New Scandal in the Catholic Church: Nuns Accused of Stealing from School to Gamble in Vegas

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 Article by Leo Lyon Zagami

 

Two longtime nuns at St. James Catholic School in Torrance, California allegedly embezzled as much as $500,000 in tuition, fees, and donations, spending  most of the money on trips and gambling at casinos while telling parents the school was operating on a shoestring budget, officials and parents told the Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Bank records show Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper and Sister Lana Lang were embezzling from the school for at least 10 years, the Press-Telegram reports. Kreuper, who retired as the school’s principal earlier this year, handled all tuition checks and fees. She allegedly withheld some checks and deposited them into a secret account only she and Lang were aware of.

The depraved nuns are members of a Catholic religious community of women supposedly living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience in the enclosure of a monastery.  While investigators found the two gave some of the stolen money back to the school, the rest was used for their “personal gain” and fun times in Las Vegas. They kept up this farse, telling parents that the school was operating on a tight budget, all the while using the embezzled funds for lavish vacations and trips to casinos.

The report claims the archdiocese and the church are not pursuing criminal charges after the nuns said they’re sorry. This is the Catholic Church of today  in the hands of a Jesuit Pope and a bunch of perverts and degenerates.

 

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