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8 interview with the Chicago ABC-TV News affiliate, Father Clements called the accusation "totally unfounded." "Here I am, 87 years old, and I don't know what this is all about or anything," he said.
The focus remains the same: ensuring permanency for African American children.
He also went on to establish the programs "One Church, One Addict" and "One Church, One Inmate."Father Clements is also known for his involvement in the civil rights movement, having marched with the Rev.
Sabina Parish, while also ministering in the Archdiocese of Washington from October 1993 to March 2006.
He was been pastor emeritus at Holy Angels Parish since March 31, 2006."Since his retirement, Father Clements has assisted at various parishes in the archdiocese," the archdiocesan news release said. That adoption was the catalyst for the foundation of the "One Church, One Child" program to address the number of African American children available for adoption lingering in the foster care system.