The unhappy leadership history of St. Luke’s Institute | Catholic Culture

Closing of this brief 2017 description of St. Luke Institute, where Cardinal Cupich would have sent the long-ago abuse victim Fr. Paul Kalchik (by a neighbor at 11, by a priest at 19), closes with these reasonable questions:

Now, reflecting on all of the above, a few questions:

How much confidence do you have in the St. Luke Institute?

How many priests who were sent to the St. Luke Institute for counseling, and then returned to ministry, later became (further) involved in sexual abuse?

How much confidence have the American bishops shown in the Institute and its leaders? Has that changed in the past 15 years, as the above information has come to light? If not, why not?

How much confidence does Cardinal Cupich have in the institute? A lot, obviously.

via Catholic Culture

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