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The vice rector of the U.S. seminary in Rome is stepping down. His resignation comes in the wake of a lawsuit claiming the priest is a homosexual predator. Church Militant's William Mahoney has more on the resignation and the lawsuit.
Father Adam Park will "not be returning to the Pontifical North American College ["NAC"] for the fall semester." This from a recent message sent by NAC rector Fr. Peter Harman.
Harman, Park, the NAC and New York's Cdl. Timothy Dolan are all being sued for homosexual predation, retaliation against whistleblowers and cover-up. Park has a history of preying on young, handsome and naïve subordinates, according to the lawsuit.
Gene Gomulka, a clerical-abuse-victims advocate, explained Park prefers naïve young men because they're easier to groom. Park was ordained by disgraced homosexual pederast Theodore McCarrick and rose to power under McCarrick's buddy, Washington's former ordinary, Cdl. Donald Wuerl.
Park will be returning to the United States for a yet-unknown assignment back in D.C. under Cdl. Wilton Gregory. Meanwhile, the NAC's quest for donations continues. Recent surveys to donors and former donors include the following question, "Why did you choose to stop giving to the Pontifical North American College?"
One respondent answered, "Until the homosexual underbelly of the NAC is no longer tolerated, we do not wish to give."
Park's resignation comes only seven months after the lawsuit was filed with New York State's Supreme Court, leading one priest involved in the case to speculate Harman might resign next.
Cardinal Wilton Gregory is an offshoot of the late and notorious Cdl. Joseph Bernardin, leading critics to presume Gregory will just cover for Park.
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