Saint, Anthony and I'm not gonna I'm not? I'm, not giving up I'm going to stay with the Catholic church but there ain't easy as Rodney says it ain't. Easy Such an unfortunate thing that's happened, you know being kids you'd never even thought something like that would, happen and now the hearing about it, it's just heart wrenching yeah yeah yeah it's so true Deb, ten minutes before eight. O'clock seven. Fifty Debbie Newham fine. Catholic girl that she is trying on China, it's not always easy but I'm shying. God bless you Traffic, wise other roads debt, let's see it's happening Joe first of all four cancelled trains.
Pope Francis, Cardinal McCarrick and ANSA discussed on WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson
"Pope Francis. Is responding to accusations he protected a former archbishop accused of sexual abuse David Reid with more. From the Vatican hope Francis reportedly has no plans to. Resign despite the archbishop's explosive accusation according to. The Italian news agency ANSA close associates of. The pope told them he's embittered by the document claiming he knew cardinal McCarrick, was a predator but is not thinking about resignation
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"It is I so many have said that politics are certainly at, play here that, they are? At? The base of the claims made in a very lengthy statement. However there is certainly increased pressure here on the Catholic church Brooke In this statement you gotta claims that there are dozens of Vatican officials all the way of the pope who ignored and knew. About, the sex abuse allegations against cardinal Theodore McCarrick is that. True Yeah of course. They knew right the Vatican do all kinds of stuff. My God let's and it's funny when I, was talking to somebody the other day they said the Vatican would never know stuff like this I said the Vatican would never know stuff like this, the same. One in Italy I mean, the same one over there the the same one the. Vatican right there and that the same the rat line. Like what do you mean Well how do you think most, of those Nazis. To, Argentina and South America That. Same, Vatican they didn't know of course they knew it's about CYA, in themselves now, the guy that's made these claims about he told the pope all these things they're not good friends and they've, had political if you will infighting inside of the Vatican, and, things like this? But there are now people, coming out here and saying hey you know what we're looking deeper into this and it, does go. A lot higher and, there may need to be some accountability partner Theodore mckarrick if you remember him. He was removed from the ministry last month and forced to resign his statements the archbishop insists that he told the personally about the. Behavior of cardinal McCarrick portion of the letter that I've read through this morning he writes the pope learned about. It, for me on June twenty thousand thirteen and continue to cover for him That's an interesting. Thing I think it's a fair question asked right it is a fair quote we like this guy he's making the Catholic church more. Modern he's doing all of these yet but was he part of a massive cover-up of sexual abuse to children For decades. And decades I don't care how much he's? Bringing you into the the. Modern world and you. Like him because he's all about climate. Change and blah blah blah did, he cover up something that is arguably one of the most heinous crimes Out there people within the church are frustrated they want clarity on. This then pope Francis right now is, refusing to, provide that he was asked about it on the papal plane he said he'd read the document. But he wouldn't say a word about. It occurs reporters to read it for themselves and judge for themselves the implication being that it's not credible but really these are questions that, only, pope. Francis can answer and who has the authority to ask him I don't know Well he's not saying anything but I think it's a fair question. To ask and then you ask, yourself who lasts longer is it Trump or the pope three two three five three eight twenty four twenty. Three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter you, can tweet at us love hearing from you so there's a new article out that I just find to. Be very fascinating And it's. Put out by yes NPR and it's a study. About something and weighty here what the numbers are and how skewed they are Oh yeah kids very fascinating three. Two, three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter it.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"A. Crossroads with these accusations. At the higher ups knew about this predatory behavior on the, part of cardinal McCarrick and others we'll get into that but let's go to Colleen line. One in North Carolina? Cullen How Hailing go. Ahead I'm a Trump voter, and a supporter and it doesn't matter what Trump. Said about McCain there's no winning there no matter what they're gonna. Be against Aamer they're going to have something to. Say. About it I agree. With you I probably probably wouldn't have gotten much In the way of support but I guess you do the right thing whether it's going. To garner, you any plots or. Not done in Florida line three done Yeah well you know lower having a heading, this contest here I guess I'm just wondering what's more petty too Liberal Democrats, hated Trump's Yeah. We're, having a, problem with the connection but his point. Was McCain's having to liberal speak at his funeral. Who didn't like him Or, Trump Trump not releasing a statement that was more a few sive what's more phony or I think they actually do like McCain I think they like McCain as long as McCain. Was criticizing Trump conservatives talk radio, or FOX candidate like McCain when he was the conservative firebrand they didn't. Like that at all.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"At a. Crossroads with these accusations. At the higher ups knew about this predatory behavior on the, part of cardinal McCarrick and others we'll get into that but let's go to Colleen line. One in North Carolina? Cullen How hey go, ahead Hey I'm I'm a Trump voter, and a Trump supporter and it doesn't matter what. Trump said about McCain there's no winning there no matter what they're. Gonna be against Aamer they're going to have something. To, say, about it I agree. With you I probably probably wouldn't have gotten much In the way of support but then I guess you do the right thing whether it's going. To, garner. You any plots or. Not Don in Florida line three Don Yeah well you, know lower having a heading this contest here I guess I'm just wondering what's, more petty Liberal Democrats hated Trump's What Yeah we haven't had problem with the, connection but his point was McCain's having to liberal speak at his funeral who didn't like. Him Or, Trump Trump not releasing a statement that was more a few of what's more phony or I think they actually do like McCain I think they like McCain as long as McCain was criticizing Trump..
