Beliefs When is a priest not a priest? When he’s molesting a child, diocese says in defense of lawsuit By Mark Mueller | June 4, 2014 ShareTweet EmailPrint More More on Beliefs Subscribe to Beliefs Chris Naples with Rev. Terence McAlinden on vacation. Last year, Naples won a $3 million judgment against the Rev. Terence McAlinden in Delaware for years of sexual abuse there and in NJ and other states. He won't see a penny, probably, because McAlinden is near broke. Now he's filed suit in NJ. Photo by Ed Murray/The Star-Ledger Active RNS subscribers and members can view this content by logging-in here.(RNS) A lawyer for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton told justices that the Rev. Terence McAlinden was not "on duty" -- or serving in his capacity as a priest -- when he allegedly molested Chris Naples on trips to Delaware.