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Pope Francis Knew Pedophile Priest Took Nude Selfies

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 12:22 PM PST

ROME (ITALY) Daily Beast January 20, 2019 By Barbie Latza Nadeau Pope Francis was apparently told in 2015 and again in 2017 that an Argentine priest he once called his "spiritual son" and elevated to bishop before he became pope had taken naked selfies, exhibited obscene behavior including public masturbation, and had harassed seminarians, according to an exclusive report by the Associated Press. In early January the Vatican confirmed that it had just learned that Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta, who resides in Vatican City with complete immunity, faces credible criminal allegations in Argentina for sexually abusing seminarians in the remote Argentine diocese of Oran. But Juan Jose Manzano, the former vicar where Zanchetta allegedly carried out the sexual harassment that included sending nude photos of himself in various stages of arousal, told the Associated Press that he first reported Zanchetta's lewd behavior to the papal nuncio or ambassador to the Holy See, who then delivered the complaints to the Vatican in 2015, two years after Francis was elected. The Vatican spokesman did not immediately respond to questions about the AP report on Sunday. The pope has summoned Catholic leaders to Rome from Feb. 21-24 for a crisis summit to address the systematic global clerical abuse scandal. Revelations like these that imply that the pope himself may have been involved in the cover-up of errant priests will do nothing to set the stage for much-needed change. Manzano claims he even sent nudie photos of the priest to Rome as proof to back up the complaint. Manzano told the AP that Francis then actually summoned Zanchetta to Rome to discuss the matter, in direct contradiction with the Vatican press office, which claims the news of sexual impropriety on the part of Zanchetta only came to light in late 2018.

Bill Nemitz: Dangerous times at Cheverus High

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 12:18 PM PST

PORTLAND (ME) Press Herald January 20, 2019 By Bill Nemitz At first glance, it was yet another list, released last week by yet another Roman Catholic institution, detailing yet another travesty involving sexual abuse of minors. But overlay the timelines of the seven Jesuit priests, all admitted or credibly accused predators, who passed through Cheverus High School in Portland over the course of nearly a half century and something startling emerges: The years 1978 and 1979 were a particularly dangerous time for a vulnerable teenage boy to attend Cheverus. During those years, no fewer than five predatory men worked simultaneously at the school– four so-called "men of God" and one layman coach. Think about that. Five adults, all prone to sexually exploiting their power and authority in a school where hierarchal discipline ruled the day. All free to roam the teeming hallways, the packed classrooms and, yes, the lonely locker room with an eye out for those who might make an easy mark. At the same time, we can only wonder: How many more victims, now in their 50s, are still out there, their lives forever damaged, their trauma still raw, their stories shared with no one? And how much are Cheverus and its alumni community really doing to reach back and help them? "I'm sure you're right," Mark Smith, who graduated from Cheverus in 1972 and went on to teach biology there for 41 years, said in a telephone interview Friday. "I'm sure there have to be some others out there."

I’m a survivor of clergy sexual abuse. Here’s what N.J. should do to protect victims

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 12:16 PM PST

NEWARK (NJ) Star-Ledger January 20, 2019 By Mark Crawford For more than 20 years the local chapter of SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, has called on the five New Jersey Catholic bishops to release the names, assignment histories and what church officials knew about all known credibly accused clergy who molested children. Years of silence was their only response. Last summer we learned that New Jersey's Archbishop Theodore McCarrick had not only sexually abused seminarians and fellow priests under his authority, he abused children as well. The abuse of the subordinate seminarians and clergy was a fact well known to church bishops and officials as he was promoted on up the ladder, becoming one of the most influential cardinals of the Catholic Church. Last August, the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report revealed allegations that more than 300 priests had abused more than 1,000 children in six of the eight Catholic dioceses in that state. The report revealed in horrific detail the systemic abuse of children and church officials' efforts to cover up such crimes to protect the institution as they abandoned the concerns of the abused.