Pope Faces Crisis of Credibility Over Coverup Accusations
"Pope Francis, is now squarely in the center of, the still unfolding clergy sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church a former Vatican embassador to the US archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano says. The pope covered up sexual misconduct by former Washington DC archbishop. Theodore mckarrick called on the pope to resign here with us now, to, talk, about. These developments is NPR religion correspondent Tom gjelten hey Tom also so this. Charge came in a. Pretty extraordinary eleven page letter from vegan? No, released this weekend whatever mation does. He claim, to have well, Vigano is a longtime Vatican insider he was as you say the Vatican embassador to. The United States from two thousand eleven to. Two thousand sixteen so he, has certainly had access the information most of his allegations concern former archbishop McCarrick cardinal McCarrick until he was forced to give up that title this summer Vigano says, there was knowledge of mechanics misconduct years ago. That it was brought to the attention of. The Vatican now we should point out that. He does not claim there, is knowledge of McCarrick abusing a minor with that was the charge that, actually led to his resignation they can, always talking largely about sexual misconduct with seminarians he says then Pope Benedict forbid McCarrick from celebrating mass or giving lectures he claims. That Francis then reverse those punishments which is why he should. Resign now there are two problems with this one we haven't yet. Seen, any, evidence. Of those sanctions being imposed on McCarrick too we also know that McCarrick. Continued to do those. Things he was supposedly forbidden to do? Even, when Benedict was still pope and. How pope, Francis reacted to, this letter claiming there was this cover up well on the plane this weekend coming. Back from Ireland he's he basically refused to. Talk about it he said, read the statement and make your own judgment it's not clear what he meant by that Exactly denying no. But he may be saying consider the source we know that archbishop figure no is a longtime critic of pope Francis his letter is very strident inflammatory phrased very much in. Culture war terms there's actually some people in the Vatican say he has a reputation for being a troublemaker. So maybe the pope is just saying take this with. A grain, of salt now these charges Vigano makes go back several years. But he released this letter while the pope, was on this high profile trip. To, Ireland how do you think the timing. Was significant here was it deliberate well the reason that that trip was so. High profile is because of course it came in the. Midst of this clergy abuse crisis now figure knows critics suspect that he is was using this crisis to leverage his longstanding anti Francis campaign on the other hand it. Is important to note that his. Charges, are directly related to the sex abuse. Crisis within, the Catholic leadership there are basically two theories. Of the root cause of this crisis Francis And his allies say it's clerical, ISM, by which they mean too, much deference to. The clergy putting the clergy, on a pedestal vis-a-vis the laity they say. That Tennessee has led to. Impunity for priests and bishops the other argument. Which is one subscribed to by Viggo is that this has everything to do with homosexuality. There's been too much accommodation of homosexuals, within the church we should also point. Out, that researchers have really challenged that idea that, there's any connection between child abuse and sexual orientation and how unprecedented wise this letter in. The first place or a really this whole moment? Right now for? The, Catholic church the entire moment is unprecedented I mean we have an expo Benedict resigned first time in six hundred years we have. Francis, being elected the first pope from the south some people say there's a civil war going on in. The Catholic church there, have been so worse before but this is a big
Claims against Pope Francis "like an earthquake for the church"
"Boomer archbishop and a Vatican ambassador to the, United States Carla, Maria Ben Gano called for pope Francis to resign over failures to act on. Warnings regarding sexual, abuse allegations against an American cardinal correspondent polo Sandovol gotta claims that there are dozens Vatican officials all the, way up to the pope who ignored and knew about sex abuse allegations against cardinal Theodore. McCarrick if you remember him he was removed from the ministry last month and forced, to resign, in a. Statement the archbishop insists that he told the pontiff personally about the behavior of, cardinal McCarrick Francis offered no comment on the call to.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Is that his is shaking up the Catholic church is it's really actually is amazing let me give you the background here and it's been kind of interesting today to watch most of the. Conservatives I follow on social media have, been talking about this and everyone else has been, talking about the John McCain situation archbishop Vigevano and I may, be mispronouncing. His name he was the ambassador to the United States from the Vatican And, he alleges that cardinal McCarrick who was the archbishop. Of DC and a kid toucher he alleges that Pope Benedict Disciplined McCarrick refu- prohibited from living in a seminary is and not taking part in public services and that pope Francis upon Benedict retiring the first pope in six hundred years to retire that upon him retiring in France's becoming pope Francis undid the. Sanctions until this blew up a couple of weeks ago that McCarrick is one of those. Who was a abusing people Now what's interesting here is that one of the Catholic news agencies out there has announced that they can confirm independently that Pope Benedict had empl impose disciplinary measures