Tuesday, September 23, 2008


At its website
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee is committed to accountability to members of the Catholic community on a wide variety of issues.

But some are more accountable than others.
Because we take our responsibility for sound stewardship so seriously, we have partnered with EthicsPoint to provide a confidential tool for the reporting of possible financial misconduct within the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

The program includes a toll-free telephone number and a link on the ArchMil home page.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

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7:45 PM  
Blogger Terrence Berres said...

Anonymous wrote "I have to think this is a joke", questioning the honesty of four named individuals and "a host of others still around" so that "it is hard to believe that there is any honesty in the Milwaukee archdiocese."

I had noted only that EthicsPoint is limited to financial improprieties. Mere concerns about, say, doctrine or liturgy must go through channels.

I can see why Anonymous might be thinking of how some claims of clerical sexual abuse were handled as reason to doubt the honesty of the bishops involved.

Anonymous made claims of dishonesty against other people. To leave that I'd need some verifiable specifics. So, Anonymous, if you can, post a link or citation to some published basis for what you say, or email me if there's something I might be able to look into.

10:15 AM  

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