Lots to do

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We are proud and thrilled grandparents again.  Our new grandson arrived yesterday.  He’s a very healthy 9lb 5 oz., and, of course, he’s beautiful 🙂

This little fellow’s arrival is truly a blessing.  There were medical issues which cropped up a couple of months ago so we were terribly concerned that he would arrive safely and that our daughter would be alright.  God is good.  All is well.  Such a blessed relief.


No work today as far as posting information on the site is concerned.   I shall carry on tomorrow:  there’s lots to do.

I have a picture I really do want to scan and post on the Father Henry Maloney page.  I also really need to get back to work bringing theinquiry.ca site up to date.  In light of the charges against Father Vaillancourt I will probably start by adding articles to  the David Silmser page, and then hopefully do a little more on the Perry Dunlop page.

Some will recall that Father Vaillncourt was also heavily involved in the Father Gilles Deslaurier charges (as, for that matter, was Jacques Leduc).  That was back in 1986.  I want to go back through some of that information and make note of it now, but hopefully do so in a way which does not necessitate outlining the whole convoluted mess and attempts at cover-up which marked the Alexandria-Cornwall diocese’s handling of the allegations and recycling of a predator priest.

Enough for now,


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1 Response to Lots to do

  1. Leona says:

    Congratulations on the new grandchild, Sylvia! Glad to hear that all is well.

    I’ve been watching all of the press for the movie Spotlight and anticipating going to see it when it finally hits the theatres in Vancouver on Nov. 13. I have a question that I was hoping you might be able to answer. To your knowledge has their been any true investigative reporting on the abuse scandal in Canada? I know there’s been a lot of reporting of stories and the inquiries, but at anytime did the Canadian press make any attempts to investigate clergy abuse stories as did the Spotlight team in Boston?

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