Church volunteers steal money in Canada, too

Even in Saskatchewan.

A woman who volunteered at a church is [sic] Gravelbourg, Sask., is accused of stealing more than $91,000.

RCMP say a woman who did financial and administrative work for the Assumption Catholic Church has been arrested over the writing of unauthorized cheques.

Paulette Dumont, 64, is charged with fraud and theft over $5,000.

What more can be said? Gravelbourg has around a thousand residents so a story like this is probably a big blow for the town and area.

I wonder why she did it.

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2 Responses to Church volunteers steal money in Canada, too

  1. Michele says:

    That’s not very Christian of her, is it?

    I’ve meet some of the sneakiest most vindictive hypocritical people in my various church experiences. They tended to be the ones preaching the loudest to others (like the youth group leaders).

  2. 1minionsopinion says:

    I wonder how she justified it. Easier to ask for forgiveness than ask for permission?

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