Stream Fox 17 newscasts LIVE starting with Fox 17 This Morning at 5 am and News at 9 pm.NASHVILLE, Tenn. — There are new worries that a Catholic priest may have sexually abused children during his time in Nashville. The allegations against Father Kenneth Gansmann have just been exposed. St. Vincent De Paul is a small Catholic church in North Nashville, and during the 1960’s it was led by Father Kenneth Gansmann. The Franciscan priest not only led the predominantly African-American parish, but he also oversaw St. Vincent’s elementary school. Just last week church leaders in Minnesota revealed that credible claims of sexual abuse were made against Gansmann while he was in that state in the 1950’s.FOX 17 News started asking questions, and we learned that allegations have also been made against Gansmann here in Nashville. About three and a half decades after he died, we got an allegation that he may have abused a student at St. Vincent’s during the late 1960’s, says Rick Musacchio with the Diocese of Nashville. Mike Coode, who is a survivor of church sex abuse, says it is especially disturbing knowing that Gansmann spent so much time around hundreds of children. It would not surprise me in the least, in fact it would surprise me if he didn’t abuse kids here, says Mike Coode.Coode is one of several survivors urging the Nashville diocese to acknowlege what happened and seek out other possible victims. The Diocese of Nashville is now encouraging anyone to come forward, and offering support to anyone who may have been molested or abused. The diocese wants any victims of past abuse to come forward no matter how long ago that might have happened, says Musacchio.Although the abuse may have occurred more than 45 years ago, it’s possible some may have remained silent about the past.Father Kenneth Gansmann died in 1974. In addition to his time in Minnesota and Nashville, he also worked in several dioceses in Illinois.For news updates follow John Dunn on twitter @WZTVJohnDunnFollow us on Twitter @wztv_fox17 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates.
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Pedophilic priests of Provolo Institute in Verona were protected, hidden or transferred to Argentina for many years. ‘Provolo’ is a worldwide known religious institute that used to host deaf-mute children from poor and disadvantaged families. The victims’ complaints were useless and this because the crimes were mostly covered by the statute of limitation until one of these priests, Don Nicola Corradi, was arrested in Argentina for alleged sexual abuse at the Provolo Institute of Mendoza, Buenos Aires, in November 2016. In 2010 numerous priests were investigated for abuses by a Vatican commission, but the depositions were sealed and since then we have not heard anything. Now one of these investigated priests, Don Piccoli, who lives as a guest in a Vatican accomodation in Negrar, near Verona, tells us for the first time what he and dozens of other priests did to the deaf-mute children and how some of these priests were moved to Argentina after being accused of pedophilia. Moreover, by listenning to the story of one of the abuse victims, Giuseppe Consiglio, we’ve come to know of another accused pedophilic priest. He still works at the Provolo in Verona. The nuns of the nearby Institute Gresner take his side, but some details don’t add up. Did the Vatican know about these pedophilic priests? Could Don Nicola Corradi be stopped? Can the other accused priests still be stopped? We had to go deep into the hidden heart of the Church to answer these questions.
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A 48-year-old priest serving a two-year contract with a West Palm Beach church is facing serious accusations. Father Jose Palimattom, who is visiting from India, is accused of exposing a minor to pornography. Full story here:
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On July 23, the Feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the sacrament of ordination and consecration of a priest was offered in the Holy Cross Church of Aparan. His Eminence Archbishop Karekin Bekchian, Patriarchal Locum Tenens of the Patriarchate of Constantinople; ordained Deacon Vanand Baghdasaryan and gave the priestly name of Vahrij.
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The Rev. John Kumse forgave 16-year-old Terrance Kimbrough for the boy’s role in the December 2017 robbery in which Kumse was shot at outside St. Mary’s of the Assumption in Cleveland. Kimbrough was charged as an adult and was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in prison.
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On April 8, 2017, Father Joseph Klee, a Parish Priest at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, was injured and almost run over by Michelle Davis, a local abortion clinic volunteer, as she steals Father Klee’s lawfully displayed anti-abortion signs from the public sidewalk. The incident took place in front of Founder’s Women’s Center in Columbus, OH.
Video footage clearly depicts Ms. Davis stealing Father Klee’s pro-life signs and attempting to speed off with them. Ms. Davis injures Father Klee by almost running him over as he attempts to retrieve his property. Blood is clearly seen dripping from Father Klee’s hand.
Details of the alleged sex crimes are unclear; the charges could apply to everything from possession of sexually exploitative material to making them. The diocese is now worried there may potentially be victims in the Treasure Valley.