Wednesday, April 23, 2014

SHOW-ME HIGH PRAISE FOR KANSAS CITY CATHOLIC SEX ABUSE FIGHTER!!!



Here's a quick but interesting note on the aftermath of one the most controversial (and some say ongoing) legal fights in Kansas City history . . .

"Kansas City lawyer Sarah A. Brown will be honored tomorrow in St. Louis by the Missouri Lawyers Weekly. She, along with Rebecca Randles, handle almost all of the KC area clergy sex abuse and cover up lawsuits."

Actually, there are a few of our favorites who will earn honors in that shark tank but that's for another post . . . Right now . . . This crusader against Catholic hierarchy abuse deserves mention.

More in a bit . . .

7 Comments:

ERnest Evans said...

Dear Mr. Tony: Thanks for posting this info. I see that the local and national political class continues to engage in frantic ploys to dodge the blame for all sorts of possible upcoming disasters. Yawn--sorry, guys and girls, not going to work. Take care!! In Christ, Ernest Evans

Anonymous said...

Maureen Dowd had an excellent column (that alone should be news) today in the New York Times that sainthood for John Paul II should be denied to him for his failure to actively pursue the pedophile scandals in the church. I agree with her. We should let time judge John Paul II before rushing him into sainthood.

Anonymous said...

Sainthood is not an opinion granted by a committee. There have to be documented and investigated miracles attributed to the "saint-to-be's" intercession, unexplainable by any sort of medical or other science.

Thus, regardless of Ms. Dowd's personal opinion, if the evidence is that God allowed him in heaven, she'll just have to learn to live with it.

And like we learned with Pius XII and his previously unknown efforts to save Jews in WWII, we don't know what was done or not done behind the scenes.

Editor said...

How many Catholic "saints" are there? Thousands. Yet, not one of them has ever been proven to work a real "miracle." What a fraud the Catholic Church is. If saints work miracles, why don't they give cancer or heart disease or birth defects a shot? Look up some of the "miracles" these "saints" are reputed to have performed. Name one "miracle" - i.e. - proven, supernatural occurence - that has EVER been performed. Honestly, I don't know how the church gets away with it.

Anonymous said...

The Tooth Fairy left money under my pillow. Does that count as a miracle ? If so. That fucking fairy is a Saint !

Anonymous said...

Thank god Maureen Dowd doesn't pick saints we'd be showing our devotion to her Guatemalan maid and the Barista at her Starbucks.

Anonymous said...

I bet the following has special meaning of some sort for the Catholic devout. Like karmas gonna hit you like a ton of bricks?


Giant John Paul II crucifix falls and instantly crushes young man to death in Italy

"An Italian man was crushed to death on Wednesday by a giant crucifix honouring John Paul II that collapsed during a ceremony ahead of the late pope’s canonisation.

A piece of the 30-metre (98-foot) high wooden cross fell during the event near an Alpine village, killing the young man on the spot, Italian media reported."