Fr. John Corapi Accused UPDATED

As near as I can tell, Deacon Greg Kandra has been the first to pick up this news off of Fr. John Corapi’s site:

On Ash Wednesday I learned that a former employee sent a three-page letter to several bishops accusing me of everything from drug addiction to multiple sexual exploits with her and several other adult women. There seems to no longer be the need for a complaint to be deemed “credible” in order for Church authorities to pull the trigger on the Church’s procedure, which was in recent years crafted to respond to cases of the sexual abuse of minors. I am not accused of that, but it seems, once again, that they now don’t have to deem the complaint to be credible or not, and it is being applied broadly to respond to all complaints. I have been placed on “administrative leave” as the result of this.

I’ll certainly cooperate with the process, but personally believe that it is seriously flawed, and is tantamount to treating the priest as guilty “just in case”, then through the process determining if he is innocent. The resultant damage to the accused is immediate, irreparable, and serious, especially for someone like myself, since I am so well known. I am not alone in this assessment, as multiple canon lawyers and civil and criminal attorneys have stated publicly that the procedure does grave damage to the accused from the outset, regardless of rhetoric denying this, and has little regard for any form of meaningful due process.

All of the allegations in the complaint are false, and I ask you to pray for all concerned.

Well, all I can say is I really hope for the sake of his soul, for the church and the faithful who regard Corapi as something of hero that these allegations are false, but we must wait and see. This is not the first time a prominent priest has been publicly accused — recall Cardinal Joseph Bernadin, whose accuser eventually recanted and begged his pardon — and it won’t be the last.

That the accusation is made during Lent seems almost pro-forma; I am already imagining the sorts of lurid headlines we’ll be reading — if not about Corapi, then about someone else — come Holy Week.

Having known a couple of clerics who were accused of making improper remarks or advances toward women and ultimately cleared of wrongdoing, I have some sympathy for Fr. Corapi; right now the church is exquisitely aware of all her failings and sins and at this point simply being accused is enough to convict, in the eyes of many.

An accusation made against a priest, or a layman is a powerful thing – it is an assassin’s bullet to the psyche and reputation of the man as immediate and thorough as a point-blank bullet to the temple. Because it is so serious, one hopes it is never made lightly. Sometimes it is. Sometimes it is not. We simply do not know which is the case here, but even if he is cleared, this will forever be part of Corapi’s biography. Still, let’s hope that this is not true. Better to have a bio with an asterisk than an utter disgrace.

So let’s pray for Corapi, and for his accuser. If she has leveled a false charge, she has done something heinous — and it’s heinous to do this to a man whether he is a priest or not –and needs help.

If she is telling the truth, they both need help and healing.

My husband noted to me that the immediate stigma attached to a man accused of sexual impropriety in the corporate world is not so very different than it is in the church’s “zero-tolerance” policy. Corporations are so afraid of being sued for not taking a woman’s claim seriously that they react immediately, often harshly (sometimes a fellow is advised not to even fight to clear his name, but to simply resign).

A friend just wrote to me that he was once accused of sexual impropriety for making an innocuous comment to a woman in the lunchroom; he was immediately subjected to the most demeaning interrogation, before the misunderstanding was cleared up, but the event so soured him that he found another job, anyway.

Real abuse, real sexual impropriety should never be countenanced by any institution or business. No woman should have to put up with it. But it does seem to me that there should be a reasonable willingness to hear all sides, before guilt is assumed and swift retribution dispensed. Once a good name is smeared, it’s very difficult to remove all that tarnish. Nothing short of a woman’s coming out publicly to recant the accusation can really do it.

It strikes me that this is another one of those situations described by Anthony Esolen, in which “the woman can’t lose.” She is allowed to maintain her anonymity while someone else’s name is immediately and forever darkened.

Meanwhile, speaking of darkened, I do recall Corapi was dealing with some sort of health disorder a few years ago (I don’t follow him closely, so I am short on details) and taking on a health regimen can certainly change one’s appearance, but if I were Corapi, I’d ditch the tanning booth for the duration. I’m sure it’s perfectly innocuous and innocent, but it’s unhelpful at the moment.

UPDATED: A facebook page in support of Corapi! God bless the internets! How did we ever organize, before?

