In just a few days, a Billion $ pledged to fix a church.

But no pledges to fix "The Church." The fire at Notre Dame de Paris was a cultural tragedy.  The cathedral is iconic to Paris, to France, to the world. The loss of over 850 years of work by carpenters, stone masons, painters, sculptors, stain glass makers, metal smiths, and untold numbers of other artisans who… Continue reading In just a few days, a Billion $ pledged to fix a church.

Diocese releases more information on the ISCP

If you are a survivor in the Diocese of Scranton, you will need to look at the Diocese website for the Independent Survivors Compensation Program.  The link is at the end of the news release and is not part of the main Diocesan site.   The Bishop also released a video. There is not a lot… Continue reading Diocese releases more information on the ISCP

A Professor Shows the Bishop His Back

A friend emailed me a link to an article reporting that Professor Barry Kuhle stood up and turned his back on Bishop Joseph Bambera of Scranton during the Bishop's remarks at the inauguration of the Father Scott R. Pilarz S.J. as the new President of the University of Scranton.  The article reported that Professor Kuhle's… Continue reading A Professor Shows the Bishop His Back

And they will know we are Christians by our love…

It never fails to amaze me that the some of the nastiest comments that come into this blog are from self-proclaimed good Catholics.  A case in point, in the last week I have had two comments come in from "Ted Conley" (NDHS East Stroudsburg class of 83?).  The first comment I will assume is for me, the… Continue reading And they will know we are Christians by our love…

Rolling Stone Article

A fast post this morning on an article that appears in the most current edition of Rolling Stone Magazine. The article is about the organized coverup of sexual crimes committed in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.    I will have more to say about this later.  You should read the article! I found out about this latest… Continue reading Rolling Stone Article

If it is July, It must be time for the SNAP Conference

The SNAP Conference is coming up this weekend in Northern Virginia.  Beginning Friday evening at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, just south of Washington, D.C., SNAP members from all over the country and perhaps from around the world will come together to listen to speakers, mix and exchange stories and try to draw some comfort and… Continue reading If it is July, It must be time for the SNAP Conference

Con Artist, Gabriel Tetherow Continues His Career of Deceit

I am getting tired about writing about this guy. It seems our favorite connoisseur of kiddie porn wearing a Roman Collar is at it again, this time allegedly living in a basement of a house owned by a man named Art Noel in Dover, Pennsylvania. ( I guess that is better than living in a… Continue reading Con Artist, Gabriel Tetherow Continues His Career of Deceit