Tuesday, 19 February 2013


Didn't the Pope cover up stuff in Philadelphia?

Sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic archdiocese of Philadelphia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The sexual abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania, U.S., is a significant episode in the series of Catholic sex abuse casesin the United States, Ireland and elsewhere. The Philadelphia abuses were substantially revealed through a grand jury investigation in 2005. In early 2011, a new grand jury reported extensive new charges of abusive priests active in the archdiocese. In 2012, a guilty plea by priest Edward Avery and the related trial and conviction of Monsignor William Lynn and mistrial on charges against Rev. James J. Brennan followed from the grand jury's investigations.


1 Grand jury in 2005 and aftermath
1.1 Cover-up by cardinals Krol and Bevilacqua
1.2 Role of Cardinal Rigali in 2005
1.3 Actions of Bishop Cistone
1.3.1 Aftermath in Saginaw, Michigan
1.4 John McDevitt affair
1.5 Use of the penile plethysmograph
1.6 Mary Achilles hired by archdiocese
2 2011 grand jury
3 Legal proceedings
3.1 Edward Avery guilty plea and sentencing
3.2 William Lynn and James Brennan trial
3.3 Engelhardt and Shero trial
3.4 Civil cases
4 Penitential service and other aftermath
5 Resignation of Rigali and appointment of Chaput
6 More reaction
7 See also
8 References "

Here we go.

I told you: He's pissed.

What, you didn't know?



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