Father John Corapi reported to be re-establishing his spiritual life as a Catholic priest

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Harley Davidson Bikers Receive Blessing from Pope Francis – but biker John Corapi/The Black Sheepdog is a no-show.

WWJR – What Would Jesus Ride? The roar of over 1,400 motorcycles was heard in St. Peter’s Square as bikers from all over the world came to Rome to receive a blessing from Pope Francis. The bikers are celebrating the 110th anniversary of the famed motorcycle maker’s founding. Throughout the week, some 35,000 Harley-Davidsons have […]

Latest gossip on the Father Corapi affair

A  blog for Dallas Area Catholics reports: I got the following update last night from a Montana resident who claims to be in the know.  They say Fr. Corapi lives in a gated community in Whitefish, Montana, on Whitefish Lake.  He is seen about riding his Harley.  He never wears clerics or any religious garb.  He […]

The Black Sheep Dog (a.k.a. Father John Corapi) website is now empty and dormant.

Today, traveling around the Catholic blogosphere and on Facebook and Twitter is a link to the now defunct website http://www.theblacksheepdog.us/.  All of the posts, all of the audios and videos are gone as are the items that were for sale.   The “nuking” of the site also eliminated literally thousands of comments.  It is all replaced with this: Link

Seen on the web: The latest info on the status of Father Corapi

According to his most recent office manager, Justin Meccia, John Corapi returned from a hunting trip in September and gave notice to Justin and other Santa Cruz Media staff that he was closing his business. His website has not been updated significantly since then (with the exception of posts made in his name to promote […]

Summary of the current status of the Father John Corapi case

The Timeline Tamra Sexton was fired in September 2009, for cause. This is known because of the court filing in Montana by Corapi, made public on the blog of Jimmy Akin, reporter for the National Catholic Register, earlier this summer. Her husband, Matt Sprinkle, had his contract with Santa Cruz Media terminated in the middle of […]

Bickering about Father Corapi affair still going on in cyberspace

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John Corapi (a.k.a. The Black SheepDog) launches new website

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Video of John Corapi’s priestly ordination by Pope John Paul II in the Vatican

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Quo vadis, John Corapi?

From Wikipedia: Quo vadis? is a Latin phrase meaning “Where are you going?” or “Whither goest thou?” The modern usage of the phrase refers to Christian tradition, related in the apocryphal Acts of Peter (Vercelli Acts XXXV), in which Saint Peter meets Jesus as Peter is fleeing from likely crucifixion in Rome. Peter asks Jesus […]

Christopher Ferrara: EWTN knew all along that Father Corapi was “damaged goods”.

I feel nothing but contempt, however, for EWTN’s calculated decision to make Corapi a star knowing full well that he was damaged goods. Worse, having created this fallen celebrity, EWTN then proceeded to cover his fall as a news item on its pretend network news show, The World Over, on which Arroyo plays the role […]

Latest (improbable) Corapi installment: Follow the money!

A report from January 28, 2011 states that the Diocese of Corpus Christi, others settle in suit alleging molestation. These others are the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT), the order of which Fr. Corapi was a member. A reader at Facebook suggested the following: SOLT in conjunction with the Diocese […]

More on the Corapi saga: Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.

When giants fall, the ground shakes. Father John Corapi was a giant and many are still shaken at his downfall. I’ve read all the terrible twists and turns in this surreal case of a SOLT (Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity) priest who had many in the Catholic world by their hearts. […]

Jimmy Akin: Fr. Corapi’s Lawsuit against Accuser (Full Text)

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Father Corapi and the Judas Ratio

As I have postulated for years here on POWIP, there is a Judas Ratio. The Judas Ratio can be thought to be the 8% (1/12) of any demographic segment (whether professional or otherwise) that can be expected to be complete scoundrels. The concept originated with my father, Dan Sr., who postulated the thought to explain […]

SOLT “brother priest” laments the sad developments in the Corapi scandal

Fr. Sam Medley, the SOLT Webmaster laments, “I am deeply saddened at the news of my brother priest Fr Corapi .” Read the entire post

More from retired Bishop Gracida on the latest developments in the Corapi case.

MY CHIEF COMPLAINT AGAINST BOTH THE CHANCERY OF THE DIOCESE OF CORPUS CHRISTI AND THE LEADERSHIP OF SOLT IS THAT THEY DID NOT HAVE THE GOOD OF THE CHURCH IN MIND WHEN THEY ACTED PRECIPITOUSLY TO  PUBLICLY SUSPEND FATHER CORAPI. Read the entire post

The official SOLT Press Release is finally posted. Things look pretty bad for John Corapi.

Excerpt from the official SOLT press release: SOLT’s fact-finding team has acquired information from Fr. Corapi’s e-mails, various witnesses, and public sources that, together, state that, during his years of public ministry: He did have sexual relations and years of cohabitation (in California and Montana) with a woman known to him, when the relationship began, […]

Mysterious press release appears to detail more Corapi offenses. No confirmation available.

A press release dated July 5, 2011, alleged to have come from Father Gerard Sheehan, SOLT regional priest servant, details a number of long-term indiscretions on the part of John Corapi that came to light as the result of the recent investigation. Funny thing is … no one has been able to confirm the existence […]

More than anything else, the Corapi affair is a “no confidence vote” on church hierarchy.

by Doug Lawrence As the “smoke” begins to clear on much of the Father John Corapi affair, what has become strikingly apparent is the utter lack of confidence that Father John and his advisers have in the hierarchy and related juridical structures of the Catholic Church. One could say that there’s about 2 billion reasons […]