on McCarrick and that the secretary of state of the Vatican didn't really Impose those sanctions is the pope border the pope famous Pope Benedict famously said that his power stopped at his office door And he he was widely rumored to have decided to retire very unusual step six hundred years this at happened is he was rumored for number of years. To have retired, because he could not curb the bureaucracy within the Vatican thought it needed someone younger than him to do so in particular there is persistent rumor that he felt outmaneuvered by what they refer to as the lavender mafia of the. Vatican which is a group of. Gay priests who control many powerful positions within the Vatican Benedict's thought. He, couldn't outmaneuver them this McCarrick situation apparently playing apart so he decided to retire and. Let a younger popes to Ford well here comes this archbishop Carlo. Maria Vigano saying that Francis was okay. With these liberals he was okay. With the gay priests doing what they were doing as long as it wasn't seeing In public and he undid what Benedicta done much. To the shame of the Vatican Watching the media talk about the story is I opening you should know that the Catholic news agency has independent confirmation of the sanctions imposed by Benedict a another ambassador to the. United, States from the Vatican has come forward and confirmed the accusations made by began. Oh and now a number of bishops have come forward the. Latest being Thomas olmsted he is the Bishop in charge, of the diocese of Phoenix Arizona has come forward and said that he knows this this archbishop that this archbishop is not, a flip in person and would, not have made up allegations like this And you've got a an archbishop in Texas you've got another coming forward you've got archbishop you in Philadelphia apparently the pope attacked. As, being too conservative coming forward saying this guy's credible you've got cardinal Burke very. Powerful cardinal within the the Vatican coming forward saying that this. Guy needs to be paid attention to and so the, way the media has decided to portray the story well I'll tell you after whichever with Mark.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"My cousin has to bury her I wore it it is just, as, terrible as That sounds Tony. Montenegro was shot. Twice all I can think about Is is getting my phone So I can attest This let him know I care about All the others who were wounded are. Expected to survive Montano told us all the players were focused on their video monitors so they did not see the, shooter coming Nora All right noble hawk has thank you The Vatican's former ambassador to the United States. Is calling on pope Francis to resign he released a letter claiming the pope new five years ago about alleged sex abuse by American cardinal and did. Nothing Seth. Donors at the. Vatican tonight The explosive eleven page letter likens. The Catholic church to a mafia in suggests it conspiracy of silence that extends, all the way to the top was penned by Italian archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano once the Vatican's top official in. The US he claims that. In twenty, thirteen he personally told pope Francis about sex abuse allegations involving then cardinal Theodore McCarrick. But the pontiff ignored it allowing the prominent cardinal to serve the church for another five years until he resigned amid a sex abuse scandal this summer Wound, up at all I will not say a single word on this the pontiff said when asked by CBS news. About the letter on Sundays. People flight One on senior, Anthony Figueredo called vegan owes letter earthquake for the church let us be clear if the. Holy Father knew about cardinal McCarrick on the twenty. Third of June, two thousand thirteen as archbishop Bacono claims and did nothing about it Then, it serious as the. Pope himself has said pope Francis has called four zero tolerance for church leaders who. Cover up sex abusers in the. Ranks Sean Dougherty says he was abused by a pedophile priest in Pennsylvania he, says vegan owes letter only further erodes trust it is obvious. To us that that the church is incapable of, handling this mess look. Where we are now today it's it's just it's like reality TV right here in reality in real time high-profile cardinals and church leaders are slamming vegan letter as untrue A colleague of. Viga knows from his days at the US embassy has reportedly said. His statement, is true and, now Nora at least. Two US bishops have called for a wider investigation all right that's down in Rome. Thank you so much a trailblazer. For African American women's celebrated her one hundredth birthday yesterday Katherine Johnson made her, Mark on history as a NASA mathematician in the nineteen sixties Katherine Johnson became an overnight sensation well. Into her nineties after she was, portrayed in the two. Thousand sixteen movie Hidden Figures you all the boss you just have, to act like one and, hidden they were a small group of. African American women crunching complex math problems at white male dominated NASA Jane were without the numbers Nelson nine. Thousand nine hundred sixty two before. John Glenn orbited the earth Johnson was called into double check the computer's calculations few outside NASA new Kathryn. Johnson story Catherine, was a pioneer who broke the barriers of race and gender. But in, two thousand fifteen she. Received the presidential medal of freedom last year NASA research facility was named in her honor. And this weekend a statue was unveiled at her alma mater West Virginia state university And how about. This seventy-five of Johnson's children grandchildren and great children were all there, to see her statue unveiled, and that's why I wanted to share. With you coming up next on the CBS evening news why security experts are concerned about a possible chemical. Weapons attack here in the US Credit karma brings you traffic and transit.
