NJ Priest Pleads Not Guilty To Pointing Musket At ChildA New Jersey priest accused of pointing an antique rifle at an 8-year-old boy is expected to enter a not guilty plea at his arraignment Tuesday.
Attorney: N.J. Priest Accused Of Pointing Gun At Boy Was MisunderstoodA New Jersey priest was planning to plead not guilty Tuesday, after allegedly pointing a musket at a young boy inside the rectory of a church in Little Ferry.
Priest Accused Of Pointing Gun At Child Inside Little Ferry ChurchKevin Carter is charged with endangering the welfare of a child and aggravated assault by pointing a firearm.
CBS 2 Exclusive: L.I. Girl, 6, Says She Was Molested By Suspended Sex Offender PriestA little girl was allegedly sexually abused by a suspended Catholic priest who was a close family friend, and who had been charged with similar a crime in the past.
Priest Defrocked After Violating Order To Stay Away From KidsThe Rev. Michael Fugee was set to be stripped of the priesthood, after revelations that he continued to work with children following a confession that he groped a boy.
New Jersey Priest With History Of Child Molestation ResignsThe Rev. Michael Fugee submitted his request and it was promptly accepted by Newark Archbishop John Myers on Thursday evening.
Calls Mount To Have Newark Archbishop Fired Over Once-Accused Pedophile PriestA New Jersey state assemblywoman is among those calling to have Newark Archbishop John Myers held accountable, after a once-accused pedophile priest suddenly popped up at Colts Neck Church youth retreats.
Parents: Why Was Once-Accused Pedophile Priest On Youth Retreats In N.J.?Parents and teens at a Monmouth County Roman Catholic church were shocked Monday, after learning that a priest who attended overnight teen retreats was once accused of sexual abuse.
Did Once-Accused Pedophile Priest Violate Order Banning Contact With Kids?Investigators have been questioning whether New Jersey priest once accused of child sexual abuse may have violated an order never again to work with children.
Connecticut's 'Monsignor Meth' To Plead GuiltyA Roman Catholic priest from Connecticut is expected to plead guilty to one of the charges accusing him of making more than $300,000 selling methamphetamine.
Cardinal Dolan Focusing On Recruitment Of New York Priests"Twenty-five years ago, the archdiocese had one priest for every 900 Catholics. Today it's a very different story, 2,000 Catholics for every one priest," Timothy Cardinal Dolan said.