More than 500 priests accused of sexual abuse not yet publicly identified by Catholic Church, Illinois attorney general finds
Elvia Malagon Chicago Tribune 20 Dec 2018
A scathing report from Attorney General Lisa Madigan finds the number of Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse against children in Illinois is much higher than previously acknowledged.
The report said accusations have been leveled against 690 priests, while Catholic officials have publicly identified only 185 clergy with credible allegations against them. . . .
. . . “Clergy sexual abuse of minors in Illinois is significantly more extensive than the Illinois Dioceses previously reported,” it does not estimate how many of the allegations against the 690 clergy should have been deemed credible. . . .
. . . . In a prepared statement, Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich acknowledged that victims of sexual abuse by Catholic priests continue to live with the pain. . .
This time for sure we are again told.
William Kunkel, the general counsel for the Archdiocese of Chicago, said he doesn’t anticipate the public list of Chicago-area priests with credible allegations of abuse to grow.
From just two days ago we see this . . .
And last month this . . . .
And this is just concerning “minors”.
We ALSO need to be concerned for adults who are
victimized by the homosexuals who have been brought into the priesthood (or hetrosexuals).
Especially our vulnerable seminarians (as we saw with the ex-Cardinal McCarrick homosexual attacks upon our seminarians).