Monday, October 17, 2011

TIME Mag Quotes Kansas City SNAP Leader



Time Magazine recently picked up Kansas City's Catholic Controversy. They quote a local leader of the SNAP network hoping The Vatican gets involved:

"Rome does have a direct influence on diocese around the country and around the world," says Michael Hunter, the Kansas City director for the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) who has filed a new lawsuit against Finn for breach of contract, alleging that the bishop failed to live up to the terms of the earlier settlement. "The Vatican really could and should come down on the moral side of this and really chastise this diocese," he adds. "And the heck with the legal issues."

And sure, that might seem like a good idea until a scary Albino Monk from Opus Dei shows up . . .



As if Kansas City isn't weird enough without being the setting for the next The Da Vinci Code sequel.

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Kansas Governor Brownback is Opus Dei.

Anonymous said...

And Finn is one of only four Bishops in the United States, that have a connection directly to Opus Dei.
Finn talked about it in an interview when he first came to K.C.

Anonymous said...

freaks

Anonymous said...

All of the sequels sucked. Dan Brown is a hack.

Anonymous said...

Connection? Finn isn't just the an Opus Dei for Men member... he's the president.

Anonymous said...

08:07 he shits on your opinion, believe me.

Anonymous said...

Dan Brown laughs at the Holy Catholic Church all the way to bank.