|"Right Wing" Archbishop of Philadelphia Charles Chaput|
"Our difficult financial situation
must be addressed and the actions that we need to take may be painful ones," Archbishop Charles J.
Chaput said in a news release.
“Our”? “We”? Spokesman for the Right Wing
of the American RC church has some financials to deal with after spouting out
too much anger against Pope Francis in Rio de Janeiro that gets accurately reported
in the American Catholic press. He did the same thing in Spain back in 2011.
(Off on my prediction by six months I think about Chaput becoming the
great embarrassment of the American RC church, per above link.)
Charles gets a little heady being in Catholic Fascist countries like
Spain or projecting oneself into Brazil where nine year old girls can get raped by their fathers and
then be refused an abortion and at the same time also blamed for forcing dad to
Leasing Cemeteries and getting rid of the Nursing Homes originally
built to house the aging parents of nuns and clergy, no need to worry about
that now for all those imported priests from Africa and Asia.
Chaput has signed off on expert advice of the accounting firm KGMP to cook the
books and sell and lease off assets to pay for all the lawyers bills in the
ongoing Child Abuse secret Sub-Business (sub-culture) of the Philly Archdiocese (wink,nod).
How do you lease a cemetery? And who gets use of the Cemetery
Perpetual Care Fund? That’s a question for experts on cemeteries like Cardinal
Dolan in New York I would think.
you fire the 180 people working in the Catholic cemeteries there now and then
maybe the leasing company will offer to hire some of them back for half the
wages and no healthcare benefits or pension plan?
No wonder Chaput hates Pope Francis and his
public statements so far about humanity and in contrast to the past thirty
years of right wing bishops being installed by the bankers at the Vatican. Whatever.
In an aggressive move to help remedy its deep financial woes, the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia said Tuesday that it had put its six nursing homes
up for sale.
The archdiocese also said it would attempt to lease out 11 cemeteries
and two parcels that could be used as cemeteries.
In addition, the archdiocese said it would try to outsource the
management of the cemeteries, a move that could cut costs and increase revenue.
"Our difficult financial situation must be addressed and the
actions that we need to take may be painful ones," Archbishop Charles J.
Chaput said in a news release.
"I understand this fact fully, but it is of critical importance
that we rebuild our financial foundation so that we can continue our collective
The archdiocese last month reported a $39.2 million loss for the
fiscal year ended June 30, 2012. Excluding millions in unusual expenses, the
archdiocese's cash outlays in fiscal 2012 still exceeded revenue by $17.4
In addition to annual operating shortfalls, the archdiocese has huge
long-term gaps in its balance sheet, totaling about $350 million, for pensions,
self-insurance reserves, and money owed to a trust-and-loan fund for parishes.
Why not lease out the cathedral to Burlington Coat Factory while you are at it?
Doing a great job “Hatchet Charlie”. The Red Hat is in the pipeline but only I
think after Pope Francis catches John Paul the First Disease? (wink, nod) lol