Today is the Feast of St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church, and of workers and fathers and many, many priests. Read Pat Gohn’s excellent piece and perhaps whisper up a “St. Joseph, Pray for Us” on behalf of all of our priests, our fathers and the pope! And pray for our seminarians — they are miraculous and heroic!

UPDATE II: I’ve written more here

Related:
Archbishop Timothy Dolan
recounts a recent, painful exchange in an airport.

Max Lindenman: mentioning Corapi in a different vein.

Frank Weathers: on Catholic Cults of Personality

About Elizabeth Scalia
  • lookinthemirror

    Perhaps we should pray for you as well as your comments are unbiased and along the lines or creating doubt where you have no proof and very heinous in the accusations you are planting. Have you ever seen Father Corapi in person? I have. Do you know what his health issues were? I do. Should I make several sly digs about your appearance based upon your photo? Seriously, if you are going to blog, especially on something as serious as this, do us all a favor, keep your opinions to yourself and get your facts or don’t write about a subject you have very little information about. How do you call yourself a Catholic and do crap like that? Take a look in the mirror and if you can do an Examination of your Conscience and you think all is good, I would highly recommend you run to your nearest priest and confess your sin of lack of humility, charity and understanding. Oh, that’s right, if the priest is tan, you probably won’t do it huh? By the way, you might want to look at yourself in the mirror before hurling junior high insults.

  • Barb N

    All the folks who are infuriated at even the discussion of this case need to inhale deeply and repeat the following words in a calm voice: Fr. Maciel of the Legion of Christ, Fr. Maciel of the Legion of Christ, Fr. Maciel of the Legion of Christ.

    The truth is, I was castigated and shouted down for years by fellow orthodox Catholics whenever I noted with alarm that Maciel had a lot of young men coming forward with terrible accusations. The desperate devotees of Fr. Maciel put on the same affront we are seeing in these comments here and would point out how JPII loved Maciel, and how many wonderful seminarians God was sending to the Legion and how orthodox Legion priests always are. They would also shun and attack those who could even insinuate that Maciel wasn’t a living saint.

    Well, he wasn’t. The truth is, Maciel was living a terribly evil double life. We orthodox folks in the Church have been duped before. And how.

    Now, that sad situation has absolutely no bearing on this current situation with Fr. Corapi but it does provide the context for the decision made in this case to put Fr. Corapi on administrative leave.

    Anchoress has done the right thing here in recommending a posture of prayer and wait and see. Despite strong feelings, none of us really know the truth in this situation. And, as in the case of Bernardin, we might never really know. It is wrong to chasten the messengers here, as in the case of Anchoress. It is also wrong to be furious at the authorities in the Church. In light of the recent past of Maciel and priest pederasts, what else would you have the bishops do????!!! They must take the strongest measures possible to demonstrate their real desire to protect any potential victims here.

    I am also dismayed at the horror that some are expressing here over the very idea that Fr. Corapi could be a sinner like the rest of us. It doesn’t reflect Christ who, betrayed and abandoned by his own apostles, “knew what was in the heart of men.” Idols always have clay feet. As St. Teresa of Avila noted, “Don’t be pinning your soul on any one’s shoulder. Pin your soul on Christ.”

  • PaulG589

    I will pray for Elizabeth Scalia and members of the media.

  • PaulG589

    Father Corapi speaks the truth and he will always be attacked by evil. The media will take this lie and run with it.

  • Signum Crucis

    You are mistaken about Baby Joseph’s condition. A tracheotomy was performed in order to get him off the ventilator. The trach is much less painful than the vent and it doesn’t breath for him, it simply keeps his airways open and clear so that he doesn’t suffocate on his own mucus. Baby Joseph will go home, with the trach in place, to die in the arms of his parents when God calls him home. God bless Fr. Pavone!

    As to the Anchoress’s refusal to show respect to Fr. Corapi (and the priesthood) by insisting that it is acceptable to call him “Corapi”, she should remember that Catholic priests are ordained by God. That reason alone should govern how she addresses them. While writers might incorporate journalistic style, it is only good and proper for Catholics to put the Church before style.

