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By Carl Hiaasen | May 12, 2009
The bad news for the Roman Catholic Church: Father Alberto Cuti?, the widely popular priest at St. Francis de Sales in Miami Beach, was photographed cavorting romantically on a Florida beach. The good news: He was with a woman, thank God, not an altar boy. Given the torrent of sordid revelations in recent years, the church should be positively giddy with relief that one of its rising stars was caught snuggling with a very adult-looking female. No apparent felony was in progress while Mr. Cuti?
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By Darren M. Allen and Albert Sehlstedt and Darren M. Allen and Albert Sehlstedt,Sun Staff Writers | August 7, 1994
Of all the praise pouring his way yesterday from every corner of official Baltimore, Dominic "Mimi" DiPietro -- a legendary East Baltimore city councilman who died Friday night at 89 -- probably would find none of it as satisfying as a simple recollection from Deritha Grove."
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By Frank P. L. Somerville and Frank P. L. Somerville,Sun Staff Writer | June 23, 1994
In yesterday's editions, a priest who resigned his pastorate near Annapolis after admitting adultery with a parishioner was incorrectly identified. He is the Rev. James R. Schaefer.The Sun regrets the error.A senior Roman Catholic priest has resigned as pastor of a large congregation near Annapolis after disclosing an adulterous relationship with a recently divorced woman who was a Eucharistic minister.The Rev. John R. Schaefer, 63, made the stunning announcement at all five Masses June 11 and 12 at St. Andrew by the Bay Church in Cape St. Claire.
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By Janice D'Arcy and Janice D'Arcy,SUN STAFF | January 21, 2005
A Roman Catholic priest who a decade ago publicly denied an allegation of sexual abuse has been accused of another series of incidents, according to the Archdiocese of Baltimore. This time, a former Calvert Hall College high school student said the priest, Jerome F. Toohey Jr., abused him over the course of several years. Toohey, known as Father Jeff, has not been practicing as a priest since 1993, when he was first accused of abusing a young man. Toohey, 58, did not respond to a message left at his home yesterday.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 11, 2001
Planned Parenthood of Maryland has a new president and chief executive officer, John Nugent, a former Jesuit priest who holds a master's degree in ethics from San Francisco Theological Seminary. Nugent has been a health care administrator for more than 28 years. His background includes work with programs in five states, and he also was executive director of the Hospice of North Idaho. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at several colleges, teaching ethics, philosophy and religion.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 23, 2003
A Baltimore Josephite priest who resigned from his post last year amid charges he molested a 14-year-old parishioner was indicted yesterday by a city grand jury in the alleged assault of the boy, court documents show. The Rev. Alfred Dean, 43, voluntarily stepped down as pastor of St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in East Baltimore in September after the allegations surfaced. The Archdiocese of Baltimore had suspended his priestly duties in July. According to documents, Dean is accused of hugging and kissing the boy in April last year while they were in the rectory of the church in the 1500 block of E. Oliver St. The boy had gone to the rectory to visit a friend, documents show.
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By Angela Winter Ney and Angela Winter Ney,Staff Writer | July 12, 1993
The Rev. Peter McGeory likes to think of himself as the Plebe priest. He arrived as the new Roman Catholic chaplain at the U.S. Naval Academy just a few weeks before induction day for the class of 1997, and he says he'll stick with those midshipmen."
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 22, 2006
DUBLIN, Ireland -- The affair had all the makings of a first-class scandal: In a quiet corner of rural Ireland, a 73-year-old Roman Catholic priest admitted to fathering a child last year with a local schoolteacher. Smelling a good story, television crews rolled into the village of Woodford, in County Galway, and tabloid newspapers gleefully denounced "Father Romeo." On radio call-in shows and television current affairs programs, the affair has kick-started a national debate about the celibacy requirement for Catholic clergy.
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By Angela Gambill and Angela Gambill,Staff writer | May 7, 1991
Morning after morning, people find their way to the Rev. Peter Caputo's spot at the counter in Chick and Ruth's deli in Annapolis, looking for money, information and affection.They never go wanting."You learn to read faces. Everybody you see is saying, 'Somebody please say something nice to me. Somebody please love me.' And Jesus Christ does," says Caputo. "All you have to do is accept that love."Caputo doesn't look much like an Anglican priest. In spite of the clerical collar, he looks more like the police chief he once was.He often doesn't sound like a priest either, bellowing show tunes andtrading witticisms with customers.
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By Kris Antonelli and Gary Gately and Kris Antonelli and Gary Gately,Sun Staff Writers | March 13, 1994
An attorney for a Roman Catholic priest denied yesterday allegations that the priest sexually abused a student he had counseled in the late 1980s.Kevin M. Kelly, a Las Vegas attorney representing the Rev. Jerome F. Toohey Jr., issued a detailed, two-page denial in response to a civil suit seeking millions of dollars that was filed Thursday in Baltimore Circuit Court.The priest, a friend and former college classmate of Mr. Kelly, was unavailable for comment.The suit claimed that Father Toohey -- former president of the board of directors of John Carroll School in Bel Air and a former chaplain at Calvert Hall College high school in Towson -- "engaged in a course of conduct whereby he sexually, mentally, emotionally, verbally and physically abused" the teen.
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