By Andrew Davis
Published: August 30, 2016
Men of the cloth. Men of God. Priests are supposed to help children grow, not take advantage of them.
But one local priest did just that. Leaving a broken boy behind.
A boy that didn’t even remember his own abuse until almost 30 years later.
“I started daydreaming about my two daughters and my son following my coffin down the aisle at my funeral,” sad a tearful Chris Templeton.
That was the lowest point in Chris Templeton’s life, and the moment that his life changed forever.
“I started crying. I got real emotional,” remembers Chris. “So i went inside and told my wife you have to call mom and dad. She said why? I said because I’m going to kill myself tomorrow.”
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