  • Pilar Pujols

    The Catholic Church does not make predictions, btw, only GOD knows the present past and future. Read the Bible. God bless

  • hon

    It is no more fair for you to criticize Archbishop Dolan and the usccb then it is for anyone to criticiz Fr Corapi. You know the public would have a fit of the Corapi story wasn’t investigated and he wasn’t put on leave. Believe me the usccb knows that he’s innocent. Just pray for Fr. Corapi. I am deeply, spitirually indebted to him. Hon God Bless You

  • hon

    Fr. Corapi website says that it is a former employee that wrote several bishops letters acussing him. Don’t blame the usccb. They are just doing what they have to do when there is an accusation. Just keep praying for Fr. Corapi. His favorite is the rosary. Lets start saying the rosary every day for him. God Bless

  • hon

    I’m sorry that you’re so misinformed

  • hon

    I agree. I would stake my life on his innocense. We’ve got to keep praying for him.

  • hon

    I think there are more important issues here. Give it a rest

  • Anonymous

    Oh, I whole-heartedly agree. I’m not the one who keeps bringing it up.

  • MARIEJOLY

    I WILL PRAY FOR FATHER CORAPI FOR EVER IF IT TAKES THAT LONG FOR THE CHURCH TO CLEAR HIM OF ANY WRONGDOING
    MARIE

  • MARIEJOLY

    I WILL PRAY FOR FATHER CORAPI FOR EVER IF IT TAKES THAT LONG FOR THE CHURCH TO CLEAR HIM OF ANY WRONGDOING
    MARIE

  • ginny

    He is 63 years old. His appeal is spiritual, not physical. Because he is so successful in his ministry, Satan is going after him, using, just as he did in the garden of Eden, a woman.

  • Blattgirl52

    I sincerely wish that ewtn would have given Fr. Corapi the benefit of the doubt, even our legal system presumes innocence until proven guilty. As a spiritual network, how crucial an example was lost. As a community, we should all support each other with prayer and confidence. This is not to say that we should all leave our brains parked at the church door, but simply to rely on the faith, faith as a child, in our beloved church. I do believe that the truth will prevail, and that Fr. Corapi deserves our prayers and confidence in the meantime. We are all aware of the past downfalls of some sick minded priests, the public wants to make the assumption that all priests are tainted, but as a community we know that not to be true. I cannot stress strongly enough the importance of supporting our priests and holy orders, let the rest of the world do the bashing. I was raised catholic early on, and pulled out of the faith before first communion, i came back to the church some 30 years later aware of all the scandal, but with a love and understanding of what the true church teaches. Anyone and anything that is so close to God is attacked by satan and must endure much suffering, I think we’re on to something.

  • Gerry Brosky

    Satan knows the best way to attack Christ is to attack His Spouse. He’ll do whatever he can to attack those who bring the real presence of Christ to the people of God. I don’t believe that Fr. Corapi, for one second, is guilty of these accusations. Just as I don’t believe, for one second, that “every” priest ever accused of sexual crimes is guilty. The priests of the Catholic Church are easy marks. The accuser always gets the benefit of the doubt. Yes, there have been terrible crimes committed by “some” of these priests. (Once again I remind you who Satan’s favorite targets are.) When Satan attacks one of Christ’s priests, he succeeds, whether or not that priest is guilty or innocent. He succeeds because he has planted doubt in the minds of the faithful. He succeeds because there are people out there that, unfortunately, do not have a very strong faith, and this is just enough to push them away from Christ. He attacks Christ’s Church because this is his biggest threat. Because this is the Church that Christ, Himself, founded, and because this is the Church that will still be standing at the end of time. What the faithful must do is draw themselves closer to Christ, especially during these horrendous attacks upon His Church. Satan will never give up. And neither should we.

  • Lilith

    Oh, how dear, you ranted and called her “woman”! You,sir, are an idiot.

  • Lilith

    It is??!!! Thanks for shaing!

  • Jim

    The organization that most likely paid these women and others to lie,also have microwave weapons pointed at every catholic church,disrupting concetration,could radiate youre bodily fluids,and tear apart our church at the foudation literally!

