Paraguayan bishop ousted by pope scrutinized for spending
By PETER PRENGAMAN Associated Press
CIUDAD DEL ESTE, Paraguay (AP) – Children awaiting surgery and women fleeing domestic violence never saw the $350,000 donated for their benefit. Then, there were the questionable property sales and the money for a cleaning business partially owned by a relative.
In the months since Pope Francis ousted the bishop of Paraguay’s second-largest diocese, questions keep surfacing about the Rev. Rogelio Livieres Plano’s management of church money. MORE: