Tuesday, July 22, 2014

PNC NEWS: Archdiocese Admits They Were Aware of Allegations of Sexual Abuse Against Father Wadeson


  1. Is Father Adrian wacky? They were not just allegations that were unsubstantiated. These allegations were credible enough for the archdiocese of Los Angles to permanently ban Fr. John from the archdiocese. The action taken against Fr. Wadeson was not light and trivial but very very serious. This alone should have raised thousands of RED FLAGS for the Chancery, but they either ignored them or simply did not believe them. Why? Because Fr. Wadeson is a NEO priest. Is this the reason for such wacky and stupid comments to come from Father Adrian and the Chancery? This is Houston calling the Chancery.. Come down to earth!

    1. Is father Adrian wacky? Worse than wacky. dangerous. After reading Diana's frenzies blogging today, if she is Adrian, that is worse than Arch A Bishop...totally crazed.

  2. This Father Adrian, the archbishop's henchman, came down like a ton of bricks on Fr. Paul, never giving him the slightest benefit of doubt, but if you are a NEO priest like Fr. John. he will look the other way. This is F##K up man!

  3. Yes, they take seriously if your name is Fr. Paul. Other than that, they just incardinate them. Why am I not convinced?

  4. Poor guam! Bad politicians crook the people with poorly researched legislation (s) and the bishop fleeces the flock. For a very small island and population, the aristokrats surely forgot the directions 2 hale, where the hale they're leading us to, why do they believe we all want deliverance to their hale!

  5. Giuseppe Gennarini and the other men in the shadows are breathing a sigh of relief that this cover up was not tied to the Neocatechumenal Way, at least not in the mainstream media.

  6. Gospel MT 13:1-9

    On that day, Jesus went out of the house and sat down by the sea.
    Such large crowds gathered around him
    that he got into a boat and sat down,
    and the whole crowd stood along the shore.
    And he spoke to them at length in parables, saying:
    “A sower went out to sow.
    And as he sowed, some seed fell on the path,
    and birds came and ate it up.
    Some fell on rocky ground, where it had little soil.
    It sprang up at once because the soil was not deep,
    and when the sun rose it was scorched,
    and it withered for lack of roots.
    Some seed fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked it.
    But some seed fell on rich soil, and produced fruit,
    a hundred or sixty or thirtyfold.
    Whoever has ears ought to hear.”