If you’ve wondered what you can do with information you have that hasn’t moved the Diocese to action there is now another place to take your information. The Organization Roman Catholic Faithful, https://rcf.org/ has investigated and uncovered abuse all over the nation: https://rcf.org/press/index.htm
Read this article https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2018/09/08/illinois-priest-removed-for-homosexual-porn-misappropriating-29000/
In the Diocese of Jefferson City would stealing $29,000 get someone removed from the clergy? Not if his name is Deacon Tony Valdes. Would having male pornography? IF a priest of the Diocese of Jefferson City had a lot of pornography at any point and IF the Bishop knew about it what would he do? Would he put the priest in parishes with schools with young teenage boys? On the surface it seems like a tough choice to contact a lay organization to report abuse in the Church but people have usually reported to the Hierarchy and gotten nowhere when they finally choose to go somewhere else. You should report things to Bishop McKnight as he asked, but at some point we all have a duty to protect the young people of the Diocese. That was the purpose of this blog.
The Federalist explains why the scandal in the Catholic Church is really about Pederasty.
Some are claiming it’s an intentional and malicious infiltration of the Church:
At the bottom of the article linked below you can find out what happened to whistle blowers, and why priests are afraid to speak up about Bishops.
From the comment section:
“I was just reading about Fr. Alfred Kunz who sent letters to St. Pope John Paul II outlining the homosexual and satanist ring in the Midwest. He was murdered shortly after the letters were delivered. His throat was slit in the hallway of his church.”
There is still an open investigation into the Death of Fr. Kunz. Like many of those cases there was no sign of struggle, it appears they know their attackers and aren’t expecting death.
Unexpected deaths. It makes us pause when reading Archbishop Viganò’s report detailing what Pope Francis knew about Cardinal McCarrick’s abuse:
“Monsignor Jean-François Lantheaume, then first Counsellor of the Nunciature in
Washington and Chargé d’Affaires a.i. after the unexpected death of Nuncio Sambi in Baltimore, told me when I arrived in Washington and he is ready to testify to it about a stormy conversation, lasting over an hour, that Nuncio Sambi had with Cardinal McCarrick whom he had summoned to the Nunciature. Monsignor Lantheaume told me that “the Nuncio’s voice could be heard all the way out in the corridor.”