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Published on January 4, 2017

Pedophile Catholic Priests Are Still Going Strong on Guam

Where in the hell is the PRISON TIME  for these sick bastards?

15th clergy sex abuse suit filed against archdiocese

In 2010, the archdiocese reported that Cepeda had been removed as a priest after it investigated “serious allegations” of sexual abuse allegedly committed by him, according to files.

At the time, the archdiocese said he had also been …

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Archdiocese to expand child protection training to parishes

Deacon Leonard Stohr remains the sexual abuse response coordinator for the archdiocese and he can be reached at 727-7373 or at deaconlen1@gmail.com.

All communication is held in the strictest confidence, the archdiocese added.

On Guam, filing clergy …

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Archdiocese of Agana now facing 14 lawsuits claiming sex abuse

As the Archdiocese of Agana prepares for its Christmas masses this weekend, they are also preparing for possible litigation as a 14th lawsuit has now been filed against the church for claims of sexual abuse.

The latest accuser to file suit is …

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14th Guam Catholic sex abuse lawsuit filed

During the night at the rectory, (De Plata) witnessed Cruz sexually molest and abuse an altar boy together with a seminarian named Anthony Sablan Apuron, who would later become an ordained priest on Guam and ultimately serve as the Archbishop of the …

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So what’s the takeaway here?

It’s simple: Kids who are sexually abused by Catholic priests grow up to become Catholic priests who sexually abuse kids, and many will eventually ascend to power positions like bishops and archbishops where they will then protect other Catholic priests so they can continue to sexually abuse more kids. It kind of makes a reasonable person wonder how many centuries this nonsense has been going on for.

Until every one of these pedophiles is derailed and put in prison, this problem will continue to perpetuate itself generation after generation.

Church responds to 13th lawsuit

In a statement released by the Archdiocese of Agana, church officials responded to the newest allegation of child sexual abuse filed in Guam’s court.

“The Archdiocese of Agana acknowledges a new allegation of sexual abuse and lawsuit filed by Mr. James …

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Lawsuit: Archdiocese still pays Brouillard

A lawsuit alleges that the Archdiocese of Agana still sends regular retirement payments to former Guam priest Louis Brouillard, who is accused in seven of the 13 clergy sex abuse lawsuits filed so far against the archdiocese and current and former …

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