  • Mary

    I do not know Fr. Corapi personally although I have gone to many of his talks and purchased just about all of his videos, and have seen where he came from and how far he has gotten by the grace of God (which he always acknowledges). What kind of a person would I be if I didn’t believe him to be innocent? That does not mean that I refuse to believe that he could be guilty, we can all be guilty of any sin but our reputation should figure in the likely hood of guilt.From what I do know of him over these many years, of course I would believe him to be innocent. We know nothing of the accuser and it would be ridiculous fior me to say I don’t think she would lie, because I do not know her, but I do know him enough to form an opinion about the likelyhood of his guilt or innocence. I believe he would be the first to admit it as did Fr. Eutenaur. This is not to say that I know for certain that he is innocent but that I believe he is, until proven guilty. Fr. Marciel was a different story, he had, for a very long time many accusers and if you knew any of the rules of his order you would see that something was not right. If Fr. Corapi did fall at some point, is he not human? This was supposedly with an adult woman, is she not as guilty? And as said previously, is this not for the confessional? If he were to have a drug problem I would pray that he gets the help he needs but that does not take away, in any respect, all the good he has done. He has a large following because he is courageous and tells the truth which is what every one wants to hear. He has always said that he was hated by many and not all of them lay people. Which I believe to be true. Who cares what color his beard is or if he has a tan. Our Holy Father Pope John Paul II had a very onstage persona where as our present Pope Benedict is much more low key. Does that make one of them holier than the other? As for referring to Fr. Corapi as Fr. you need to understand that the appropriate and acceptable terms by the media is not the same as what is appropriate for Catholics, and we are first and foremost Catholics. There is a line that one does not cross with a priest, Bishop,Cardinal etc. out of respect. They are called by God to represent Him and they have a title given to them when ordained. Even priests that we aren’t too keen on, they are still priests. I work for a priest and even his own mother calls him Fr. most of the time. Someone mentioned that he was always mentioning his degrees etc., if I came from his background and by the grace of God was turned around and accomplished all of that learning, had the gift of speaking that he has and was enabled to reac h all the people that he has reached over the years, I would porbably marvel at the goodness of the Lord and what he has done for me every chance I got. It isn’t look what I have done, it is look at what the Lord has done and if he can do it for me, he can do it for you, too. God bless you Fr. John and I pray that this be cleared up quickly, Our Lady will help you as you well know.

  • Mary

    I do not know Fr. Corapi personally although I have gone to many of his talks and purchased just about all of his videos, and have seen where he came from and how far he has gotten by the grace of God (which he always acknowledges). What kind of a person would I be if I didn’t believe him to be innocent? That does not mean that I refuse to believe that he could be guilty, we can all be guilty of any sin but our reputation should figure in the likely hood of guilt.From what I do know of him over these many years, of course I would believe him to be innocent. We know nothing of the accuser and it would be ridiculous fior me to say I don’t think she would lie, because I do not know her, but I do know him enough to form an opinion about the likelyhood of his guilt or innocence. I believe he would be the first to admit it as did Fr. Eutenaur. This is not to say that I know for certain that he is innocent but that I believe he is, until proven guilty. Fr. Marciel was a different story, he had, for a very long time many accusers and if you knew any of the rules of his order you would see that something was not right. If Fr. Corapi did fall at some point, is he not human? This was supposedly with an adult woman, is she not as guilty? And as said previously, is this not for the confessional? If he were to have a drug problem I would pray that he gets the help he needs but that does not take away, in any respect, all the good he has done. He has a large following because he is courageous and tells the truth which is what every one wants to hear. He has always said that he was hated by many and not all of them lay people. Which I believe to be true. Who cares what color his beard is or if he has a tan. Our Holy Father Pope John Paul II had a very onstage persona where as our present Pope Benedict is much more low key. Does that make one of them holier than the other? As for referring to Fr. Corapi as Fr. you need to understand that the appropriate and acceptable terms by the media is not the same as what is appropriate for Catholics, and we are first and foremost Catholics. There is a line that one does not cross with a priest, Bishop,Cardinal etc. out of respect. They are called by God to represent Him and they have a title given to them when ordained. Even priests that we aren’t too keen on, they are still priests. I work for a priest and even his own mother calls him Fr. most of the time. Someone mentioned that he was always mentioning his degrees etc., if I came from his background and by the grace of God was turned around and accomplished all of that learning, had the gift of speaking that he has and was enabled to reac h all the people that he has reached over the years, I would porbably marvel at the goodness of the Lord and what he has done for me every chance I got. It isn’t look what I have done, it is look at what the Lord has done and if he can do it for me, he can do it for you, too. God bless you Fr. John and I pray that this be cleared up quickly, Our Lady will help you as you well know.

