|Josh Guimon who disappeared 11 years ago from campus.|
While there are diocesan libertines demanding Archbishop Niensted's resignation, not one of them are calling for accountability where it counts. There are still questions about the disappearances of Josh Guimond and Jacob Wetterling, which mostly likely, are known only to the Modernist Monastery.
Let's not pretend that this kind of moral depravity doesn't walk arm in arm with the heresy of Modernism which allows these bawds to continue their monastic charade.
"I think St. John's is hopeful the media won't pay attention to this," he said.
It would be easy for the St. John's list to get lost with the others that have come out, but victim's advocates have always been interested in the names because of two very high-profile missing person's cases. St. John's college student Josh Guimond vanished from campus 11 years ago while leaving a campus party, and he hasn't been seen since. Then, there's Jacob Wetterling, who was abducted 24 years ago from nearby St. Joseph, where the local Catholic priest was Father Tom Gillespe, a Benedictine monk who, by then, had already molested a 10-year-old boy.
"He was one of the first people to visit the Wetterling's home to console the family," Marker said. "I'm not saying he did it, but I believe a full examination of facts will lead us to Josh and Jacob."
Marker believes the numbers of abusers that St. John's Abbey knows about may total at least 50 altogether. Three of the monks on the list were also on the list released by the archdiocese, meaning they also worked at parishes in the Twin Cities; however, it is important to note that Benedictine monasteries are operated separately from the archdiocese.
Read more: Critics claim St. John's Abbey still holds secrets despite list - KMSP-TV http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/24177617/critics-claim-st-johns-abbey-still-holds-secrets-despite-list-of-suspected-abusers#ixzz2nELa0eCz
It's a good thing these men didn't do anything like offer a Latin Mass, teach traditional Catholic doctrine on morality to the students of their "schools" or anything like that, then they'd really be in trouble. Seems like the only thing the people of Minnesota won't stand, is honest to goodness Catholicism.