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The following is a list of Saint John’s monks with credible allegations of misconduct who served in the Bahamas.
Booted from the Prep School after caught viewing pornography on his St. John’s Prep School computer, Br. Isidore Glyer is now working in the St. John’s Abbey Guesthouse.
We have learned that Br. Isidore Glyer was removed from his position at the Prep School after allegations of inappropriate activity surfaced.
They also specify that priests who acquire, possess or distribute child pornography will be considered to have committed a serious offence subject to the same disciplinary action as abusers. VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – The Vatican on Thursday made sweeping revisions … Continue reading