Loyal priest exposes sodomites, persecuted by bishop for whistleblowing

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Father Haley, a priest in the diocese of Arlington, VA, has been permanently suspended by Bishop Paul Loverde for testifying in a legal deposition about the immoral practices of his fellow diocesan clergy. In a formal notice to Haley, given on October 28, 2002, Bishop Loverde stated that Haley was guilty of violating an order for him not to publicize priestly wrongdoing in order “to avoid scandal, to maintain ecclesiastical discipline and to protect the reputation and privacy of both the faithful and priests of this diocese.” [As quoted in The Washington Times, November 13, 2002.]

In fact Father Haley never went public with any of his incriminating information. For years he went privately to Bishop Loverde, not just with his complaints, but with indisputable evidence of clergy immorality in his diocese. Bishop Loverde’s reference to Haley “publicizing priestly wrongdoing” concerns deposition testimony given by Father Haley pursuant to a law suit brought against Bishop Loverde and his diocese by a parishioner, James Lambert. The suit alleged diocesan negligence in failing to remove an obviously unfit priest who had given public scandal for years.   [The lawsuit was eventually dismissed for failing to comply with the statute of limitations.]

Having exposed the perverted sodomites of the lavendar mafia , now he must suffer in virtual silence. Pray for this courageous priests, and all proests, that they may faithfully discharge their duties and vows.

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2 thoughts on “Loyal priest exposes sodomites, persecuted by bishop for whistleblowing

    Randy Engel said:
    March 20, 2015 at 14:38

    I am trying to locate Fr Haley’s address. Can you be of help. Randy

    PS I’d like to send him some regular $$$ support. Randy

      eastsidehunky responded:
      March 21, 2015 at 15:26

      Randy:
      Good question. He is not listed in public directories ESh searched in the Arlington, VA/DC area. He also is not listed anywhere in the 2015 diocesan directory.

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