There are several new postings of interest:
(1) Mount Cashel
Updates on the civil trial currently under way in St. John’s Newfoundland. The court battle continues to hold the Archdiocese of St. John’s accountable for the countless atrocities which was perpetrated by the Christian Brothers on numerous young Roman Catholic boys at Mount Cashel orphanage in the archdiocese:
18 April 2016: Court will hear one voice from Hughes Inquiry
19 April 2016: Expert witness at Mount Cashel civil trial up in the air
And, for the benefit of those who want to go deeper, Volume One of th4e Hughes Commission Report. I had it posted on theinquiry.ca, but that document had not as yet been re-posted (I haven’t worked on the site for quite some time now – hopefully I will be able to get back to re-building it in the not too distant future) . So here it is:
(2) Mark Rozzi
On the one hand a sad, but on the other amazing, account of one victim’s battle to see justice done. A reminder to us all that one person truly can make a difference. What a courageous man. Such perseverance:
As you can see, I just had to post it 🙂
(3) Father Joseph Palanivel Jeyapaul
And here comes the bad news. The news is about a month old, but this truly had to be posted.
Here we have a Vatican-approved lifting of a suspension on an Indian priest who molested in the United States , was recycled back to his native land, and now has his suspension lifted:
11 February 2016: “ Indian bishop lifts convicted priest’s suspension“ & related article
The man should be out of the priesthood. Out.
What, oh what, is it that so many of our Church officials fail to understand about the very biblical millstones?
I have been out of sorts for a bit of a spell. Slowly but surely I will get back on track 🙂
Enough for now.