Friday, October 17, 2014

AND IN THE DIOCESE OF DULUTH

I posted this in a comment but will note it again here to make it more prominent. There is nothing much to be made of the recent revelation from the Diocese of Duluth about Fr. Louis Brouillard. Fr. Louis is now in his 90's and no longer a danger to anyone. The revelation is only useful in light of Archbishop Apuron's public smearing of Msgr. James's alleged faulty accounting practices. If accounting for every penny applies to Msgr. James then we demand the same from Archbishop Apuron. Did the Archdiocese of Agana financially support Fr. Louis and if so, how much? We aren't critical of the support because if in fact he is still a priest of the Archdiocese of Agana, then he is due that support. Of course there is the other issue of selective support of priests, but we'll get to that another time. 

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "DON'T BE SUCKERED AGAIN": 

Don't remember where the post is, so I will not even bother to find it. Now just sitting here trying to sort things out where MONEY is a concern.

Question is... Father Louis and Father John Wadeson are still listed I am assuming as part of the Diocesan Priest of the Archdiocese of Agana. So, XXXXX amount of money is still being sent to Father Louis? Will XXXX amount of dollars still be sent to Father John Wadeson?

If both priests are still incardinated with the Archdiocese of Agana, as I am assuming they are, then the Archdiocese is still responsible for their expenses? Hello...answers anyone! 

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Yes, Fr. Louis is still "a priest of Agana" and thus must still receive XXXX number of dollars. Sadly, it looks like he continued his harmful ways after he was sent away from Guam. Note, it's sad that this priest's name has come up again after all these years, but Archbishop Apuron had no problem persecuting Mr. Lastimoza after just as many years. In fact, while Mr. Lastimoza was sent to prison in 1981, Fr. Louis was sent to Minnesota scot free with a pension in the same year. Now both men's names are pushed back into the public in the same exact year: 2013. Except one paid a price for his crimes, and the other, well, well we've been paying.

Duluth Diocese names 17 ex-priests credibly accused of abuse

http://www.mprnews.org/story/2013/12/31/news/duluth-diocese-priest-list


http://www.andersonadvocates.com/PriestList/102/Father-Louis-Brouillard.aspx

FATHER LOUIS BROUILLARD

Father Louis Brouillard, DOB 07/27/21, served in the Diocese of Duluth. He was ordained in 1948. According to the Diocese of Duluth, Father Brouillard has been credibly accused of child sexual abuse. The Diocese of Duluth has included Father Brouillard on its official list of clergy members who have been credibly accused of child sexual abuse.

According to the Diocese of Duluth, the following summarizes the Diocese of Duluth locations at which Father Brouillard served, as well as his status:

Cleric’s prior assignments in diocese:

Temporary Administrator: St. Joseph, Beroun - 7/27/1981 – 7/11/1984

Pastor: St. Mary, Kewatin - 7/11/1984 – 11/12/1985

Pastor: St. Anne, Kelly Lake - 7/11/1984 – 11/12/1985

Diocese or religious order: Priest of the Diocese of Agana, Guam

Date removed from ministry: 11/12/1985

Current location: Pine City, MN

Current status: Not in ministry, Faculties revoked.

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