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"So view. laughing, they'll see it again. That is a Catholic is the most powerful gospel message. You earful planes in this church. The theme for my sweetie. Renew restore, rejoice review, restored, rejoice because that is the theme our capital campaign. And so I was kind of Hamburg repair. Now we preach about sacrifice and reach about, you know, the reason why we're gonna capital campaign and that you know, this ain't job as three, three year old, eight job. You know, when the church open when I I, you know, steps and sat said of of the carpet. We've had for thirty three years and the fabric of use of the fabric in the sound system is failing in the lights don't work. And when he said that lasts twice went out because my daughter had x.. In my favorite. Then. When the newsroom the gravy report and in all of them and all the news then about the cardinal McCarrick scandal, I threw it out. In threw it out is because they're at that point reading through the grand jury report in the city. You know, all the news rounding again need on the sexual abuse them in the church and the betrayal of the leaders of the church. I was still painter. Now, you know, sense of betrayal. That was a sense of sadness in oldest bear. So Wednesday, Thursday, Friday really taught the. The. Pointer. Reach. Then the reality of it was it was kind of feel the same way. All I'm feeling this way. Then pumper centurions. You're feeling the same way. A church. What do we do when we hear this Riddick news about the shepherds who were supposed to be leading us in our theme, do these terrible things. A capital campaign talking about sacrifice, talking about money buildings. I think that assigning talk about what's going on and where do we go from here? In the reality is. Degree injury report, I guess. So it's for granary there was a granary or kind of investigating seventy years of ongoing sexual abuse scandal in dicey Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh area. Dining. Well, nobody was ever taken to core, but that doesn't apply one somewhere. Three hundred and freeze. You know, caught up in this sexual abuse in over the course of the seventy year period. In the new cargo hearings who's apartment will get his feelings. And again, I'm not going to get into the details of and you can go and read on your one. And as I said, it is worth the things that these people be leaders in the church that we should. We should higher state or to have failed us completely. I was filled with ager trail to spare. Where did where we go for that you might meet yourself. I need Jesus, the wind, this church, maybe it's not going to get anywhere. But then keeps freer Friday late Friday that this is absolutely the place you need to be in a timely. This. I'll be one caveat and I'm not defending anything. But in that grade three or four when you get to the end of it, they stayed has been gone since the year. Two thousand two. So this is not a news CMS come out. It's just Newman. The news. It doesn't really matter, but there is something there is a line and the end of the tunnel of the church has amended his ways in extra things in place to protect the young and everyone else that the church is there to shower. So again, there weren't even find a new case after the year two thousand two. But when you read as they'll be how many do MS. I just got three years or dealing being myself into because now you feel like you're walking around the low. Who is a year that guy and in is. Is due in the reality of it is the church did not betray you.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"What are the remedies to the situation. Well, I'm actually heartened the kind of Paul that Catholics have been living under for the last couple of weeks. If not months, you know the fact that this may very well go to the top means me really. The first thing I thought of was, you know, God will simply not be mocked if there is. There will be it'll be a lot harder to find hot hiding places with, you know, letters from various pips saying, we're to. We're going to redouble our efforts. I mean, really, they're trying right now. They're putting out, you know, like a flow charts of what we're doing from the US Kozel, Catholic bishops. It's just it's just a Pauling. I just, I tweeted, it re tweeted it with, and I simply said, I don't. I don't believe you, you know, this is you you, you did all this the the original time. So what other remedies, the remedies of the Bates switches and the shell game that's happened before. I suppose they can try them again, but I pray that doesn't happen now regarding the pope himself. I suppose that's the most salient thing you're asking about the papacy itself. We. Impeaching pope, you know, that's that's not people are kind of talking about that end in separate what? What is politically possible to what shirt, what Cleese Asoka law permits. Okay. Does a Cleese iast law permit the impeaching of pope. Yes, but under far far more stringent circumstances than impeaching in the terminal, you're using the term. I only. Essentially the defrocking of pope pope. Ving him a removing him. Yes, the pope can be removed, but it is it. I mean, you think impeaching is extreme. It's it is far far more hard and in usually involve something about in a not of sound mind and body. And once again, when you have the the climate that we have within the church, specifically Catholic and the church writ large in the tribalism, you know, it's, it's kind of Steve talked about in politics. You know, there's it. It's hard for anybody to gain purchasing momentum for very long because everything is just so tribal in it is within the church. So I don't even know what there would be a large consensus to protect. There's a thing called the lavender mommy mafia. They will rally around a pope Francis. So I don't even think removing him is a reasonable at this point based on what I know. A reasonable concern. I because it's what it would take to put those wheels in motion just doesn't exist there. It's more about applied pressure for a possible Neo shaming him into resignation. Now we already have an that was historic the the first retired pope. In I, I wanna say it was like in three hundred fifty, four one hundred. It may have been more. I don't remember. I mean hundreds and hundreds of years. What does the world look like with two retired pope's on the sidelines? I I don't. I don't see that happening either. I simply see this kind of fog lasting for quite a while and even if fundamental changes are put in motion by people who people just start naming names, don't care about the consequences. Maybe that's at very least they've learned like what? Why. Cardinal McCarrick said the heck with you Bogo. And again, if you Protestants, I thought he was infallible. The pope is believed to be infallible on issues of faith and morals. When he speaks ex cathedra from the officials, not as a human person, I think that's abundantly clear. He's not again you..
