Who is Jeffrey Burrill and Why Did He Resign as a Priest?

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Viral news does not choose a target, anyone can become the object of the viral word, the same thing as this Jeffrey Burrill who is being dragged into an immoral case that makes him have to resign as a priest in a Catholic church.

Being a priest or religious leader is not easy and requires an example who can reflect himself as a holy person and can be imitated by his own people. With this incident, it seems that the image of a religious leader is not that sacred and results in a bad judgment in the eyes of the public.

If you are curious about the figure of Jeffrey Burrill and the reason why he resigned as a priest, see the full review below.

Who is Jeffrey Burrill and Why Did He Resign as a Priest?

Who is Jeffrey Burrill and Why Did He Resign as a Priest?

Who is Jeffrey Burrill?

Monsignor Burrill was the top administrator for the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), the highest-ranking priest in the US who is not a bishop.

Burrill was elected in November 2020 as the USCCB general secretary, a position in which he coordinated various administrative matters.

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He had served since 2016 as associate general secretary, and before that was a pastor at several parishes in Wisconsin. He also previously worked for four years at the Pontifical North American College in Rome.

Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez, president of the USCCB, said Burrill would be replaced on an interim basis by Rev Michael Fuller, the current associate general secretary.

Why Did He Resign as a Priest?

Burril resigned from the position following claims he regularly used the queer dating app Grindr and went to gay bars. A spokeswoman for USCCB told the Washington Post that Burrill chose to resign after allegations of “improper behavior” were brought to the Conference by Catholic media.

The allegations were put forward by the Catholic news site The Pillar, which alleges to have accessed the priest’s cellphone data. The outlet claims to have found evidence of his activity in both virtual and physical gay forums.

According to commercially available records of app signal data obtained by The Pillar, a mobile device correlated to Burrill emitted app data signals from the location-based hookup app Grindr on a near-daily basis during parts of 2018, 2019, and 2020 — at both his USCCB office and his USCCB-owned residence, as well as during USCCB meetings and events in other cities,” the Pillar reported.

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Data app signals suggest he was at the same time engaged in serial and illicit sexual activity.” The Wisconsin-based priest’s alleged “activity” included attending a “gay bathhouse” in Las Vegas.

Homosexuality, along with all sexual activity outside of heterosexual marriage, is considered a sin in Catholic doctrine as priests are expected to remain celibate.

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