October 28, 2021 by Peter Complicit clergy
People often associate the term “sex trafficking” with women or minors being transported across international borders to be used as sex slaves for high-paying clients.
What many do not realize is that Catholic seminarians are also being trafficked for sexual purposes by priests or bishops.
Foreign-born young men have come to the United States to study for the priesthood only to find themselves groomed, harassed and abused in seminaries and rectories.
Many of these victims are unaware of their legal rights and dependent upon their bishops for immigration permits. They have routinely been targets of predation and cover-ups.
Polish seminarian Ryszard Biernat alleged Fr. Art Smith sexually assaulted him in 2003.
Biernat also reported that Buffalo auxiliary bishop Edward Grosz — Fr. Smith’s close friend and classmate — threatened to have him deported if he told anyone what Fr. Smith had done.
Unfamiliar with the U.S. legal system, Biernat did not know that both Smith and Grosz could have been criminally prosecuted and incarcerated for what he claimed they did.
Smith was later accused of abusing his 9-year-old nephew.
Meanwhile, Grosz was accused of having abused a 15-year-old boy in 1990.
Biernat was ordained a priest after keeping quiet.
But he was later suspended by Bp. Richard Malone for leaking audio recordings to the media that revealed how Malone attempted to conceal alleged clerical sex abuse.
The homo scandal in the American and universal church just gets deeper and deeper.
Now we have US seminaries importing vulnerable young men from third world countries to use as sex objects and to share with other men – bishops, priests and lay.
We had similiar things happening during the Maynooth Summer of Live in 2016.
Then seminarians were also doing some “renting” of their own with priests and laymen.
This scandal and others get deeper and deeper every day.
God knows what we will discover next?
DUBLIN PP DENIES CHARGING E 150 FOR MONTHS MIND MASSES.
One Dublin priest messaged to to say another Dublin PP was charging parishioners E 150 for months mind Masses.
I messaged the PP in question and he very courteously denied the claim.
Why is one priest in Dublin accusing another Dublin priest of financial wrongdoing?