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Other institutions we've seen it up at the state house with the Senate president and and his his Husband what is Of cardinal O'Malley is position on the the typical college for the protection of minors his cardinal O'Malley sits on poets called a. Super Kerio committee nine cardinals that work with the pope that govern the. Entire Catholic church I, would say arguably it could be said cardinal O'Malley is the most powerful man in the. City of Boston I can one of nine people that controls a. Worldwide organization Cardinal O'Malley got a letter from a seminary professor Father Boniface Ramsey detailing The abuse that cardinal McCarrick carried, out for years And Cardinal O'Malley has denied getting the. Letter he says that his assistant got the letter father kick. Him he was never apprised of what was in the letter and That he's sorry that he didn't wasn't. Apprised but he took no action the letter was responded to. And basically father kick him said hey that's not our department So Molly saying personally he never saw the. Letter somebody, that's office handled it. Doe- does that strike you as an, honest answer no no not. After what we've been through here in the city of Boston, I, mean they made a The Boston. Globe got a Pulitzer prize for their work? In, the, a moving movie island right big deal and the opening night of. That movie, in town and I just want to take one brief second and just say. That my heart is broken for all the, good and faithful priests that I've ever known throughout my life and that I have right now in my own parish but. When, you have the cardinal who's been he's been tasked with flying, all over the world to go to other countries, where they're having problems and tell them never again we are not going to let that happen, in this church and then he comes back to. His home dialysis and he gets a letter from a senior seminary professor extremely well respected extremely well documented letter and, he, ignores it. And his assistant ignores it and then ten weeks later Cardinal, McCarrick showed up in Boston at a fundraising dinner. For the priests retirement fund Which is woefully under funded has. A forty million dollar endowment they're trying to get it up to eighty, million dollars Does it strike you as strange that Cardinal O'Malley assistant Father kick him would allow Cardinal McCarrick to show up it's such a public fundraising event and actually go table to table and. Take pictures with cardinal O'Malley there's a big picture online of cardinal O'Malley cardinal McCarrick the predator priest who was grooming and corrupting. Seminarians and has been convicted we'll has settled with a and admitted to Abusing a twelve year.
Priest says he warned Vatican about Cardinal McCarrick in 2000
"The. Recent grand jury report on Catholic priest sex abuse has, shaken the Pennsylvania faithful to its core but, there are more cases in, other states Missouri and Kansas victims attorney Rebecca Randall says she can Her own follow up in the, wake of the Pennsylvania report, and. The numbers were astounding We have over two hundred and thirty priests that we know that, had been sexually abusive in, this Eric spoke during a press conference with several abuse survivors including sixty, two year old Tom Viana Spiritually psychologically Brad bloom four, CBS news, Saint Louis and in, Rhode Island a group of abuse victims their join state lawmakers in calling for the legislature to extend the time limit for filing, child, abuse lawsuits they would like the statute of limitations extended from seven to thirty. Five years they also want the state's attorney general to open a grand jury investigation into the providence
Priest says he warned Vatican about Cardinal McCarrick in 2000
"Bernice Corpuz reports cardinal Sean O'Malley claims he didn't know about the allegations until recent, news reports cardinal Sean O'Malley sophists received. A letter from a concern priest back in two thousand fifteen containing claims that former. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick sexually abused an altar boy but O'Malley says he, didn't see it because his secretary. Never handed him the letter. He's now apologizing for how his office handled the letter and says he's prepared to modify office procedures in light of this experience his. Statement follows. A letter from pope Francis condemning clergy abuse and the effort To cover it up clergy sex abuse survivor fell savvy Yano tells WBZ TV the. Apologies are. Too little too late. I think it's a huge disappointment and I think it's a failure of leadership of his Salvino also says the pontiff's letter. Lacks an action plan Bernice Corpuz WBZ, NewsRadio ten
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Center dot org it's all things considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Mary Louise Kelley, the Vatican has weighed in for, the, first time since the release of a Pennsylvania grand, juries investigation into sexual abuse in the states Catholic churches in a statement a spokesman for the Vatican said quote the church must learn hard lessons from its, past and there should be accountability for both abusers and those who permitted the. Abuse to occur the president of the The US bishop's conference also announced today an effort, to address what he calls the quote moral catastrophe within the church but the church has been here before and made similar promises from two thousand to an investigation in Boston uncovered similar abuses so, what if anything will be different this time I put that question to Mark Jordan he's a professor at Harvard divinity school and author of the book telling truth in church this feels a lot like the response of, the bishop's conference in the summer of two. Thousand and two when they issued the. Charter for the protection of children the problem. Is the procedures that are being put in place down to address the fundamental issue there always two things going on in these abuse, cases one is the actual, set of crimes that are committed, by, the individual priests but the much larger issue really, is the issue of the systemic or general problems in the structure of the Catholic church. Around issues of celibacy Obedience when you talk about obedience are you talking about loyalty to beliefs loyalty. To the bylaws of the church loyalty to the reputation of the church really all three. But the strongest form of obedience is obedience loyalty to one's superiors loyalty to the chain. Of command more so than respecting obedience to the people you serve yes and this is I think the. Fundamental difficulty of modern Catholicism that the cult of obedience. Has really eclipsed the sense of perspective love for the people of God it's much easier to operate an empire of muffled rooms avast honeycomb in which. Uncomfortable secrets are kept contained it's interesting to hear you speak about a chain. Of command it has military echoes in a way it almost it almost sounds like a military culture you're describing it doesn't eat and military meta Forests are significant part of the. Training of Catholic priest, so right yeah I? Do often, think that the best analogy is to the Marine Corps where the loyalty the first loyalty. That's instilled. In the training of new, recruits for the marines is loyalty to, the core and in some ways I think that's exactly true for Catholic priest? Your first loyalty, is not to God and not to the people you serve and, not to Jesus the first loyalty, is to the church so do you see this moment. Twenty. Eighteen this grand jury report, in Pennsylvania as a pivotal moment for the Catholic church in the way that people thought Boston back in two thousand two might be. Well that's the problem though isn't it that we thought, that Boston would be a pivotal moment but it. Turned out not to be a pivotal moment so the question. Is what would it take I mean we also have a leading American cardinal cardinal McCarrick under suspicion. Of sexual improprieties over years. So If it's not going to take the suffering of the victims in Pennsylvania if it's not gonna, take the revelations about. A senior? American cardinal what would it take I should stay the, cardinal McCarrick has has denied the allegations made against him. And those allegations are, part of what the? US bishop's, conference say that they want to investigate going forward let me turn your question back on. You What will it, take well I mean with the Catholic church went always has to think. In terms of centuries. And I. Suspect that it will be the pressure of legal authorities outside the church, but also the pressure of changing opinion of the faithful within the, church we're increasingly moving? Into a society. Where the. Concealment of sexual crimes by powerful people is simply. Not acceptable this is another version of me two of the metoo movement as Harvard divinity school Professor Marc. Jordan frustrating thanks for your time thank you More than, three hundred and fifty newspapers today publish editorials defending the role of journalism in a, free society that role has come under attack frequently from President Trump as. NPR's David Folkenflik reports the editorials have drawn cheers for much of the press they've also generated some skepticism. Within the profession here's the kind, of thing we've been hearing from the nation's chief executive since oh seemingly..
Catholic Church's "secret archives" detail playbook for concealing abuse
"A bombshell for the Catholic. Church a Pennsylvania grand jury finds credible evidence that more than three hundred Catholic priests sexually abused at least a thousand children over a period of decades across that state abuse allegedly was kept, quiet by the Catholic church and a cover up that stretches to the Vatican Julie south Moore who covers religion for the Washington Post. Is following the story and spoke with komo's Taylor van Cise and. Carleen Johnson Julie what sort of information was The grand jury provided with and I gotta tell you. I watched some of that press conference from the attorney general yesterday and some of the details it's just it's remarkable how disturbing it really is it really is there's some heartbreaking detail in, this report and a lot of it came right out of the church's own archives they kept secret archives as they move to these. Priests from parish to parish Reveal the abuses they'd. Been accused of. But they kept detailed notes in the, grand jury had access to all of those files on they also interviewed. As many victims as they could and other witnesses they spent eighteen months investigating Is it clear at this point how. Many of these priests or bishops are still active within the within the church or if any. Of them will face criminal charges the. Three hundred plus priests. Who are named in this almost none of them will face criminal charges some. Of them are deceased because this report goes all the way back to nineteen, forty seven many of them are no longer living almost none are potentially none of them are in active ministry today in five of the six dioceses we. Know that there are no active priests who are named in this report and in terms of those who are retired or who have been removed from ministry because of their actions who are still, living who could face criminal charges the statute of limitations. Has run out for most of them which is going to be a major, outcome of this, report is that there's, already calls in Pennsylvania to raise that statute of limitations so that more of these people can. Face criminal charges we're talking to Julie's ause Moore who writes are covers religion for the Washington Post so it took, so long for the abuse everything to come out. In Pennsylvania and this case is so astronomical is this indicative of some of the other stuff is. Yet to be uncovered in other states do you think it is part of a wave right. Now of investigations around the world in. Australia cardinal Pell is. On trial right now in Chile there's a major investigation here in Washington cardinal. McCarrick just became the first cardinal in US history to step down because of sexual abuse allegations this is a moment where a lot of what people thought had been dealt with in the past fifteen years we're realizing that it hasn't. And there still so much more to come to light law, enforcement obviously being the first to comment on all of this but what about the Vatican has pope Francis said anything has not weighed, in on this report and has said they won't even. Say whether anyone who has read it which is surprising given the fact that Footprints, this has been criticized repeatedly lately for not taking sexual abuse. Seriously enough in the eyes of many
