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By Gene Thomas Gomulka, Church Militant, September 22, 2021

Gene Thomas Gomulka is a victims abuse advocate, investigative reporter and retired Navy captain/chaplain. A Catholic priest (monsignor) ordained for the Pennsylvania Altoona-Johnstown diocese, Gomulka was a victim of reprisals for confronting Church leaders who underreported and covered up abuse.


Current problem enabled by bishops, media

What would you do if your son who was studying to become a priest told you that officials at his seminary failed to discipline an older seminarian who came into his room, closed the door, exposed himself, and wanted your son to perform oral sex on him? How would you feel if the rector dismissed your son from the seminary based on a bogus reason after your son filed a sexual harassment complaint against an abusive seminary superior? Unfortunately, firsthand accounts of seminarians prove that this is happening today in more Catholic seminaries than people can imagine.

It is because of cases like these that every U.S. ordinary, the apostolic nuncio, Abp. Christophe Pierre, and the Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, Patrick Kelly, are all being sent or legally served a copy of an unprecedented report entitled, “Addressing the Present-Day Culture of Sexual Predation and Cover-Ups in U.S. Seminaries.” …

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