NSAC News links, June 17, 2014

Received by email June 17, 2014.

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                     June 17, 2014                                                   Vol. 6, No.62


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1.   Sex abuse legislation was slow in arriving – MINNESOTA – Star Tribune

2.   The cumulative effect of scandals has a devastating impact on the Church – IRELAND –
Irish Times

3.   Mohler says call 911 at first report of abuse – UNITED STATES – Associated Baptist Press

4.   Archbishop Carlson Gives New Excuse for Controversial “I Don’t Remember” Comments -ST. LOUIS (MO) – Riverfront Times

5.   Buenos Aires victims urge Pope Francis to focus on sexual abuse in his home city – ARGENTINA –

6.   Call for UN role in mother-and-baby inquiry – IRELAND – Irish Examiner

7.   Catholic Memorial School has had a long history of sexual abuse by at least five lay teachers, priests, and Christian Brothers – MASSACHUSETTS – Road to Recovery

8.   Sex-abuse cover-up at top SA school – SOUTH AFRICA – Sunday Times

9.   Boys Town founder Fr. Flanagan warned Irish Church about abuse – IRELAND – Irish Central

    16 Responses to “NSAC News links, June 17, 2014”

  1. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    GRACIAS Snapsters for supporting the legislation. VIVA SNAPSTERS! VIVA!

  2. Thomas Says:

    Poor Father Flanagan…a voice that fell on deaf ears…to some…RIP.

  3. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    Dr. Alex Kanarek lives in Canada. He’s a enjoyed a fully happy life. He helped conduct experiments on TUAM babies!


  4. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    Does Dr. Kanarek belong in an Irish prison?


  5. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    When you read Kanarek’s resume in the above post, NOTE that he doesn’t list his involvement in Tuam baby experiments? …wonder why?

    Maybe he forgot? …but wait, if he picks up some smelling turds at the market he can snap right back into reality and recall all the cruel details of what he did to those new born babies…maybe he doesn’t want to remember? We’ll just have to be patient until he testifies under oath.

  6. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    79% of Tuam babies died before 1st birthday:


    How come world leader remain silent while similar crimes are committed worldwide by the RCC?

    because Nazi’s rule the world?

  7. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    222 babies died at Bethany Home:


  8. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    Gravestone for dead babies: http://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/mother-and-baby-homes-were-run-by-the-church-but-the-state-knew-what-went-on-30340988.html

  9. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    Writer tries to normalize the death of Tuam babies:


    what are your thoughts?

  10. Thomas Says:

    I don’t know…I read another article about mass burial chutes, but I have no idea if these are even real… never heard of them before. I think the UN needs to investigate. The humane thing to do is to individually bury the dead… even if they are not given a Christian burial… stewardship causes us to take proper care of the living ones, as well as the dead ones. The causes of death were varied. Infant mortality is limited to several causes and not more than one can count on fingers and toes at one time.

  11. Frank Lostaunau Says:



    Don’t read if you’re not up to knowing anything else about dead babies…very sad.

  12. Thomas Says:

    Pain, misery, despair, suffering…. what else has the Church hid from the people of God? It was membership who supported houses such as these and the nuns who operated them. Neglect and abuse… which comes first?

  13. Frank Lostaunau Says:


  14. Thomas Says:

    For an institution that is prolife and antiabortion, the Church once again betrays her faithful and scandalized the Body of Christ with the blood of babies. Unforgivable!

  15. Thomas Says:

    Who needs a millstone when a scud missile will do?

  16. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    Sister of the Sacred Heart of jeezy & merry:


    DEAD babies babies babies babies babies = mass murder

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