Monsignor Francis B. McCaa, a Roman Catholic priest assigned to parishes in western Pennsylvania between 1948 and 1985, has been described as “a monster.”
According to a grand jury report recently released by the office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, McCaa is estimated to have sexually abused hundreds of boys during his decades in the priesthood. And yet McCaa, who died in 2007, successfully avoided prosecution for his alleged string of abominable actions.
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