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COLTS NECK, N.J. (RNS) The "body count" is now up to four, including the pastor and two youth ministers who allowed an accused priest continued access to children. The accused priest's archbishop, meanwhile, remains in office.

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  1. Rebekah Becky Majors-Manley

    THE CHURCH AND IT’S MEMBERS ARE ALL RESPONSIBLE AND SHOULD HAVE A BETTER BACKGROUND CHECK ON THE PEOPLE THEY ALLOW LEADING. THEY WERE ENABLERS BY THEIR NOT HAVING BETTER INVESTMENTS IN CHECKING WHO IS IN THEIR LEADERSHIP.

  2. Dennis barlow, Sr.

    I have been and will remain extremely angry and frustrated by the actions of Archbishop Myers, Jim Goodness, and their co-conspirators who have and continue to spew their lies to cover up abuse by priests like Fugee and God only knows how many others. Myers history followed him from Illinois, Goodness generated his own biography with his absolutely arrogant, condescending and truly dishonest statements concerning pedophile priests, Myers cover ups and abuse of money and material wealth. Fugue and his friends, including. The Pastor of Holy Family Church in Nutley startled the faithful of the Newark Aarchdiocese, with the sick dishonest remarks about abuse etc. The Archbishop in residence who will replace Myers might as well resign for supporting Myers, defending his luxury lifestyle and his obscene retirement home. What garbage that spew on the faithful when they all say that the house, improvements, luxuries and the like is OK and deserved. No cost to the Archdiocese! What a crock. Who pays the taxes, who paid for the McCarrick and other bishops homes?
    Truthfully, if it were not for our belief in transubstantiation, most Catholics would probably call it quits on Catholicism. Only God can help us now.

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