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From an article I just read: 


http://commentarius-ioannis.blogspot.com...se-of.html

Quote:Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The Plot Thickens: SOLT and the Diocese of Corpus Christi
Folks,

I was not going to comment on this topic again, however, the plot thickens and the readership has a right to know what little facts that are known. A report from January 28, 2011 states that the Diocese of Corpus Christi, others settle in suit alleging molestation. These others are the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT), the order of which Fr. Corapi was a member. A reader at Facebook suggested the following:

SOLT in conjunction with the Diocese of Corpus Christi has just shelled out 1.96 million dollars to a young man who a priest in SOLT raped and then contracted a murder on. Bishop Mulvey then conveniantly receives a letter of accusation of everything from sex to drugs - from a pair of down on their luck losers, who for two years were quietly content to live off the departure money they accepted -who are now in financial straits, whose very house is about to be foreclosed while the head of SOLT then orders Father Corapi to "come home" and give his fortune and be a good little priest. It's inexplicable. It's improbable. It's unbelievable. There is something in this for everyone except Father Corapi and we have not seen one shred of evidence to back up SOLT's nameless investigation trio's sweeping claims. Father John has done nothing but maintain his innosense and told the people who have been touched by his ministry to be faithful to the church and to follow Jesus Christ. Frankly, if I were Father, I would tell Mulvey and Sheehan to go climb a tree..... 
The plot thickens?  Thats the effing understatement of the year.  What a sick mob.
Pray Pray
(07-15-2011, 09:11 PM)Gerard Wrote: [ -> ]From an article I just read: 


http://commentarius-ioannis.blogspot.com...se-of.html

Quote:Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The Plot Thickens: SOLT and the Diocese of Corpus Christi
Folks,

I was not going to comment on this topic again, however, the plot thickens and the readership has a right to know what little facts that are known. A report from January 28, 2011 states that the Diocese of Corpus Christi, others settle in suit alleging molestation. These others are the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT), the order of which Fr. Corapi was a member. A reader at Facebook suggested the following:

SOLT in conjunction with the Diocese of Corpus Christi has just shelled out 1.96 million dollars to a young man who a priest in SOLT raped and then contracted a murder on. Bishop Mulvey then conveniantly receives a letter of accusation of everything from sex to drugs - from a pair of down on their luck losers, who for two years were quietly content to live off the departure money they accepted -who are now in financial straits, whose very house is about to be foreclosed while the head of SOLT then orders Father Corapi to "come home" and give his fortune and be a good little priest. It's inexplicable. It's improbable. It's unbelievable. There is something in this for everyone except Father Corapi and we have not seen one shred of evidence to back up SOLT's nameless investigation trio's sweeping claims. Father John has done nothing but maintain his innosense and told the people who have been touched by his ministry to be faithful to the church and to follow Jesus Christ. Frankly, if I were Father, I would tell Mulvey and Sheehan to go climb a tree.....   

Again...there is as much proof of this as there is about Fr. Corapi's abuses and sexual accusations. "A reader at facebook" isn't exactly a reliable source.
(07-15-2011, 09:35 PM)Petertherock Wrote: [ -> ]Again...there is as much proof of this as there is about Fr. Corapi's abuses and sexual accusations. "A reader at facebook" isn't exactly a reliable source.

Well, there's more actually, the facebook comment was just a well thought out "connecting of the dots."  But the dots do exist.  The priest was real, the complaints had merit, the settlement was paid, SNAP has issued a statement on it.  It's written up in the Corpus Christi press.  Fiala even tried to escape into a Latin Mass training program in Kansas run by the SSPX. 

There are no verified dots with the Fr. Corapi situation. 

You control a man's means and you can control the man.  This was about destroying or muzzling an orthodox priest by using moral panic and a massive orchestrated smear campaign with the usual suspects.
(07-15-2011, 09:54 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote: [ -> ]You control a man's means and you can control the man.  This was about destroying or muzzling an orthodox priest by using moral panic and a massive orchestrated smear campaign with the usual suspects.

Do you think this had been planned a long time in advance or do you think SOLT planned it but moved the timetable forward in light of the millions of dollars going out the door to Fiala's victim? 

Fr. Corapi stated at one of his lectures that an accusation had been leveled against him around the time of the homesexual abuse scandal and he was told in the bishop's office. "I believe you're innocent, but how much can you pay to make this go away?"  He said he hit the roof and when he left the bishop's office, the staff was all avoiding eye contact with him. 

(07-15-2011, 10:00 PM)Gerard Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-15-2011, 09:54 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote: [ -> ]You control a man's means and you can control the man.  This was about destroying or muzzling an orthodox priest by using moral panic and a massive orchestrated smear campaign with the usual suspects.

Do you think this had been planned a long time in advance or do you think SOLT planned it but moved the timetable forward in light of the millions of dollars going out the door to Fiala's victim? 

Fr. Corapi stated at one of his lectures that an accusation had been leveled against him around the time of the homesexual abuse scandal and he was told in the bishop's office. "I believe you're innocent, but how much can you pay to make this go away?"  He said he hit the roof and when he left the bishop's office, the staff was all avoiding eye contact with him. 
I heard about the accusations of the drug abuse and the prostitutes a while ago and didn't pay much attention to it then.  I'd also heard some stuff from a family friend too just before Father went to the Hospital.  I believe it was on AQ or here where I read the accusation on the prostitutes, and it was somehow related to his hospitalization at the Mayo.  My guess is that they might have been afraid to do it while he was in the hospital.

You pick your battles and make things happen when you want them to.   I'm fairly sure that all of the approved bloggers knew about this long before it happened, probably around the time Father was in the hospital, and then you get Deacon Kendra, Elizabeth Scalia, Mark Shea, Jimmy Akin making their initial but "cautious" remarks about it being important not to make a cult-figure of one man and all that.  Then you get them stepping up their attacks as more information was leaked.

It gave the neo-Con crowd time to craft their "thoughtful" and "heartfelt" appeals and "commentary".

LORD help us!!!!!!! Pray Pray Pray
(07-15-2011, 10:43 PM)crusaderfortruth3372 Wrote: [ -> ]LORD help us!!!!!!! Pray Pray Pray

This is real Windswept House stuff.

Reminds me of an episode in the Final Conclave when the Bishop of Los Angeles was sneered at from the College while he was making a speech and the palpably menacing air of among the Bishops gathered as he was trying to deliver a Catholic message, with the point made by Father Martin that the Bishop of LA was under some threat of blackmail.
I imagine suppression isn't far away.
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