Prestige of clergy helped hide abuse

Cornwall Standard Freeholder Friday, August 31, 2007 – 08:00 Terri Saunders Local News – The prestige bestowed upon a priest once contributed to a culture of silence surrounding child sexual abuse, the Cornwall Public Inquiry heard Thursday. Rev. Tom Doyle … Continue reading

Get the facts please: bishop

Letter to the Editor Cornwall Standard Freeholder 31 January 2008 I am writing to respond to a letter written by Rev. Thomas Doyle which you published on Jan. 26, 2008. Rev. Doyle has decided through his letter to insert himself … Continue reading

Let’s not make Perry a martyr

Editorial Cornwall Standard Freeholder 16 January 2008 It was no big surprise that former Cornwall police officer Perry Dunlop didn’t show up Monday for his scheduled appearance at the Cornwall Public Inquiry. He made it perfectly clear that he had … Continue reading

Persecution of Perry Dunlop shameful

Cornwall Standard Freeholder Letter to the Editor 26 January 2008 Your editorial “Let’s not make Perry a martyr” reveals either a profound lack of comprehension of the social dynamics that emerge from revelations of child sexual abuse, or it is … Continue reading

Doyle: Father Tom Doyle OP

   Father Thomas P. Doyle op Thomas Patrick Michael Doyle OP Canon lawyer.  Called as expert witness – to give contextual evidence at the Cornwall Public Inquiry.  Examination of qualifications 29 August 2007. Testified  30 August 2007. TRANSCRIPTS 30 August … Continue reading

Besmirching the dead

Father Tom Doyle, a Roman Catholic priest and “victim’s advocate” attempts to salvage his own ‘honour’ by besmirching that of deceased sex abuse victim and former website operator Dick Nadeau.  Dick had worked tirelessly to expose the sex abuse in … Continue reading

Morrissey: Father Francis Morrisey omi

Father Frank Morrisey omi Father Morrisey J.C.D. (Saint Paul University, Ottawa, ON), PhD (University of Ottawa) Francis G. Morrisey omi  Father Frank Morrisey is an Ottawa-based Oblate priest and professor of canon lawyer at Ottawa’s Roman Catholic University of Saint … Continue reading