So, did Bishop Brown call Monsignor Urell back from Canada too soon?
The pedophilic piñata that is Mater Dei High School just keeps on producing lawsuits alleging sex abuse. Recently revealed is yet another one filed May 31 (but recently unsealed) in Orange County Superior Court by a former Mater Dei student against former assistant boys' basketball coach Jeff Andrade. The lawsuit alleges Andrade began molesting the student in 1990 when she was 17 and involved penetration, forced oral copulation, and other wholesome student-teacher activities long condoned by Mater Dei staff. I hear the apologists already: She was 17--that's basically a woman! Not according to California state law, you disgusting losers. More details to come of the suit as they emerge--oh, joy! 
Meanwhile, in another part of Santa Ana . . .
At the end of the article, noted plaintiff's attorney, John Manly, who has filed many of the cases against the Diocese of Orange, said, "Putting an announcement in a parish bulletin is violating the diocese's promise to be transparent, open and honest." I have to agree with him on that one. But then, I never put faith in Bishop Brown's promises anyway.
A Roman Catholic priest facing criminal charges for taking an unaccompanied youth to a motel room was removed from his Santa Ana parish and placed in an area monastery pending his sentencing today in the case.
The Rev. Luis Eduardo Ramirez, a member of the Augustinian Recollects order who has worked at Our Lady of the Pillar parish since 2003, was arrested by Anaheim police Jan. 8 on suspicion of child annoyance or molestation and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The case has not been publicized, other than an announcement in the church bulletin.
 As a note, I do not agree with the style in which Gustavo Arellano goes after his targets. Having said that, however, I find he is as accurate as The National Enquirer, which is actually saying a lot these days and should be read as a compliment.