Transparency needed regarding Father Winslow

Father Patrick Winslow, the newly announced Chancellor of the Charlotte Diocese, founded a side business in 2012. It's called Ars Coeli. It is not clear as to what was/is his level of involvement. I hope that the Diocese will reveal the extent of its dealings with Ars Coeli and the amount of money it's paid to Ars Coeli since it was founded. The artist's portfolio on the Ars Coeli website includes work he did on the Bishop Jugis Chapel at Belmont Abbey, as well as other places including St. Patrick. I'm not accusing Father Winslow of any wrongdoing but believe that the Diocese needs to be very transparent about this business relationship if the Diocese wants to have any credibility. Vi

NC Senate committee broadens and expands child abuse reporting statutes

Today, the state Senate Judiciary Committee broadened and expanded the North Carolina Child Abuse Reporting statutes. This law will require all child sex abuse be reported to law enforcement, and the failure to do so will be a crime. This is something that I've been pushing for the past six years and believe it to be much needed protection. It places North Carolina in the forefront of child abuse reporting statutes across the country. I commend the Committee for doing so. Extension of statute of limitations on child sex abuse is removed Unfortunately, the extension of the statute of limitations for child sex abuse was removed. While disappointing, it didn't surprise me. All hope is not lost.

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