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A “busy” weekend – hot sultry weather – time to sit back and enjoy family and friends.  I enjoyed the break – sometimesI just need to clear my mind for a spell.

I finally managed to get to a library to confirm that convicted clerical molester Father Robert Whyte is indeed the Robert Whyte who was teaching at St. Michael’s College School in 1951 and 1952. That means that Whyte and Father Hod Marshall were both teaching at SMCS in ’51 and ’52. 

I also found that, according to Canadian Catholic Church Directories, both Whyte and Marshall were  at  Assumption College in Windsor in 1957. and that the 1959, 1960 and 1961 CCCDs place Marshall at St. Thomas More College, Saskatoon Saskatchewan.

I will update both the Whyte and Marshall pages with the new information now.

I have a few other bits of information on other clergy listed on the Accused page.  I will make note after all the new info has been added.

Enough for now,

Sylvia

(cornwall@theinquiry.ca)

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1 Response to New info

  1. Reality Checker says:

    CAN SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN TO ME HOW A CATHOLIC PRIEST CAN STEAL OVER A MILLION DOLLARS FROM HIS DIOCESE FOR MALE ESCORTS AND IT GOES UNTECTED FOR A FEW YEARS???

    (I am really missing something in the big picture!!! Is this where the money from the collection plates go??? Aren’t there any controls???)

    US priest charged with stealing more than $1M to use for male escorts

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – A Roman Catholic priest has been arrested on charges he stole $1.3 million in church money over seven years to use for male escorts, expensive clothing, and luxury hotels and restaurants.

    Waterbury police say the 64-year-old Rev. Kevin J. Gray was charged Tuesday with first-degree larceny. Gray is the former pastor at Sacred Heart/Sagrado Corazon Parish in Waterbury.

    The Hartford Archdiocese last month asked police to investigate after it discovered during a financial review that he might have taken more than a million dollars for personal use.
    Grey was Sacred Heart’s pastor from January 2003 until April 15, when he was granted a medical leave. He was later suspended but still lives there.

    Telephone messages were left at Sacred Heart and the office of his public defender.

    Associated Press

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