Dating a former priest
Cutié left the Roman Catholic Church in May 2009, after publication of photographs showing him with a woman at the beach and his subsequent admission that he was in love. As "Father Albert", he was the first priest to host a secular talk show both on radio and television.He is also a regular columnist whose writings appear in many Spanish language newspapers throughout the United States and Latin America.His second book, Dilemma: A Priest's Struggle with Faith and Love (Dilema: La Lucha de un Sacerdote Entre Su Fe y el Amor de la carne), was released on January 4, 2011.He has been labelled as "Father Oprah" by various publications.A FORMER Catholic priest is facing more charges of child sexual abuse, relating to incidents dating back to the 1970s.
There are many priests in communion with the Vatican who are married, but they are not members of the Latin Rite.
He didn't want to do an on camera or phone interview, but does admit to engaging in sexual contact with multiple teenage boys, all of it fueled by alcohol.
He says those in charge didn't handle this case the right way.
He served as President and General Director of Radio Paz and Radio Peace Catholic 24-hour radio station beginning in January 2001.
He hosted several radio programs, such as Al Dia and Linea Directa, and directed the daily operations of Pax Catholic Communications for the Archdiocese of Miami until 2009.On April 2, 2009, he was named one of AARP's new Hispanic Ambassadors.On January 4, 2011, Cutié released a memoir, Dilemma.Cutié was received into the Episcopal Church on May 28, 2009, by the Right Reverend Leo Frade, the Cuban-born bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida and became the administrator and pastoral minister of the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Biscayne Park, Miami, Florida, where he was licensed as a pastoral assistant. They are also the parents of Christian Norton from Cutié's wife's first marriage.