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[–] ClairesDeLuney 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Born & raised here in Mobile... This sickening "news" is sadly, not surprising. My father was raised Catholic, attending private Catholic schools here. I've more than once asked him if he ever heard or saw anything in that creepy or perverse vein. He did not, but recalls a priest/teacher once becoming infuriated at his classmate's attitude in class. The priest flipped the student over in his desk. My dad always gives a nervous laugh when recalling memories of a few quick-tempered priests or nuns. Living here, you get the vibe there is still an unspoken cover-up & that exposing even now-deceased perps would "tarnish" their legacies. Sick, evil, & beyond dysfunctional.... I pray for love, peace, & solace for all the many victims. ❤️

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[–] shewhomustbeobeyed 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

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[–] carmencita 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The names include those of a one-time Air Force chaplain; a former director of youth ministry; men who worked at Catholic schools; and one who worked at a boys home. The church statements did not include key information, such as exactly when or where alleged misconduct happened, nor did they describe what had occurred.

Nor did they describe what had occurred Nope, that's always the part that riles people up and turns their stomachs

The names on the lists include those of priests, deacons and members of religious orders. Names of suspected abusers have been shared with state and local prosecutors, said Rodi’s letter, and no one credibly accused of misconduct is currently ministering in the region.

no one credibly accused of misconduct is currently ministering in the region...............no, as always they were moved elsewhere

Another miscarriage of justice by the Jesuits and the RCC and the pope

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[–] fogdryer [S] 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

No, the Vatican does not want to comply.

Did you read the part about Wild saying people wanted assurance this wasn’t happening in their church ???

Poor leadership.

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[–] carmencita 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Yes, People believe what they want to believe. Lies is what they are good at.

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[–] ClairesDeLuney ago 

A not-surprising fact: the most expensive college in Alabama is Spring Hill College, right here in Mobile. It is Jesuit Catholic.