Another Priest Faces Allegations of Sex Abuse
By Mckenzie Gernes
September 6, 2014
Another priest is facing allegations of sex abuse. Attorney Jeff Anderson says 74-year-old Richard Jeub was a priest for almost 50 years.
The file released Friday shows several women and teens came forward saying he sexually abused them. The allegations go back as far as 1966. Jeub had assignments in Hopkins, Edina, Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, Robbinsdale, Fairbault and Roseville.
Jeub was removed from Ministry in 2002. On the Archdiocese's website he is listed as permanently removed from ministry and retired. His current location is listed as Crosby, Minnesota.
According to Anderson's investigation, throughout the years he admitted to sexual relationships with parishioners and other women
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has responded by asking for forgiveness. They say its sexual abuse reporting process is a lot different today and that they are accountable for protecting the people in their parishes.
Jeub's priest file is only one of many that will be used in the upcoming sexual abuse trial. "John Doe One vs. The Archdiocese.
We'll have continuing coverage beginning in November.