Jesuits settle Indian sex abuse suit

Jesuits settle Indian sex abuse suit

There are 4 comments on the Houston Chronicle story from Jan 4, 2008, titled Jesuits settle Indian sex abuse suit. In it, Houston Chronicle reports that:

“We are deeply apologetic for the ways in which we have not fully realized the grace of this invitation.”

An order of Roman Catholic priests announced a $5 million settlement Thursday with 16 people who said they were sexually abused while attending a boarding school on an American Indian reservation. via Houston Chronicle

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“The free grace of God”

Since: Aug 07

Phoenix, Arizona.

#1 Jan 4, 2008
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Seems that everyday Rome is settling lawsuits, or
being sued, over their priests buggering little boys.

This is way bigger than a few perverts infiltrating
the priesthood. It's ~swarming~ with perverts !

And to aggravate the problem, the Romanist hierarchy
concealed the crimes and protected the pedophiles.

An evil and corrupt organization !

.

The DataRat

post tenebras lux

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Joshua Mathias

Troy, MI

#2 Oct 9, 2009
The DataRat wrote:
.
Seems that everyday Rome is settling lawsuits, or
being sued, over their priests buggering little boys.
This is way bigger than a few perverts infiltrating
the priesthood. It's ~swarming~ with perverts !
And to aggravate the problem, the Romanist hierarchy
concealed the crimes and protected the pedophiles.
An evil and corrupt organization !
.
The DataRat
post tenebras lux
.
This person ignores the enormous sacrifices made by the Jesuits over the years, first coming here to care for the orphans from a flu epidemic and setting up what was an excellent academic institution that gave the students the ability to excel at excellent universities the the lower 48. Unfortunately there are bad apples in every barrel. So now some person who has never done anything worthwhile in his entire life for anyone else but himself, posts ugly comments on this site! Shame on you!!
Joshua Mathias

Troy, MI

#3 Oct 9, 2009
Let us focus on all of the good that the many Jesuits have done over the years and not just on the evil acts of one or a few individuals. Let he among you who is without sin, cast the first stone.
seamus breathnach

Dublin, Ireland

#4 Aug 21, 2010
Official Catholics, when they weren't burning native chieftains for refusing to believe in 'the resurrection' and the 'immaculate conception', have been abusing children on the Irish reservation since time began. The Jesuits only took over where the Dominicans and the Franciscans left off. So, why on earth would the American Indians allow them on their reservation at any time? And why settle anything with them?

If you want to clip the wings of these messianic Catholics, take a leaf out of the Mexican Constitution of circa 1912. The Mexicans -- as forerunners to what happened in Spain, Italy, Germany and Croatia -- were much more in control of their destiny then, than they are now;but they knew then how to put down a mad dog that threatened them!

The Jesuits, like so many other catholic Orders, mendicant as well as militant, are so wealthy in land, cash and all kinds of assets, that their spiel about 'the little baby in Bethlahem' and their other spiel about 'helping the poor' is poppycock and should be challenged whereever found

seamus breathnach

www.irish-criminology.com

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