the dice aren't straight either
By Diogenes (articles ) | Mar 24, 2010
The official, authorized, expert studies of the sex-abuse crisis in the US have discerned "no clear pattern of homosexual behavior."
It's odd, therefore, that the latest statistics continue to show that over 80% of the victims are males. Of course we've been instructed:
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Posted by: filioque -
Mar. 25, 2010 1:14 PM ET USA
Yes, then-Bishop Gregory did say that --- once. Then the outburst of honesty went down the memory hole and he was duly promoted to Archbishop of Atlanta, where, as far as I know, he has kept his thoughts on this matter to himself.
Posted by: dover beachcomber -
Mar. 25, 2010 1:07 AM ET USA
Pretty clearly, the same forces that concealed and enabled homosexual abuse over the years are still at work, making sure that even if the Church is bankrupted, nothing will happen to interrupt the march of homosexual conduct toward complete acceptance and normalization.
Posted by: jmjusa -
Mar. 24, 2010 7:18 PM ET USA
When he was the president of USCCB, Arcbp Wilton Gregory famously said there is an "ongoing struggle to make sure that the Catholic priesthood is not dominated by homosexual men."
Posted by: paulmay6949 -
Mar. 24, 2010 7:02 PM ET USA
That may hold true if you are gambling with you own money. Were the "gamblers" playing with their own money? Or, were they playing with the lives of others? I will then see if I can find out how much blackmail money was paid out, and whose money that might have been.