Sin dar declaraciones llega enviado papal a Puerto Montt

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:37 AM PST

[Papal envoy arrives in Puerto Montt without comment] CHILE BioBioChile January 20, 2019 By Yessenia Márquez and Diego Barría Durante horas de esta tarde de este sábado llegó a Puerto Montt el sacerdote mexicano Jorge Carlos Patrón. El visitador apostólico fue enviado por el papa Francisco para investigar la arquidiócesis de la zona.

Victims of jailed abuser who remains a priest feel betrayed by Church

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:33 AM PST

DUNDEE (SCOTLAND) The Sunday Post January 20, 2019 By Marion Scott & Janet Boyle A Catholic churchman jailed last year for abusing boys as young as five has yet to be stripped of his priesthood. Father Paul Moore was jailed for nine years last April after he was found guilty of abusing three young boys and indecently assaulting a trainee priest. But the Bishop of Galloway has revealed that the process of laicisation – removing a priest from the church – has not been completed. Bishop William Nolan said the process had been held up by Moore refusing to admit his guilt. One of his victims said he felt "betrayed all over again" by the Church. Moore was twice sent for "treatment" after confessing to his bishop he had a "desire to abuse minors."

Letter to the editor: Church has dealt with its sex assault problem

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:30 AM PST

PORTLAND (ME) Press Herald January 20, 2019 The narrative that there is an ongoing widespread and unaddressed rape culture in the Catholic Church in the United States is false. This is not today's Catholic Church. In 2002, Catholic bishops passed the Dallas Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People in the wake of revelations by The Boston Globe about sexual abuse of minors by Catholic priests.

‘Impossible contradiction’ besets Erie-area priest case

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:28 AM PST

ERIE (PA) Erie Times January 20, 2019 By Ed Palattella and Madeleine O'Neill Parishioners, others reveal shock, dismay in letters of support for Rev. David Poulson, sentenced to up to 14 years in state prison. Faith was at the center of the Rev. David L. Poulson's sentencing hearing for sexually abusing two boys while in ministry in the Catholic Diocese of Erie. The judge told Poulson he "weaponized" the boys' faith and abused his authority as a priest when he molested them. Poulson, 65, said at his sentencing earlier in January that he prays for the victims every day and offers penance for his actions. It was Poulson's expressions of faith and reverence over his 39-year career as a cleric that made the crimes so shocking in the traditional Catholic communities he served in northwestern Pennsylvania. A series of character letters submitted by the defense at the sentencing highlight Poulson's double life — and the difficult questions the faithful must confront when a spiritual leader is revealed as a predator. A prison sentence was the final step in Poulson's fall from grace. He received two and a half to 14 years in state prison from Jefferson County Judge John H. Foradora at the sentencing on Jan. 11. The defense filed the 19 character letters, sent by Poulson's friends and former parishioners, with a sentencing memorandum that asked Foradora to issue a much shorter sentence. The Erie Times-News received a copy of the sentencing memorandum, which was filed publicly at the Jefferson County Courthouse, last week. "We have been crushed by what has come to light since February," wrote one former parishioner, who said Poulson baptized his children.

AP EXCLUSIVE: VATICAN KNEW OF ARGENTINE BISHOP MISCONDUCT

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:26 AM PST

ORAN (ARGENTINA) Associated Press January 20, 2019 By Almudena Caltrava, Natacha Pisarenko and Nicole Winfield The Vatican received information in 2015 and 2017 that an Argentine bishop close to Pope Francis had taken naked selfies, exhibited "obscene" behavior and had been accused of misconduct with seminarians, his former vicar general told The Associated Press, undermining Vatican claims that allegations of sexual abuse were only made a few months ago. Francis accepted Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta's resignation in August 2017, after priests in the remote northern Argentine diocese of Oran complained about his authoritarian rule and a former vicar, seminary rector and another prelate provided reports to the Vatican alleging abuses of power, inappropriate behavior and sexual harassment of adult seminarians, said the former vicar, the Rev. Juan Jose Manzano. The scandal over Zanchetta, 54, is the latest to implicate Francis as he and the Catholic hierarchy as a whole face an unprecedented crisis of confidence over their mishandling of cases of clergy sexual abuse of minors and misconduct with adults. Francis has summoned church leaders to a summit next month to chart the course forward for the universal church, but his own actions in individual cases are increasingly in the spotlight. The pope's decision to allow Zanchetta to resign quietly, and then promote him to the No. 2 position in one of the Vatican's most sensitive offices, has raised questions again about whether Francis turned a blind eye to misconduct of his allies and dismissed allegations against them as ideological attacks. Manzano, Oran's vicar general under Zanchetta who is now a parish priest, said he was one of the diocesan officials who raised the alarm about his boss in 2015 and sent the digital selfies to the Vatican.

