Colorado Catholic group spent millions to identify priests using gay dating apps

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03/11/2023

A conservative Catholic group based in Colorado spent millions to obtain data that identified priests using gay hookup and dating apps, later sharing the data with bishops nationwide. The project was carried out by conservative non-profit Catholic Laity and Clergy for Renewal, the Washington Post first reported. According to tax records obtained by the Post, the project’s mission is to “empower the church to carry out its mission” and provide bishops with “evidence-based resources” to help further identify weaknesses in current training. The group has reportedly spent at least $4m on the project and shared the information with dozens of bishops across the country.

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