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Will Wuerl be the next McCarrick when the 300 "Predator Priests" Report is Released?

Cardinal Donald Wuerl's former diocese of Pittsburgh is the most populated of the six dioceses covered in the grand jury report about 300 "predator priests" to be released next month according to the American Conservative.

Wikipedia says Wuerl was the Pittsburgh bishop from 1988 to 2006.

If Mike Ference at the Betti & Associates law blog can be believed then Wuerl might be the next McCarrick:

"Southwestern PA has the nation's 18th largest Catholic population per capita... That was reason enough for Donald Wuerl to cover the offenses of sexually abusive priests. But how could such a thing be done?"
(bettiandassociates.com, "Who is in Donald Wuerl's Back Pocket, and Why?, May 27, 2010)

At Rapevictimsofthecatholic church.wordpress.com in a press release, Ference stated that he had personal experience with Wuerl's lack of empathy for victims when his son was "shot in the back of the head and then treated as an impediment to Wuerl's rise to power."
(Press Release titled: "A sunrise broken by gunfire on a school bus. An investigation as to the root cause of the gunfire suffocated. Wuerl let it be suffocated," Contact: Mike Ference, 412-233-5491, mike@ferencemarketing.com)

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

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TLM said…
I HOPE HE'S NEXT!!! ALONG WITH CUPICH AND THE REST.....THEY NEED TO GET.......OUT.....
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