Miguel Diaz, theology professor at University of Dayton, will be transferring to Loyola University of Chicago. This move comes on the heels of an investigation that he sexually harassed a married couple who also work at the University of Dayton. No, that is not a typo. He allegedly harassed the couple - both husband and wife. If there's such a thing as an "equal opportunity harasser", Diaz might be the prototype.
The investigation results are that it is "likely" that the harassment occurred. But should this be any surprise? Let's look a bit more into Diaz's history. This Catholic News Agency article sums it up. He has been a member of the Soros-funded "Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good". He has contributed to Obama's election (and rewarded with the Vatican appointment). While claiming to be "pro-life", he signed a statement supporting the nomination of Kathleen Sebelius as HHS Secretary.
So what's the connection between his dubious associations and this current allegation of misconduct? How about "lex orandi, lex credendi, lex vivendi"? If one is going to associate with progressives and in fact be a progressive himself, it's far more likely that he/she will adopt liberal and libertine morals. Deviate from the Magisterium in one or few respects, and if you don't repent, the moral contagion will corrode the rest of your life. Miguel Diaz may be just the latest piece of evidence for that truism.