Posts Tagged ‘Judge Michael Mosman’

Taking its medicine does the Vatican some good

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

“Be careful what you wish for,” as the saying goes, “because you will surely get it.” In light of a couple of recent Vatican stories, the corollary also seems to apply: Be careful what you try to avoid, because it might actually be good for you. A stringent European money laundering exam in July and Read more

Judge rules US priest was not employed by the Vatican

Friday, August 24th, 2012

Dismissing a 10-year-old attempt to hold the Holy See liable for sexual abuse, a federal judge in the United States has ruled that a priest accused of molestation was not employed by the Vatican. The ruling in an Oregon courtroom came in a lawsuit filed by a man who alleged the late Father Andrew Ronan, Read more