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I never cared for that man! When I was looking for a job, and I applied there and when I had my interview, he asked if I was catholic and I said no, and he said we aren’t hiring you since you are not catholic! He was rather arrogant to me and I was glad that I didn’t get hired than

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30 minutes ago, busrolls36 said:

I never cared for that man! When I was looking for a job, and I applied there and when I had my interview, he asked if I was catholic and I said no, and he said we aren’t hiring you since you are not catholic! He was rather arrogant to me and I was glad that I didn’t get hired than

Dang! that would qualify you for a million dollar settlement check.  Just like they had to payout for there other trouble.

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7 hours ago, busrolls36 said:

I never cared for that man! When I was looking for a job, and I applied there and when I had my interview, he asked if I was catholic and I said no, and he said we aren’t hiring you since you are not catholic! He was rather arrogant to me and I was glad that I didn’t get hired than

I don't believe you.  There are  non-Catholic employees at Christ the King Manor.

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20 hours ago, BigT said:

Busrolls36-Unbelievable that someone would ask what your religious affiliation was during a job interview. I believe your daughter is a student at a Catholic college. Thank you for not judging other Catholic’s by the action of this former CEO.

Yes she did go to a Catholic university and is doing her masters there and still loves it! I don’t care what religion you are or what nationality, as long as you respect others…..This was when I was just out of high school when he asked me 

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2 hours ago, Gold Brick said:

Maybe he was just the scapegoat for the things going on up there. When things like this happen there always has to someone to pin it on so the rest get out of it free and clear.

Have to disagree on that one. Not when you are subsidizing a Fair with the money.

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On 5/15/2022 at 12:21 AM, Titan said:

I don't believe you.  There are  non-Catholic employees at Christ the King Manor.

Things have changed over the years,  and yes some for the better

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17 hours ago, jaman said:

Have to disagree on that one. Not when you are subsidizing a Fair with the money.

I'm pretty sure there was someone above him that started this practice.  I believe there is even a "fair scholarship" available under that name.  *Not condoning what was done.  It was wrong and people knew it was wrong regardless of whose idea it was or why it was done.  

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Since that guy was escorted out, I hear that CTKM has improved.  My mother lives in the cottages and loves it there.  They treat her well and she (we) has no complaints.  Staff is fantastic!

This cannot be good for his daughters ice cream truck business next to the medicine shoppe.  Didn't she work for CTKM at one time in a management role??

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2 hours ago, Gold Brick said:

This has been going on for years! It was started by someone in a higher position, he is no longer with us and maybe this man was following past practice to carry on tradition of a former priest.

Possibly he was carrying on the tradition, but wrong is wrong he should have known better.   I worked there and during the winter we would have to roll bath blankets and place at the bottom of the windows because the windows would freeze solid and cold air would blow through on the residents.  At that time it was said no money to replace them, shame on him is all I'll say.  I have heard it is much better there now that there is new management, I can only hope so for the residents sake.

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2 hours ago, Polo said:

Yes, maybe, but wasn't there a vehicle involved as well?

I'm pretty sure there was a vehicle involved for a good many years.  

I'm not just advocating for blame on him, but on the Board and the Auditing staff that should have caught all of it years ago--or did, but didn't say anything because they were perhaps also involved.

 

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2 hours ago, disgruntled said:

I'm pretty sure there was a vehicle involved for a good many years.  

I'm not just advocating for blame on him, but on the Board and the Auditing staff that should have caught all of it years ago--or did, but didn't say anything because they were perhaps also involved.

 

Or they were too cowardly to be the "one" to say something.  Cowardice and lack of true leadership is the norm in our country.  We've not had to actually "fight desperately" for our survival for a long time.  It's easier to turn your back and just walk away.  That's how crooks get away with things right out in the open.

Check my ByLine below, and I do stand by it.

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6 hours ago, Petee said:

Or they were too cowardly to be the "one" to say something.  Cowardice and lack of true leadership is the norm in our country.  We've not had to actually "fight desperately" for our survival for a long time.  It's easier to turn your back and just walk away.  That's how crooks get away with things right out in the open.

Check my ByLine below, and I do stand by it.

The Board of Directors and the Diocese absolutely were informed and aware and chose to let things continue.

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As the Catholic Church has seen, they should never protect a wrong doer.  God said to render unto Caesar what is Caesars and render unto God what is His.  

The laws of the land where you live are to be adhered to and if you owe the "land", then you need to deal with that first.  In other words, you must pay for what you do wrong, not be hidden by someone else because a religion doesn't want to be embarrassed.  God wants you with a clear heart, not a sneaky one.

Even when God forgives us, we are to STOP doing what was wrong and make amends to anyone you wronged.  I don't think that means to go back to your childhood and make every teeny wrong right, such as taking a dime from the phone booth (old joke) but any serious wrongs are to at least be addressed and corrected if possible.

The church knows this already, and when they start taking their own advice, then the respect will return to them also.

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