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August 20, 2013
A Rally To Call For The Resignation Or Removal Of John Myers
“Give me some men who are stouthearted men, Who will fight for the right they adore; Start me with ten who are stouthearted men, And I’ll soon give you ten thousand more! (Stouthearted Men).
Newark Archbishop John Myers attacks his detractors and calls on God to judge them. Cardinal Law did the same in Boston and he was forced out by his priests a while later.
Will 10 (ten) priests in the Newark Archdiocese have the courage to call for Myers’ resignation?
A rally to call for the resignation or removal of John Myers as the leader of the Newark Archdiocese in the State of New Jersey and to call for the emergence of ten (10) Newark Archdiocesan priests who will publicly call for Myers’ resignation.
Tuesday afternoon, August 20, 2013
from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM
On the sidewalk in front of the Newark Archdiocesan Center, 171 Clifton Avenue, Newark, NJ 07104.
Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D., a former Archdiocese of Newark priest who has called consistently for Myers to resign. Myers has called on God to judge harshly Hoatson and his fellow Catholic Whistle Blower, retired Peoria, IL, priest Patrick Collins; their supporters, and fed-up Catholics who want Myers to leave.
Archbishop John Myers has been caught….again. He botched the Fr. Michael Fugee case in the Newark Archdiocese; he botched the Fr. Thomas Maloney case in Peoria, IL, and now he wants the “messengers” and “whistle blowers” to be held responsible by God. Fr. Patrick Collins whistle blew Myers’ antics in Peoria, and the former priest, Robert Hoatson, blew the whistle on Myers in the Newark Archdiocese. Now, Myers wants God to intervene and punish these men for telling the truth.
Demonstrators will call on the priests of the Archdiocese of Newark to do what nearly 60 brave priests in the Archdiocese of Boston did to get rid of Cardinal Bernard Law several years ago; namely, step up to the plate, call for Myers to resign, and insist upon it. If 10 (ten) priests of the Newark Archdiocese signed a petition to get rid of Myers, Myers would probably be forced to resign.
Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D.,
Road to Recovery, Inc.