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Topic - Donna Farrell
A Roman Catholic priest suspended after federal agents seized a computer from his inner-city rectory has long sought riches online, where he sports a tuxedo and calls himself "Jerry from Philly."
Officials at the archdiocese were unaware of Pinero's online activities, she said.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia bans priests from such secular work, spokeswoman Donna Farrell said.