I have written about Cardinal Dolan and his chicaneries within the Archdiocese of New York many times. Church Militant has been at the forefront of exposing the slime and corruption within that archdiocese. In particular, they helped shed the light on the sex-and-embezzlement case regarding Father Peter Miqueli. This case, combined with the stonewalling by Dolan et al that parishioners received as they attempted to seek redress in accordance with canon law protocols, has caused these parishioners to resort to legal action. I hope they prevail in court.
But it seems that the Miqueli situation is simply one tip of the iceberg. Again, Church Militant has attempted to get clarification from the New York chancery. Of course the chancery has engaged in their usual stonewalling. Meanwhile an employee of the Archdiocese of New York agreed to an interview with Voris under cover of anonymity. I present the video below. Because the voice distortion may make some of "Bob's" remarks difficult to understand, I now link to the transcript.
As you listen to "Bob", you'll hear him remark that the New York scenario is most likely being repeated all over the country, if not the world. With that, I ask you to review the findings regarding the de facto gay occupation that exists within the parish of St. Matthew's in Baltimore (Loch Raven Boulevard). I have reason to suspect that indeed a very similar, if not identical situation exists within the Archdiocese of Baltimore, as evinced within the Archdiocese of New York. I know for a fact that the revelations of the debauchery in St. Matthew's have ruffled many feathers, causing certain individuals to lash out. At this time I am not at liberty to divulge details.
Faithful Catholics of the Archdiocese of Baltimore (and elsewhere), please keep your eyes and ears open. There is a saying that many of us see displayed over interstates from time to time: "If you see something, say something." Please do so. If you get no satisfaction from official church channels, please start organizing among yourselves and take some actions, such as organized collection boycotts. You are not helpless, especially if you stick together. Archbishop Fulton Sheen once said that it will be up to the laity to save the Church. That time is most likely now.