Chicago Archdiocese To Pay $1.75 Million To Woman Who Says Priest Sexually Abused Her At South Side Catholic School

Same priest, a Carmelite, had cost the Los Angeles archdiocese very much money.

Another case against Boley, in which a woman accused him of abusing her as a child while he taught at Los Angeles’ St. Raphael Parish in the 1980s, was one of hundreds of abuse claims settled by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in 2007.

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ $660 million payout to settle the Boley abuse claim and more than 500 others remains the largest-ever settlement in the Catholic Church’s decades-long sexual abuse scandal.

When asked whether the Archdiocese of Chicago was aware of abuse accusations against Boley upon his arrival at St. Clara-St. Cyril in 1987, [spokesman] Gonzales directed Block Club to the Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary.

Yes or no. Question is whether A knew, A says ask someone else.

Vaccine Deaths Outnumber Covid Deaths in U.S. Households, Two New Polls Confirm

Polls of the U.S. public continue to show that up to twice as many Americans have lost a household member.

Polls of the U.S. public continue to show that up to twice as many Americans have lost a household member to a Covid vaccine injury as have lost one to Covid.

The pooled results of five surveys of the American public, now totalling over 2,500 people, show that while 4.4% of respondents reported that someone in their household had died from COVID-19, 8.9% said someone had died as a result of Covid vaccination.

Twice as many.

A rich lode here. Read on.