SNAP (the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) trashes Corapi (again)

David Clohessy, who directs the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, known as SNAP, issued a statement which read: “We have spoken with one of Corapi’s victims and find her very credible, and our hearts ache for her and her family because of the pain Corapi and a few of his misguided loyalists have inflicted on her. We have mixed feelings. We are grateful Corapi has quit, because he’ll have less protection and access to vulnerable Catholics outside of the priesthood. But we’re sad because it now seems less likely that those he exploited will ever see justice.”

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Clohessy of SNAP wants to dish more “dirt” on Father Corapi

David Clohessy, who directs the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, known as SNAP, called on Bishop Howard Hubbard to “seek out anyone who may have suspicions or knowledge of misdeeds by Corapi in the New York area.”

“We don’t know the age or gender of Corapi’s accuser, nor do we know anything about the allegations against him,” Clohessy said. “But we do know that America’s Catholic hierarchy has repeatedly pledged to be ‘open and transparent’ in clergy sexual abuse cases. That’s not really happening here.”

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Editor’s note: Clohessy knows better than that. There have been no allegations relating to children, and no proof offered, of any wrong doing, whatsoever.