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Bishop Zurek: Concerns About Priests For Life Have Been "Favorably Addressed"

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In 2011 Bishop Patrick Zurek, bishop of the Diocese of Amarillo, sent a letter to all the bishops of the United States, advising them that he had so many concerns about Priests For Life's $10 million budget that the organization's national director, Fr. Frank Pavone, shouldn't be trusted with donors' money. For a full year, while an investigation was pending, Father Pavone was restricted to working from a small cell in a Texas convent. He was unable to continue his travel and speaking schedule on behalf of the unborn. The high-profile case was sent to the Vatican for review. Finally, in December 2013, Bishop Zurek sent a letter to the bishops of the United States, informing them that all the concerns he had addressed with regard to the Staten Island-based Priests For Life (PFL) "have been favorably received and addressed by the Congregation for Clergy."
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Mary De Voe said...

Bishop Zurek is responsible for all the unborn souls who might have been given life but for the curtailment of Priest for Life's work. I've said it before and I will say it again. The rest of my comment is greatly uncharitable.

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