Priest defies Singapore Catholic church leaders over filing police report on stained glass project

Yahoo! News Singapore, 14 Aug 2013
A Catholic priest who filed a police report over a stained glass project involving government money defended his actions Tuesday as he faced removal from his Singapore parish by local church authorities.
Reverend Father Michael Teo, rector of St. Joseph's Church on Victoria Street, on Tuesday evening refuted statements made by Singapore archbishop William Goh earlier that day that the former had to be removed to avoid civil suits from being filed against the church.
The 76-year old priest told his parishioners at masses over the weekend that he had been obliged to file a police report about possible wrongdoing in relation to a project to restore stained glass panels at St. Joseph’s after work on it had remained unfinished and his pleas for answers from local church leaders "fell on deaf ears". Full story
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