AP EXCLUSIVE: VATICAN KNEW OF ARGENTINE BISHOP MISCONDUCT

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:26 AM PST

ORAN (ARGENTINA) Associated Press January 20, 2019 By Almudena Caltrava, Natacha Pisarenko and Nicole Winfield The Vatican received information in 2015 and 2017 that an Argentine bishop close to Pope Francis had taken naked selfies, exhibited "obscene" behavior and had been accused of misconduct with seminarians, his former vicar general told The Associated Press, undermining Vatican claims that allegations of sexual abuse were only made a few months ago. Francis accepted Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta's resignation in August 2017, after priests in the remote northern Argentine diocese of Oran complained about his authoritarian rule and a former vicar, seminary rector and another prelate provided reports to the Vatican alleging abuses of power, inappropriate behavior and sexual harassment of adult seminarians, said the former vicar, the Rev. Juan Jose Manzano. The scandal over Zanchetta, 54, is the latest to implicate Francis as he and the Catholic hierarchy as a whole face an unprecedented crisis of confidence over their mishandling of cases of clergy sexual abuse of minors and misconduct with adults. Francis has summoned church leaders to a summit next month to chart the course forward for the universal church, but his own actions in individual cases are increasingly in the spotlight. The pope's decision to allow Zanchetta to resign quietly, and then promote him to the No. 2 position in one of the Vatican's most sensitive offices, has raised questions again about whether Francis turned a blind eye to misconduct of his allies and dismissed allegations against them as ideological attacks. Manzano, Oran's vicar general under Zanchetta who is now a parish priest, said he was one of the diocesan officials who raised the alarm about his boss in 2015 and sent the digital selfies to the Vatican.

Benito Baranda, ex director del Hogar de Cristo: “Siento rabia, tristeza, dolor… La imagen de Renato Poblete va a quedar más afectada cuando hable la víctima”

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:32 AM PST

[Benito Baranda, former director of Hogar de Cristo: "I feel anger, sadness, pain ... The image of Renato Poblete will be more affected when the victim speaks"] CHILE La Tercera January 20, 2019 By Carla Pía Ruiz Pereira El exdirector del Hogar de Cristo dice que lo sorprendió la denuncia por abuso sexual en contra de Renato Poblete, y a un año de la visita del Papa Francisco a Chile, quien también fue el coordinador de Estado para ese viaje, señala que "hubo mucha desilusión". "En lo primero que pensé fue en la víctima, en la persona que fue abusada. Y en el sufrimiento que vive hasta hoy". Benito Baranda acaba de llegar a Chile desde Haití, por una visita de América Solidaria. Baranda, antes de aterrizar en Chile, hizo una escala en Miami. Allí, ya conectado a internet, antes de embarcar, antes de apagar su celular, se enteró.

Mácula en el ‘Vaticano catalán’

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:32 AM PST

[Stain on the 'Catalan Vatican'] SPAIN El País January 20, 2019 By Francesc Valls Ver el monasterio a merced de los vientos de la pederastia que azotan a la Iglesia es una mácula difícil de sobrellevar para los monjes Es muy difícil mantener el secreto en una comunidad monástica integrada por unas decenas de personas. Sin embargo, durante años apenas ha trascendido nada de lo que sucedía intramuros en Montserrat. Mano de hierro. Cualquier información crítica era negada; los sospechosos de haberla facilitado,castigados con el destierro; y los medios de comunicación vehículo de tal denuncia, tachados de enemigos de la Iglesia y de la patria, no en vano Montserrat mantuvo la llama de la catalanidad durante la larga noche franquista y supo ser de puertas afuera suficientemente montiniana. Por eso cobra importancia el testimonio de Miguel Hurtado, que sufrió abusos cuando tenía 16 años por parte del monje Andreu Soler, responsable durante 40 años del grupo scout de Montserrat.

