Rev. Bertin Miller, O.F.M.
Wound Brothers Project/
in eastern Franklin County.
in this area with the exception of billing
himself as a proponent of restorative
justice. He also has been able improve
his socio-economic status: gross receipts
for “services performed” at RECON jumped
to almost $600,000 in 2002 from $234,000
in 1999, enabling Miller to almost doubled
his salary to $71,500 (so much for his vow
of poverty). In 2006, the Knights of Columbus
chapter in House Springs, Mo., honored Miller
as a 30-year member of the organization. Miller
also claims to be the chaplain of the Jefferson