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"The Conspiracy" chronicles the monumental struggles of an innocent priest, Monsignor William McCarthy, falsely accused in 2003 of molesting two young sisters more than 23 years earlier. On the eve of his retirement from a stellar career as a priest and pastor, for the next five tortuous years, he was the victim of an anonymous complaint that was accepted as true by his bi"The Conspiracy" chronicles the monumental struggles of an innocent priest, Monsignor William McCarthy, falsely accused in 2003 of molesting two young sisters more than 23 years earlier. On the eve of his retirement from a stellar career as a priest and pastor, for the next five tortuous years, he was the victim of an anonymous complaint that was accepted as true by his bishop and friend of 40 years. Share his travails and see how one's faith can overcome the worst injustices that man can heap on a holy and totally innocent person." -- Jack Kraft, Esq. "Monsignor William McCarthy paints a picture embracing a situation that is almost impossible to comprehend. Had I not stood by him throughout the years of pure hell he experienced, I would not have believed the outright calumny by a detective, and how the subsequent action of his bishop and diocesan staff could have occurred. Child abuse is a terrible thing, but equally horrible is when innocent priests are unjustly condemned and destroyed by the hierarchy of their church." -- Arthur N. Hoagland, M.D. "This book is a must read for any Catholic who loves their Church but is concerned about its often self-destructive response to the tragedy of clerical pedophilia. It is story about tragedy and triumph. The tragedy of the Church that Monsignor McCarthy loves deeply, and into which he has selflessly devoted his entire life, but is sometimes governed by people who have lost all sense of justice. It is a Church that betrayed him. In its attempt to protect the victims of child abuse, it established a new category of victims: its faithful priests. The triumph of Monsignor McCarthy is his faith and love of Jesus, which saw him through his terrible ordeal in spite of the evil that was perpetrated against him." -- Deacon Joseph Keenan...

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ISBN : 9781450239646
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Number of Pages : 374 Pages
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  • Monsignor William McCarthy
    2019-01-17 13:17

    “ "The Conspiracy” chronicles the monumental struggles of an innocent priest, Monsignor William McCarthy, falsely accused in 2003 of molesting two young sisters more than 23 years earlier. On the eve of his retirement from a stellar career as a priest and pastor, for the next five tortuous years, he was the victim of an anonymous complaint that was accepted as true by his bishop and friend of 40 years. Read his book. Share his travails and see how one’s faith can overcome the worst injustices that man can heap on a holy and totally innocent person.–Jack Kraft, Esq.“Monsignor William McCarthy paints a picture embracing a situation that is almost unbelievable. Had I not stood by him throughout the years of torture and pure hell he experienced, I would have been hard put to realize what outright calumny by an officer of the law, and how the action of his bishop and diocesan staff could have occurred. This story of deceit and injustice unfortunately happens too often and good holy clergy are sometimes destroyed. Child abuse is a terrible thing, but equally horrible is the way innocent priests are unjustly condemned and destroyed by the hierarchy of their diocesan church. Hopefully, Msgr. McCarthy’s story will be an inspiration and a guide to those unjustly so accused.”– Arthur N. Hoagland, M.D.“This book is a must read for any Catholic who loves their Church but is concerned about its often self-destructive response to the tragedy of clerical pedophilia. It is a story about tragedy and triumph. The tragedy is about the Church that father McCarthy loves deeply, and into which he has selflessly devoted his entire life, but which is often governed by people who have lost all sense of justice. It is a Church that has betrayed him. In its attempt to protect the victims of child abuse, it has established a new category of victims: its faithful priests. The triumph of Father McCarthy is his faith and love of Jesus, which saw him through this terrible ordeal, and which sustains him to this day in spite of the evil that has been perpetrated against him.”– Deacon Joseph Keenan“Monsignor McCarthy was falsely accused of child molestation. This is a well written account of injustice based on guilt by accusation. His long suffering is a warning to everyone who rushes to judgment before the facts are discovered.”– Reverend John T. Catoir, JCD“The Conspiracy” is a story that needs to be told. I believe many will find it both enlightening and helpful. Msgr. McCarthy’s very descriptive words and images will cause the reader to feel his days of pain and anguish.”– Monsignor Joseph Ciampaglio“This book chronicles a true story that is poignant, painful, and powerful! As he suffered, Msgr. William McCarthy came to truly understand the sufferings of Jesus Christ and His glory. This groundbreaking book is a must-read for all Catholics and non-Catholics.”– Dr. Joan Jensen“It is not so much the terrible things that happen to a person, but how a person handles the terrible things that happen to them. In Msgr. McCarthy’s book, you’ll discover how one individual heroically dealt with a terrible thing that happened to him; which is truly the measure of the man — his totality.”– Frank R. Ferrise, Psy. D.“This book should be read by those who have been falsely accused. It will give strength to anyone who wants to come out of their pain, and achieve victory and strength and faith and conviction. Justice can prevail.”– Rocco Fuschetto, P.D.