Cardinal O'Malley calls for investigation of activities at Boston Seminary

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The Archbishop of Boston said in an Aug. 10 statement that he has asked the rector of its main archdiocesan St. John Seminary to go on sabbatical leave immediately and is asking for an investigation of allegations made on social media about activities there "directly contrary to the moral standards and requirements of formation for the Catholic priesthood." READ  the full story from Catholic News Service HERE.

Alleged misconduct prompt inquiry: Read the report in the Boston Globe 

Call for investigation: Read the report in Crux HERE 

Rector on leave: Read the report in the Boston Herald HERE

RELATED: What the AUSCP has stated, regarding the U.S. Program for Priestly Formation: Five overriding concerns include Faithfulness to Vatican II; Call to Service; A Pastoral Model of Priestly Formation; Psychosexual Development and Celibacy; Discernment Processes and Faculty Formation. CLICK HERE for the LINK to details, full statement.