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A Pennysylvania Roman Catholic cleric denounced for taking $100,000 from his ward



A Pennsylvania Roman Catholic cleric is blamed for taking almost $100,000 from his ward while he spent it on a shoreline house and furthermore mens that he met on a dating application. 

The Chester Area Lead prosecutor's Office says 56-year-old Monsignor Joseph McLoone was captured Wednesday for burglary from St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Downingtown. 

Investigators claim the cleric redirected assets into mystery records and misused expenses charged to parishioners. 

They state McLoone utilized the cash for a shoreline house in Sea City, New Jersey, just as spending it on men he was dating. 

Examiners affirm McLoone gave himself a raise by multiplying the sum he gathered as a stipend for each Mass, wedding and burial service. 

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia says McLoone is on leave and they're collaborating with specialists. 

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