Cardinal Sean O’Malley to meet with Archdiocesan priests in a parish, St. Julia’s in Weston, MA, where Cardinal Law sent Fr. John J. Geoghan, a serial pedophile priest, after Cardinal Law knew about Fr. Geoghan’s sexual abuse of children and where Fr. Geoghan continued to sexually abuse children – how insensitive to the Weston sexual abuse victims
Media Release – August 27, 2018
Cardinal Sean O’Malley, who blamed his priest secretary, Fr. Robert Kickham, for supposedly not showing him an explosive letter regarding allegations of sexual abuse against Cardinal Theodore E. Mc Carrick, will hold a meeting with Archdiocesan priests allegedly to discuss the growing clergy sexual abuse crisis and other matters
A recent explosive report from former Papal Nuncio to the United States, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, indicates that Pope Francis and many American Cardinals, including Cardinal Sean O’Malley, and Archbishops/Bishops were fully aware of the allegations against and disciplining of Cardinal Theodore E. Mc Carrick
After decades as a bishop in Florida and Massachusetts, Cardinal O’Malley has called for United States dioceses to work with local law enforcement officials in conducting grand jury investigations. Where has he been? It’s too little, too late
A demonstration and press conference calling on Cardinal Sean O’Malley to explain:
1) why he chose St. Julia’s Parish in Weston, MA as the location of his meeting with priests, particularly since the meeting will allegedly deal with the topic of sexual abuse by clergy, and since St. Julia’s Parish in Weston, MA was an epicenter of the scandalous sexual abuse of children by Fr. John J. Geoghan
2) what he knew and when he knew about Cardinal Mc Carrick’s sexual abuse of seminarians, especially since the recent revelations by a former Papal Nuncio that “everybody” in the Church hierarchy from the United States to the Vatican knew about Cardinal Theodore Mc Carrick.
3) why he is now calling on dioceses in the United States to cooperate with law enforcement officials in conducting grand jury investigations of those dioceses when he has not done so for decades. He must agree to release all files in the Archdiocese of Boston to law enforcement and abide by a grand jury’s findings.
Tuesday, August 28, 2018 from Noon until 1:30 pm (Press conference at 1:00 pm)
Meeting of priests (1:00 pm – 2:30 pm)
On the public sidewalk outside St. Julia’s Parish, Weston, MA, 374 Boston Post Road, Weston, MA 02495
Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D., former priest of the Archdiocese of Newark who was ordained by Cardinal Mc Carrick in 1997 when he was Archbishop of Newark, New Jersey, and who founded Road to Recovery, Inc. to help victims of sexual abuse and their families; and members of STTOP, Speak Truth to Power, who have demonstrated in front of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston every Sunday since 2002 to support victim/survivors of clergy sexual abuse and their families
Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D., Road to Recovery, Inc. – 862-368-2800 – firstname.lastname@example.org
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