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Welcome back I'm. David night let's talk a little bit about the cardinal sin cardinal sin this been reveal last week. Or so and of course I'm. Talking about the highest ranking official the Catholic church in America to ever. Resign, that'd be cardinal McCarrick a pedophile this is. Something that has been happening in one country. After the other I we had this several years ago in Ireland we've. Had a massive pedophile scandal and Chile now Chilean authorities are getting. Tough on priests, beginning, the, middle, of June there have been six raids on offices, belonging, to. The Catholic church they've confiscated laptops documents, files computers things like that And Australia we've had the. Number three, guy, in the, Vatican cardinal Pell as, now gone back to Australia. To stand trial on pedophile charges why because they changed the statute of limitations the statute of limitations has been the thing that has protected the powerful because, they are typically the ones who are. Involved in. These pedophile rings. Protected the powerful politicians powerful church members and so forth from. This type of thing and of course. McCarrick was very big fundraiser for the Vatican and as. The information surfaced the pope who had said. That he was going to get. Tough on the pedophile church when he began but of course he didn't. Do, that he said well you know I only. Think it's I forget what he said maybe. Two percent or something like that was some number that he came up. With me talk to a reporter and if you did the math. On that that, would, be, like, eight thousand priests He didn't do much, of anything and when you have a guy like cardinal McCarrick who has. Been a massive fundraiser a celebrity cardinal just wasn't a celebrate cardinal when you have somebody like that get caught and now the. This? Pope is going to get tough on. Pedophile comes out and says well the cardinal will be sentenced to quote a life of prayer and penance don't come after him for criminal charges of course I won't, because we've got a statute of limitations to protect people like. This and so, this is kind of the prayer not prison approach you'll hear the press, talk about this because they're more than happy to talk about corrupt church leaders they're more than happy to. Talk about kids being separated from the. Parents at, the, border because, of immigration enforcement because, we need to know if. They really are the parents or if they're child traffickers what they will not talk about is the hundreds of, thousands of American families middle class and working, class people who have their children stolen By CPS without due. Process yesterday I talked to Dwight Mitchell this happened to him he got involved he started an organization called stop CPS legally kidnapping kids I want you to hear what he says about the scope of, how big this problem is that the media is completely silent about here is, Dwight Mitchell stop CPS legally kidnapping kits was misbehaving terribly sorta I did what I thought most parents did Spanking Parental discipline Told the daily Contact release I know they had taken all three Brancheau in custody.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Welcome back. I'm David let's, talk a little bit about the cardinal sin cardinal sin that's been revealed last week or. So and of course I'm talking about. The highest ranking official of the Catholic church in America to ever resign. That, would be cardinal McCarrick a pedophile this is. Something that has been happening in one country. After the other I we had this several years, ago in Ireland we've had. A massive pedophile scandal and Chile now Chilean authorities are getting tough. On pedophile priests, beginning, the, middle, of June there have been six raids on offices, belonging, to. The Catholic church they've confiscated laptops documents, files computers things like that And Australia we've. Had the, number, three guy, in the Vatican cardinal Pell has now. Gone back to Australia to stand trial on pedophile charges why because they change the statute of limitations the statute of limitations has been the thing that has, protected the powerful because they're typically the. Ones who. Are involved. In these pedophile rings protected the powerful politicians powerful church members and so forth from this type of. Thing and of course McCarrick was a very big fundraiser for the Vatican and as the information surfaced the. Pope who had said that he was. Going to get tough on the pedophile church when he began but of. Course, he didn't do that he said well you. Know only think it's forget what he said. Maybe two percent or something like that was some, number that he came up. With me talk to a reporter and if you did the math. On that that, would, be, like, eight thousand priests He didn't do much of anything and, when you have a guy like cardinal McCarrick who has been a massive. Fundraiser a celebrity cardinal just wasn't a celebrate cardinal when you have somebody like that get caught and now the pope is going. To? Get tough on pedophile is comes out. And says well the cardinal will be sentenced to quote a life of prayer and penance don't come after him for criminal charges of course I won't because we've, got a statute of limitations to protect people like this and. So this is, kind of the prayer not prison approach you'll hear the press talk about this, because there are more than happy to talk about corrupt church leaders they're more than happy to talk about. Kids being separated from the parents of. The border, because, of immigration, enforcement because we need to know if. They really are the parents or if their child traffickers what they will not talk about is the hundreds of, thousands of American families middle class and