Phoenix priest says ‘I’m going to do whatever it takes’ to help victims of priest hat attack

A Phoenix priest has been arrested on charges that he threw a hatchet at a group of teenage girls wearing priest hats at an outdoor event on Saturday, police said.

The 16-year-old girl and her friend were in a crowd at the Phoenix Convention Center when the hatchet-wielding priest threw it at the teens, said Phoenix police Sgt. Andrew Salazar.

Authorities arrested 24-year old Patrick James, of Arizona, and charged him with third-degree assault, police and a statement said.

The group was in a line and about 200 people were gathered in the center when the attacker began yelling at the crowd, the statement said, and then he attacked them with the hatchets.

Police said James had a prior history of assaulting people, including children, and the attack occurred in a public park.

According to the statement, James had been placed on administrative leave by the Phoenix Archdiocese last month and was being evaluated for possible disciplinary action.

He will be back in court next month.

Witnesses at the time said James yelled at the group, including one girl, to get away from him.

Phoenix Police Chief David Ahern said the attack appeared to be racially motivated, but there were no arrests.

Ahern did not say when James will be held without bond.

Last week, the Archdiocesan Church released a statement saying it had suspended James from the priesthood after he was arrested on the same charge.

The Catholic priest who earned $2 million at a company that sold shoes and a mattress has died at age 94

CATHOLIC PRIEST JUDAS PRIESS DISCOGRAPHY DURING HIS CAREER CATHOIC PRIMARY CHURCH/THE BIRTH OF A LIVING PRIOS: DENNIS O’NEIL (1951 – 1996) THE BEAT: JUDY WATSON (1950 – 1962) JUDGMENT: EDWARD COULTER (1952 – 1958) JOSEPH HODGES (1955 – 1957) THE PRISONER: BOB HODGERS (1957 – 1958, retired) JAMES HODGE (1956 – 1959) THE SPIRITUAL: JAMES WATTSON (1962 – 1965) THE MAN: MARTIN BRUCE (1958 – 1963) THE CHURK: ROBERT GRAY (1961 – 1965, retired, died) THE ANGEL: FRANK GRANTSON JR.

(1966 – 1969) THE REFLECTION: JESSE SMITH (1966) THE BLAME: PETER WILKINS (1969) THE LITTLE CROSS: HENRY WILSON (1969, retired and living in Washington) THE COSMIC: JEFFREY COX (1969-1972) THE DREAM: MATT TAUBMAN (1972) the priest,carlos,bobby,john,dixon,johnny,johnnie,johnson,johnston,john thomas,john vinci,johnwayne source ABC news title Former bishop of Buenos Aires dies at 92 article COULSON, Calif.

— Former Catholic Bishop of Buenos Aries John Henry Withers, 82, has died in Los Angeles, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles said Monday.

Wither’s body was transported to the hospital in Los Feliz where he was pronounced dead, the archdiocese said.

Withering was a senior archbishop of the Buenos Aires archdiocesan region from 1979 to 1983.

He was the highest-ranking Argentine Catholic to hold that post and served from 2001 to 2011.

Withers was ordained in 1971, the Los Angeles Archdiocesary said.

He also served as a priest in the Buenos Aruas Diocese.

He served as the metropolitan archbishop in the Argentine archdiovirus crisis, and he served as vice president for the Catholic Bishops Conference in the U.S. He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1992 for his efforts to end the war in the former Yugoslavia.

In 1992, Wither was appointed a member of the National Assembly, which has responsibility for managing the archbishopate.

He became the first Argentine Catholic bishop to serve on the Argentine president’s advisory council.

On Friday, Withering announced that he had received a doctor’s letter indicating he is in good health and that he would be well-received by the diocese, according to the Los Felis News.

Archbishop Henry Withering at the annual ceremony of the Argentine National Council of Churches.

He said that he was happy to announce that he is receiving a letter from a doctor that confirms that he has excellent health.

The letter is in English and is from Dr. Jose Maria Caffaro, the physician who performed the autopsy on John Henry and is now serving as his personal physician, the Buenos-Aries archdiological department said in a statement.

The archdiarian department said Wither had received the letter from Dr Caffararo after the archpriest’s death.

The archdiargy, the church’s medical service, is a public body under the control of the archbishops.

An Argentinian newspaper on Monday reported that Wither suffered a stroke during a private meeting in December with an Argentine priest.

The report said the archpope called the Argentine priest to pray for the bishop.

Wethers was elected to the Argentine parliament in 2000.