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Court Will Be Good

May 10, 2009

I read over the settlement agreement and the letter that’s included by reference in it. I can’t believe that Tim McMahon and I are reading the same documents, where he insists that they did not break it. They surely did.

O’Connell was restricted from public priestly ministry and had no priestly faculties — and I had to be informed of any intended changes in that before any change occurred. I was not.

He was barred from teaching, but they let him teach at Fordham and Georgetown.

He is assigned to a Jesuit residence not associated with any sponsored work — such as a parish or school — but went off to Berlin, NYC and Washington to parishes and schools.

And the settlement agreement says any change in the agreement must be in writing signed by both parties. Did not happen.

I had gone by memory until I found it in my very cluttered attic. It is even stronger in my favor than I remembered.

I can’t wait to get inside a courtroom and tell this whole story.


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