  • Laura

    Excuse me. ATTENTION, EVERYONE. PLEASE – A MOMENT OF YOUR TIME.

    Some of you are apparently uninformed. When any priest is placed on administrative leave, a leave to allow an investigation of allegations against him, he is required to cease ALL public ministry. That includes the airing of videos, public speaking, etc.

    EWTN has NOT made a personal decision reflecting distrust of Fr. Corapi’s innocence. EWTN has DONE WHAT IS REQUIRED in these situations. They would do the same if any other of their presenters were in a situation of Church discipline. Even Mother Angelica, herself.

    So – inform yourselves what’s going on, and don’t get caught up in the emotionalism.

    Thank you. You may now return to your normal hysteria. (Oh, and whoever it was who said Fr Corapi’s appeal is not physical – Excuse me. The man – I don’t care if he’s 80 – definitely qualifies as a hottie. Even Fr. Benedict Groeschel has groupies.)

  • Eth

    Father Corapi is a wonderful priest and has surely been instrumental in the changing lives of many. We are saddened at the terrible trial that he is going through. Praying for you father and for any other priest that have been falsely accused. It seems it is open season against the church and her holy priests. Anyone can just make a claim and it is immediately thought to be true. God help us all, if that is how things keep going. Satan will destroy as many of the faithful as he can.

    For any person that has made a false accusation you need prayer as well, and you need to repent and clear up any false story you have made about any priest. God will always forgive if we ask for his mercy.

    As for Father Corapi, hang in there and borrow an extra pair of combat boots from the Blessed Mary, as I am sure you will be needing them. I am sure she has hers ready for action, as I post this. God bless you father Corapi. We love you.

  • hon

    Dear Coyo, I just read an article and the USCCB has nothing to do with this. The action of administrative leave is imposed by the head of Fr Corapis religious order.

  • Anonymous

    As news has continued to move forward and these comments are not topping 500, I am going to close this thread. I think everything that can possibly be said or ranted about has been said and ranted. For further saying and ranting please go to newer posts here on

    SCANDALS IN THE CHURCH & INVESTIGATIONS:
    http://www.patheos.com/community/theanchoress/2011/03/24/church-is-holy-scandals-are-of-man/

    EWTN’s LATEST STATEMENT REGARDING CORAPI: http://www.patheos.com/community/theanchoress/2011/03/23/ewtn-explains-about-corapi/

    THE THINGS WE KNOW AND DO NOT KNOW: http://www.patheos.com/community/theanchoress/2011/03/21/36-hours-after-corapi-stormfall/

    Thank you – Mean Lizzie, the Administrator

  • Bryan

    Father Corapi is above this, he stands for all that is good…He will be found inocent of all charges. The devil is working through the lady! Pray for the lady who is the grips of the devil!!

  • Christine

    After prayerful refection about this situation, I have decided, reluctantly, to suspend my monthly donation to EWTN. It is poor judgement on their part to decline to air his programs on the basis of merely an accusation from an anonymous person regarding his character and morals. This is exactly what we don’t need, it only lends credence to to the accuser and makes Father Corapi appear to be guilty simply because someone said so. This capitulation is just playing by the rules of accusers and it has to stop!! EWTN should be standing by him in his ordeal and not abandoning him. I hope and pray that other donors, and there are many, will do the same and maybe EWTN will take notice. This injustice must not stand!! Please defend him! Stop your donations until such time that they put his programs on again. We need courage, not cowardice! I am standing with Father Corapi!!

  • Jankrol

    Fr. Corapi must be a powerful threat to Satan if that Liar has
    attacked Fr. Corapi in such a way. The Lord surround that
    good man so that he may continue to speak the truth.

  • Mflyon

    Dear brother second advent,
    I do believe that you need to study more about the Catholic Church before you make such remarks. The Catholic Church has never exalted satan nor is paganism its religion. I sincerely hope that you get you facts straight before you start insulted this faith. I will pray for you that you spread the truth about different religions and not heresy.

  • Eth

    Sacred Heart Radio is standing behind Father Corapi, and you can Google it and find out if it is in your area. Also, you can listen through your computer, if it is not in your radio range of listening. He will continue to be on.

