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Catholic Priest Arrested For Stealing 100 Grand to Pay For Grindr Hookups

by | Aug 22, 2019

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Everybody knows that the Roman Catholic priesthood is largely a smokescreen for homosexual and pedophile priests to lurk and seek after their next victim. With multiple thousands of priests accused of sexual abuse, one can only wonder how many homosexual priests have not. Statistically speaking, it is likely that the vast majority of Catholic priests are homosexual.

However, it is uncommon for these priests to actually steal money from their congregations in order to pay for their gay hook-ups. One priest, Monsignor Joseph McLoone, in Downingtown, PA, did just that. In fact, it is reported that he was arrested and accused of stealing nearly 100 thousand dollars to pay for his gay extravaganzas.

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Philly Mag reports,

The Chester County District Attorney’s office has announced the arrest of Monsignor Joseph McLoone, formerly of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Downingtown. McLoone stands accused of stealing more than $98,400 from the church and using the money for a beach house and boyfriends.

Obsessed much?

Investigators say that when he was confronted by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia about the money, he also admitted to paying for “personal relationships” with other men with the church funds. According to the police complaint filed in court, McLoone sent thousands of dollars to men he met on the social networking app Grindr using online payment methods such as Square and J-Pay.

It is reported that his parishioners trusted him and looked up to him as a great leader. Rule of thumb: never trust a Catholic priest.

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