This individual admitted raping a young child and when he did, four more came forward. He was apparently suspended, sent on his merry way with the diocese sending checks to his address but refusing to reveal where he was. Turns out, he's at a college campus:
However, David Clohessy, president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, said he recently received a call from a "good Catholic parishioner" complaining that she'd seen Stubbs at the altar during a Mass in Elmira, N.Y.
When he was suspended, Stubbs lost the right to act as a priest, although he was still being financially supported by the Bridgeport diocese.
The wife of the college president confirmed the facts.
I find it shocking that the president of an esteemed diocesan university" would keep an alleged pedophile as a house guest, she said.
"It's very bizarre," Robinson said.
It's the Bishops' safe environment programs.
This is priceless:
In a recent restaurant review in the Star-Gazette of Elmira, Stubbs was briefly quoted in a review of a restaurant, Leonardo's: "I love it. I just wish they would get a beer and wine license."
Lugging your own nips is a drag.
"The local bishop, the prior of Mount Saviour Monastery and Dr. Cernera were promptly informed of the status by the Diocese of Bridgeport as required by the Dallas Charter.
They're telling each other, but not the mommies and daddies in town.
We are confident that the monastery remains in full compliance."