working, class people who have their children stolen By CPS without due process yesterday I talked. To Dwight Mitchell this happened to him he got involved he started an organization called stop CPS legally kidnapping kids I want you to hear what he says about the scope of how big this problem, is that the media is completely silent about here is Dwight Mitchell stop CPS, legally couldn't amping kits by son was misbehaving terribly in Minnesota I did what I thought most parents did Spanking Parental discipline Told david Release Taking my all three Custody Well just for spanking and, again no here is to see whether excessive force was used or. No did they have a search warrant when they came for the, children but how did that? Happen because that's the key part of the way these things typically go down For dinner so we weren't even home Telling us to come down Police station And so we, go down I arrested for malicious L. in jail. My children are taken I did not have Seventy two hours I had. To wait ten days I hear There was. No evidence it was just surely social worker. Allegations allegations Former. White children and the youngest for five months Twenty two months That time period, eye contact whatsoever Wow wow so how did this eventually get resolved that they finally have a hearing after, twenty two months I became frustrated with Initially I was pushing back. Arguing about my jelly Notching grace Finally I By attorney. Council, accuracy I. Heard on my evidence and so all of these lies CPS had gone over. The course of twenty two months My case was dismissed and turn Absolutely amazing to me what do you think about the fact that the media is constantly talking? About.
D.C. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick resigns amid sex abuse claims
"Five point nine FM and. AM six thirty Washington's ball WMA Al I'm Jim Bartell the Vatican says pope Francis has accepted US prelate Theodore mckarrick software to resign from the college, of cardinals correspondent, John Allen says McCarrick has been accused of past sexual abuse accusations now old, the, cardinal McCarrick is guilty of the reliability of acts of sexual misconduct and abuse including at least one. Case with a minor of course pope Francis has pledged himself to us long zero. Tolerance policy in sexual abuse the Vatican announced that the pope has accepted hurdle. Mature exquisite nation from the college of cardinals a Virginia man. Who. Says he was sexually abused for decades McCarrick said today that.
Francis, Cardinals and New York discussed on 24 Hour News
"Hold the cardinal McCarrick is guilty of the velocity of acts of sexual misconduct and. Abuse including at least one two with a. Minor of course spoke Francis has pledged himself to a strong zero tolerance policy in sexual abuse the Vatican announced that the pope has accepted mature resignation from the. College of cardinals McCarrick was. Removed from public ministry on June twentieth when an. Investigation began into reports that he molested an. Eleven year old boy in New York. City years ago that man alleges that the abuse continued for more than twenty years. McCarrick.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Two ricardo and clergy abuse i'm fred bodmer with report on religion former washington dc archbishop theodore mckarrick has been accused of sexually abusing a teenager fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york in two thousand two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power probably the beginning of a real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the freezer for someone who would do such a thing we get more details on karna mechanics removal from wcbs reporter rich lamb in new york the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informed mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese in review board it found the allegations credible and substantiated the newark archdiocese said it has never received an accusation that cardinal mccarrick abused a minor but it does say it in the diocese of matai received three allegations of sexual misconduct with adults decades ago two of which resulted in settlements tim lennon is president of the survivors network of those abused by priests issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statute of limitations mckarrick says he has absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse and believes in his innocence but says he's sorry for the pain the person who brought the charges has gone through as well as for the scandals such charges caused the faithful with report on religion fred bottom our cbs news wbz news time nine twenty three this portion of.
"cardinal mccarrick" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of sexually abusing a teenager fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york in two thousand and two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power probably the beginning of a real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the freezer someone who would do such a thing we get more details on karna mechanics removal from wcbs reporter rich lamb in new york the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informs mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese in review board it found the allegations credible and substantiated the newark archdiocese said it has never received an act that cardinal mccarrick abused a minor but it does say it in the diocese of matai received three allegations of sexual misconduct with adults decades ago two of which resulted in settlements tim lennon is president of the survivors network of those abused by priests issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statute of limitations mckarrick says he has absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse and believes in his innocence but says he's sorry for the pain the person who brought the charges has gone through as well as for the scandals such charges caused the faithful with report on religion fred bottom our news radio wpbsa is home but the bears touchdown a new coach a new era in two thousand eighteen catch every exciting moment from training camp to the end of the sea.