Convicted clerical molester recycled to minister to native peoples

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Please read:  20 November 2010:  BLOG  Recycling (The Recycling of Convicted Molester Father Ed MacNeil omi)

(NOTE:   since this article was posted Father Ed MacNeil’s faculties for the Archdiocese of Ottawa were revoked:  30 November 2010:  BLOG Good News!  Furthermore, in response to question posed, I was advised by Ottawa”s Vicar General & Chancellor Monisgnor Kevin Beach on 07 December 2010  that

“Fr. MacNeil received faculties during the time of Archbishop Gervais’ ministry.  Therefore, the faculties were in place when Archbishop Prendergast arrived in 2007.  When our present Archbishop [Prendergast] learned of Fr. MacNeil’s history, he instructed that his faculties be revoked.”  )

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Father Ed MacNeil, a convicted molester, has been saying Mass for the past eight years and ministering to native peoples.  He has done so with the consent and approval of Ottawa’s Archbishop Terrence Prendergast SJ. (see above)  Prendergast  is one of the bishops chosen by the Vatican to examine the sex abuse scandals in Ireland

 On the front page of the Kateri Bulletin October 2010  Father Ed MacNeil is listed a “Sacramental Minister” for the Kateri Native Ministry of Ottawa.  Administrative Asst. is Daryold Corbiere Winkler.  That is Father Daroyld Corbiere Winkler csb, a Basilian priest, ordained 1997,  currently  pursuing his doctorate at Ottawa’s Saint Paul University.

21-23 May 2010:  Healing and reconciliation Conference 2010  Father Ed MacNeil omi was there as a priest (see picture below) Note that there were young people in attendance: “Blake Kwatiash represented the Native youth of Thunder Bay”

16-18 May 2008: 10th Annual Kateri Healing & Prayer Conference Father Ed MacNeil omi was there as a priest (see picture below)) This is a cached file.  Note Registration for children under 12 1/2 price. Note also “Speical Ministry for Youth”,

(Above: Father Ed MacNeil OMI offering Mass at the 12th Annual Healing and Reconciliation conference, Pembroke, ON, 21-23 May 2010.  “More than eighty native and non-native people attended with the majority being native. People came from Pic River First Nations Heron Bay, Pic Mobert, Ottawa, Sagamok, Toronto, Brandford, Orillia, Thunder Bay and from the provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick.”)

(Below: Father Ed MacNeil (Left)  Archbishop Marcel Gervais (special guest speaker) at the annual  Healing and Prayer Conference, Pembroke, ON, 16 & 17 May 2008.  “Attendees (+150) arrived by car and bus loads from Long Lac, Geraldton, Pic Mobert, Pic River Heron Bay, Golden Lake, Orillia, Sagamok, Toronto, Burnt Church – NB, Eel Ground-NB, Woodstock-NB, Kahnawake-PQ, Montreal-PQ and Prince Albert-Sask, etc.”    Not visible in this picture is boy who looks to be in his teens)

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