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[News] More charges for retired priest

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More charges for retired priestA priest originally charged with one count of embezzlement from his two Catholic churches in Louisa County now faces 12 more counts of stealing from them.http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet/Satellite?c=MGArticle&cid=1173350176219&pagename=RTD/MGArticle/RTD_BasicArticle&path=!news&s=1045855934842

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Gee, wouldn't you think they would just forgive him for his sins and go about busness as usual. I mean, isn't that the chistian way?  Oh look there goes a flying pig! :snork_lach:

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There is only one sin that can not be forgiven, and that is the sin of reducing the Pope's cash flow.

This is why Catholic priests get fired whenever a lawsuit is filed against them for sex crimes committed against children.

Of course if the matter is not in the courts, and the Pope's cash flow is not endangered, the accused priest is just sent to a new parish where nobody knows he is a child molester yet.

And of course if the Church is faced with a large number of legitimate tort cases based on their child sex ring racketeering, they can always declare bankruptcy in that cost center (diocese) in order to once again protect the Pope's income.


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