INVESTIGATION: Sacked Scots priest Father Joseph Dunne denies abuse allegations as he’s tracked down in Ireland

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:23 AM PST

DUNDEE (SCOTLAND) The Sunday Post January 20, 2019 By Marion Scott & Janet Boyle A Catholic priest who disappeared after being accused of abuse in Scotland and California has been tracked down in rural Ireland. Father Joseph Dunne was found living with his sister in a bungalow just outside the village of Geashill, in County Offaly. Asked about the allegations against him, the 77-year-old denied any wrong-doing, saying: "I've done nothing wrong. My conscience is clear." Last week we told how Dunne was sacked from his Glasgow parish in 1988 by the late Cardinal Thomas Winning, after complaints about inappropriate behaviour towards young girls. But the police and other Catholic churches were not told and Dunne found a new church in Los Angeles before being accused again.

Ex-Carlsbad Priest Sentenced to Jail for Groping Seminary Student

Posted: 19 Jan 2019 10:30 PM PST

SAN DIEGO (CA) NBC 7 January 18, 2019 A former associate pastor at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Carlsbad was sentenced Friday to 60 days in jail and three years probation after being found guilty of misdemeanor sexual battery last month. Rev. Juan Garcia Castillo will also be required to register as a sex offender, the District Attorney's office said. He was convicted Dec. 17 of groping a seminary student in a Carlsbad restaurant on Feb. 4, 2018. An attorney and former U.S. Naval officer who was studying to become a priest accused Castillo of grabbing his genitals after a night of drinking in a Carlsbad restaurant and bar. Surveillance video showing the three men drinking in the restaurant was submitted as evidence. Locals Unite for 3rd Annual Women's March in San Diego The victim said all the drinking eventually made him sick so he went to the bathroom where he vomited. "All of the sudden I feel him behind me," the man, who did not want to be identified, said. He testified that Castillo began touching him around his thighs and waist as he stood over a toilet. "All of the sudden the hand very quickly goes directly to my crotch and grabs my [genitals]," he said.

A weekend to forget: A Mount Carmel altar boy's story of clergy abuse

Posted: 19 Jan 2019 10:24 PM PST

PITTSFIELD (MA) The Berkshire Eagle January 19, 2019 By Larry Parnass It was dusk when the car reached the hotel. A priest got out and went in to register and get a room key. Another priest waited in the car. He wasn't alone. With him were two boys in their early teens who sported 1970s moptops. After a long drive from their homes in Pittsfield, they had no idea where they were. Forty-six years later, one of them can close his eyes and put himself in those uncertain moments. In that car. In that hotel room. In that bed. "The movie that I play in my head is what happened that night, with infinite detail," said Michael Carpino, who was 13 at the time. He's now 59 and lives in Colorado. "It doesn't leave you. It's a sentence for life." On Feb. 10, the Most Rev. Mitchell T. Rozanski, bishop of the Springfield diocese, will come to Pittsfield to hear concerns about the Catholic Church's handling of clergy abuse, amid renewed and growing attention to the problem worldwide. The bishop will settle into a seat blocks from the former Mount Carmel Church, where Carpino served as an altar boy for the Rev. Richard J. Ahern, a priest who spent six years in Pittsfield and was named as an abuser by multiple victims around New England. Carpino won't be around to tell his story to the bishop. He moved to Colorado soon after graduating from the University of Massachusetts in the 1980s and has worked there in the high-tech field. But he detailed his abuse in phone interviews with The Eagle this past week, nearly three years after he first posted on social media about his abuse.