    We should pray for and support Sacred Heart Radio, who has the courage not to bow down to those who would make up malicious stories about a true man of God

  • Anonymous

    YOu should reconsider. If you read the second statement from EWTN, you learn that Fr. Corapi has had his priestly faculties removed. It would be unfair (and also dishonest) for EWTN to continue to broadcast what he has done as a priest, until they are reinstated. EWTN needs to be consistent, and treat all of their priests the same, when these things come up, and that’s what they’re doing.

  • Christine

    Thank you Eth, I certainly will do as you advise, and thanks to Sacred Heart radio!!

  • Christine

    Thank you Eth, I certainly will do as you advise, and thanks to Sacred Heart radio!!

  • Christine

    Thanks MeanLizzie, but consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, as they say. He’s not just any priest, he’s Fr. Corapi, he’s sent shock waves through the catholic church, he has a tremendous following, to deny and/or downplay his impact is foolishness. This is a unique case and should be treated as such. I repeat: stop the cowardice and support Fr. Corapi against his enemies.

  • Betsy Feliciano Feliciano59

    I can’t believe this is true. i love Father Coropi and I want the world to please pray for a speedy solution to these horrible charges. I’m an ex police officer and I believe that you are INNOCENT untill proven guilty. i know and believe in my heart that he is innocent.

  • Carole

    A Novena for Fr. Corapi
    Posted: 23 Mar 2011 07:51 AM PDT
    Novena for the Fr. Corapi Ordeal – March 25 to April 2

    (Feast of the Annunciation to the Anniversary of Pope John Paul II’s passing)

    HT: Veneremur Cernui

    Efficacious Novena To The Sacred Heart Of Jesus

    (This novena prayer was recited every day by Padre Pio for all those who asked his prayers)

    I. My Jesus, You have said, ‘Truly I say to you, ask and it will be given you, seek and you will find, knock and it will be opened to you.’ Through the intercession of Mary, Your holy Mother, I knock, I seek and ask that my prayer be granted. (I aask for the protection of Fr. Corapi and the preservation of his ministry and his good name) ____________

    Our Father…

    Hail Mary…

    Glory be to the Father…

    Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you.

    II. O my Jesus, You have said, ‘Truly I say to you, if you ask anything of the Father in my name, He will give it to you.’
    Through the intercession of Mary, Your holy Mother, in Your Name I ask the Father that my prayer be granted.

    Our Father…

    Hail Mary…

    Glory be to the Father…

    Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you.

    III. O my Jesus, You have said, ‘Truly I say to you, heaven and earth
    will pass away but my words will not pass away.’ Encouraged by
    Your infallible words, through the intercession of Mary, Your
    holy Mother I feel confident that my prayers will be answered.
    ( I ask for the protection of Fr. Corapi and the preservation of his good name and his ministry)

    Our Father…

    Hail Mary…

    Glory be to the Father…

    O Sacred , O Merciful, O Eucharistic Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you.

    O Sacred Heart of Jesus, for whom it is impossible not to have compassion on the afflicted, have pity on us poor sinners and grant us the grace which we ask of You, through the Sorrowful and Immaculate heart of Mary, Your tender mother and ours.

    Hail, Holy Queen…

    St. Joseph, foster father of Jesus, pray for us.

  • Mannyr50

    i will pray for him my son joey died of a brain tumor but he would watch fr corapi and liked him very much

  • Pilar Pujols

    are you kidding me? who are you? a follower of satan or a heretic? Study the faith before you speak…one day Jesus will judge all of us and you better be ready…satan is real and you dont want to be on his side…Praise be Jesus..

  • Pilar Pujols

    Christine with all respect, that is not a good idea…we need EWTN…please dont do that…pray to Jesus, that HE will bring justice, HE WILL…but dont stop helping EWTN…is my connection to my faith…i have cable just to watch it…the tribulation is sent for endurance…Jesus knows what he is doing…m

  • Pilar Pujols

    Christine with all respect, that is not a good idea…we need EWTN…please dont do that…pray to Jesus, that HE will bring justice, HE WILL…but dont stop helping EWTN…is my connection to my faith…i have cable just to watch it…the tribulation is sent for endurance…Jesus knows what he is doing…m

  • Christine

    I understand, I also love EWTN and have supported them for many years. My financial agreement with them expires this May so I’ll think on it till then whether to renew it and will continue to pray about this matter with Fr. Corapi.


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