Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

To the editor: I applaud Managing Editor Tim Hennagir for the exhaustive and very necessary piece in last week’s Monticello Times (“Former St. Henry’s pastor, music director Harry Walsh answers questions about allegations, tries to clear reputation”). I’ve known Harry Walsh for almost three decades since he first arrived in Monticello as parish priest at […]

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To the editor: I read the June 26 Monticello Times story, “Harry Walsh answers questions about allegations” with disgust. I’m disgusted by the handling of the situation by Wright County officials. Indifference and laziness are depriving Wright County of a valuable asset. In the courts, the accuser has the burden to prove the involvement of […]

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To the editor: Thank you to the Monticello Times staff for its extra effort to assemble the extensive coverage of the events that have dramatically impacted Harry Walsh. I have never met him nor am I part of his Catholic faith.  But we are of a similar age and I can only imagine the impact […]

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Harry Walsh, former pastor and music director of St. Henry’s Catholic Church in Monticello, has spent the past six months trying to find out why his name appeared Feb. 17 on a list of nine priests against whom claims of sexual abuse of a minor had been found to be substantiated by Kinsale Management Consulting, a firm hired by the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis to review clergy files.

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