After an exhaustive review of sex abuse in the priesthood, among the John Jay study’s findings was the revelation that the majority of sexual abuse by clergy took place during the 1960s and ’70s, with 81% of the victims being males between the ages of 11 and 17.
Board member Dr. Paul McHugh, former psychiatrist-in-chief at Johns Hopkins Hospital, described that finding as “remarkable.”
“I’m amazed that this fundamental bombshell has not been the subject of greater interest and discussion,” he told the Register. “I’m astonished that people throughout America are not talking about it, thinking about it, and wondering about what the mechanisms were that set this alight.
Nobody gives a rat's tail. They never did and they never will except for the crooked lawyers, politicians and the schismatics.
“If you collect all of the seminary graduates between 1970 and 1973, 10-11% of them abused children,” said McHugh. “That’s an amazing fact. This behavior was homosexual predation on American Catholic youth, yet it’s not being discussed.”
I have a letter that's going to sent out tomorrow by certified mail to Ms. Kettlekamp of the "Office of Youth Protection".
I'm going to be asking her for her personal opinion on whether she considers it a warning signal if a priest puts up a parish website/billboard of erotica that demonstrates his interest in naked males, sells his erotica on gay and queer websites - spins himself as a cool priest that focuses on homosexual sexuality and send her along the paper trail on Peter Santos' Picasso, Fr. Parise. I'm also going to ask her - to reaffirm her strategy in writing that it is her counsel that a parish is safe when an Archbishop leaves a priest in active ministry who demonstrates inappropriate/obsessive interested in naked men - or publicly speaks about sexual deviancy as virtue and instead execute a program for the little children to on how to recognize sexual deviancy, have CCD teachers teach them how to attempt to outsmart and overcome the sexual predators and groom them for their testimony in court.
The ommission of a priest's removal once we send the paper trails to the Office for the Protection of Children and the Archdiocescan attorney, by certified mail - - will hold everyone accountable.
Eventually - it will be "discussed", this dog and pony show. May be ten years from now - may be twenty - may be thirty or forty - but eventually it will happen and the paper trail should be there.