The FBI is investigating possible charges of child exploitation involving the co-director of music at St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre, the diocese said Friday, and he has been removed from his position. Michael Wustrow, 55, who also has been director of the cathedral’s adult choir, “is under federal investigation regarding possible charges of child exploitation,” the diocese said in a statement Friday afternoon. Wustrow came to St. Agnes in 1993, according to the parish website.
The Rev. Dyanne Pina, seen here on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, was ousted as executive director of the Long Island Council of Churches. She says expenses at a Freeport food pantry have not increased as the council has said. (Credit: Howard Schnapp) The Long Island Council of Churches is set to meet Thursday morning to discuss the controversial removal of its executive director, the Rev.
A revolt is brewing among some Long Island Council of Churches board members and other local religious leaders over the Rev. Dyanne Pina’s ouster Friday as leader of the organization. Two board members said Tuesday they planned to seek Pina’s reinstatement at a council meeting Thursday, being held in part to discuss the internal crisis at the main umbrella group for 800 Christian churches across the Island. “I think it’s unfair how it was handled,” the Rev. Marjorie Nunes said in an interview.
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