The long-awaited McCarrick report will come out later this month, according to Cdl. Timothy Dolan of New York, who held a video conference for clergy last week.
The Vatican announced two years ago it was preparing a report on the case of disgraced ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick, a notorious homosexual pederast whose misdeeds extended to bribery and political intrigue.
A new lawsuit claims McCarrick ran a sex ring of teenage boys from his beach house in Sea Girt, New Jersey, and further alleges other clergy predators, who called McCarrick "the boss," procured boys for the sex ring.
Church Militant was recently in Sea Girt, scouting the area to gain insights into the location of the notorious beach house.
From the Sea Girt beach, overlooking the Atlantic, the beach house is five blocks away.
Victim descriptions and legal deeds confirm the location. The Metuchen diocese purchased the house in 1985, sold it to the archdiocese of Newark in 1988, which sold it to a private owner in 1997, about three years before McCarrick became archbishop of Washington, D.C.
The timing of the sales aligns with McCarrick's tenure as bishop of Metuchen and then as archbishop of Newark.
The house sits on a secluded corner, surrounded by a wall of trees. There are no houses across the street. Behind the woods are train tracks. The New Jersey Transit North Jersey Coast Line runs through the area roughly 20 times per day from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Church Militant confirmed that Cdl. Dolan did indicate the report is forthcoming, but whether it will focus exclusively on McCarrick's homosexual predation or include his other misdeeds remains to be seen.