"Thanks to Kamala Harris, Criminals [McCarrick Collaborator] Cdl. Roger Mahony, Bishop Curry and Tens of Child-abuser-priest are Free."
- From left, Theodore McCarrirck, Roger Mahony, Francis George, Donald Wuerl and Daniel Di Nardo
It appears that Joe Biden's running mate Kamala Harris may have helped "criminals [McCarrick collaborator] Cdl. Roger Mahony, Bishop Curry and tens of child-abuser-priest [be] free" according to Clean the Church:
"Thanks to Kamala Harris, criminals Cdl. Roger Mahony, Bishop Curry and tens of child-abuser-priest are free."
"In her seven years as district attorney, Harris’s office did not proactively assist in civil cases against clergy sex abuse and ignored requests by activists and survivors to access the cache of investigative files that could have helped them secure justice, according to several victims of clergy sex abuse living in California who spoke to The Intercept."
Moreover, Biden's running mate Harris' who apparently helped cover up for the liberal Cardinal Mahony who himself appears to have covered up for the infamous predator ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrirck according to Bishop Accountability:
Mark Crawford, now a victims' advocate, said he met with McCarrick in late 1997 to tell him that he and his brother had been sexually abused and beaten by the Rev. Kenneth Martin, a Bayonne priest who continued working until 2002, when he was removed amid the national scandal.
After McCarrick failed to follow up on promises made during that meeting, Crawford said he sent letters to cardinals across the U.S. in 1998 asking for help. Only a handful responded, and none offered to take action. Several suggested that McCarrick would address the matter.
"It was, 'this isn't our problem,'" said Crawford, who is now the head of the New Jersey chapter of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests, known as SNAP.
By then, Crawford, who had considered becoming a priest and knew many clerics and seminarians, had heard rumors about McCarrick's behavior with seminarians at his beach house. "If I knew, they had to know," Crawford said of the cardinals.
One of the cardinals who did respond to Crawford's letters, Roger Mahoney of Los Angeles, wrote that McCarrick "is greatly concerned about all these problems and issues, and I know that you can rely upon him to be attentive to these pastoral needs." In 2013, church officials barred Mahoney from public ministry for allegedly failing to protect children from abusive priests. [https://www.bishop-accountability.org/AbuseTracker/]
Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.