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Thomas K.1957PSettledDiocesanMonsignor. Retired in 2001. Suspended in 2002 after an allegation he abused an altar boy 1988-90 at St. Mary's in Hollidaysburg. Mabon denied the charges. Sued 2003. Criminal charges dismissed due to SOL. Sent by Bishop Adamec to treatment, then allowed to resume ministry in 11/03. Civil suit continued. In 5/04 the diocese paid $3.71M to settle claims by 21 people alleging abuse by 11 priests, including Mabon. In 2005 a woman reported sexual abuse by Mahon at St. Mary's when she was a girl. Per the AG's 3/1/16 Grand Jury Report Mabon told the girl, "if you tell, everyone would believe you instigated it and that's your fault." The Grand Jury called Mabon a "predator" and found that Bishops Hogan and Adamec failed the children.Altoona-Johnstown, PASource:
Associated Press 04.03.03; Post-Gazette 04.04.03; Associated Press 06.20.03; Associated Press 11.05.03; Tribune Democrat 05.25.07; PA AG Statement 03.01.16; PA GJ FBI Timeline 03.01.16; PA Office of the Attorney General 03.01.16; Tribune-Democrat 03.01.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Timeline 03.06.16; Altoona Mirror 05.03.16
PA Office of the Attorney General 03.01.16
MacangaJoseph E.1986PConvictedDiocesanMacanga, a former priest, was arrested in Lumberton NJ 4/08 by the FBI after they found child pornography on his personal computer. He had been identified as a participant in an internet chat room. He was working as a teacher and coach at a BurlingtonCounty middle school at the time of his arrest and was suspended without pay. Macanga left the active 1995 with clean record. Released on house arrest with monitoring. Sentenced 6/09 to 57 months in fed prison. Projected release date 8/13.Philadelphia, PASource:
WNBC 04.23.08; Courier Post 04.24.08; Bucks County Courier Times 04.25.08; Courier Post 04.26.08; Courier Post 05.01.08; SNAP 12.30.08; Bucks County Courier-Times 06.18.09
Bruce Duncan1953PConvictedDiocesanSued 2003 by 1 woman. Arrested 1/06; charged with abuse of 3 girls at Beaver Dam hosp. in 1960s in WI. Admitted abusing 30 girls. Sioux Falls knew of behavior in 1963. After WI, he worked in San Angelo and El Paso TX diocese. Arrested and convicted in El Paso in 1978 for abuse of nursing home patient. Records unclear as to whether he actually served time in prison or was in inpatient treatment before being released on probation. Next known to be working in San Antonio Archdiocese 1979-1984. Suits filed 7/07 & 9/07 in WI against Milwaukee & Sioux Falls by 2 women. Convicted and sentenced to prison 8/08 in WI. Sentenced to 6 months in jail and 10 years probation and to serve an additional month every year for 6 years. Was living in Texas when he died 02/12. San Antonio Archdiocese announced 6/14 that it had received a credible allegation of abuse of a minor female at St. James Parish in late 1970s and that MacArthur had served at that parish and at St. Dominic.Sioux Falls, SDSource:
Argus Leader 05.22.03; Argus Leader 05.23.03; Aberdeen News (AP) 06.22.03; Argus Leader 06.22.03; Argus Leader 06.22.03; Associated Press 07.19.04; Associated Press 10.26.05; El Paso Times 01.21.06; Sioux City Journal 01.23.06; Winona Daily News (AP) 07.20.07; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 09.11.07; Fon du Lac Reporter 01.04.08; Minneapolis Star Tribune (AP) 06.26.08; SNAP Press Release 06.27.08; The Reporter 06.27.08; TMJ 4 08.15.08; Beaver Dam Daily Citizen 08.16.08; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 06.16.09; El Paso Times 05.11.10; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 12.01.10; Huffington Post 04.19.11; Gallup Independent 05.28.11; Gallup Independent 11.11.13; Statement from Archdiocese of San Antonio 05.31.14; San Antonio Express News 06.26.14; San Antonio Express News 06.26.14; KSAT 06.27.14; SNAP Statement 06.27.14; KENS 5 06.28.14; Diocese of Gallup [downloaded 02.28.15
Assignments: Assignment Record
MacGuinnessJames L.1912PSettledDiocesanIncluded on Attorney Garabedian's 3/28/16 list of accused clerics named in civil claims resulting in settlements or arbitration awards. A 90-yr-old man claimed MacGuiness sexually abused him at St. Joseph's in Roxbury MA 1938-40. Also worked in Beachmont, Marblehead, Lawrence, Sharon and Peabody parishes. Chaplain for a both a boys' orphanage and a girls' academy. Several leaves of absence marked his career. Died 4/14/55.Boston, MASource:
BishopAccountability 03.28.16; Boston Globe 03.28.16; Boston Globe 03.28.16; The Patch 03.28.16; The Patch 03.28.16; WBUR 03.28.16; WBUR 03.28.16; The Patch 03.30.16
Assignments: Assignment Record
Bernard M (Corky)1964PSettledDiocesanAccused of fondling a 12-year-old boy in Fall 1991. Parents met Mach in 1/1993 and with Chancellor of Diocese 3/93. Civil suit filed 1993 when Diocese failed to pay for counseling. Placed on leave 12/1993. Also accused, along with Fr John Aurelio, of abuse of 3 others. Civil suit was settled confidentially in 1998. Lived in Florida without privileges. Died 2/17/04. Included in 3/20/18 diocesan list as removed, retired, or having left ministry after allegations of sexual abuse of a minor. Listed as having died in 2004; diocesan list includes deceased priests only if they have more than one allegation.Buffalo, NYSource:
Buffalo News 12.09.93; Buffalo News 12.14.93; Buffalo News 12.20.93; Buffalo News 12.21.93; Buffalo News 12.22.93; Buffano News 12.22.93; Buffano News 12.23.93; Buffalo News 12.27.93; Buffalo News 03.26.94; Jane and James Doe Complaint 04.25.94; Buffalo News 11.08.94; Buffalo News 10.16.98; Buffalo News 04.02.02; Buffalo News 02.28.18; Niagara Gazette 03.13.18; WIVB 03.13.18; Buffalo News 03.20.18; Buffalo Stories 03.20.18; Diocese of Buffalo 03.20.18; Diocese of Buffalo 03.21.18; Olean Times Herald 03.21.18; Union Sun-Journal 04.08.18; Buffalo News 05.27.18
Jeff Anderson & Associates Assignment History
MaciasJuan BSuedDominicanSued 1988. Accused with Rev. Cristobal Garcia, O.P. of providing an altar boy with drugs and sexually abusing him in 1983-86.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Times 06.20.88
MackanPatrick1958 ?PSuedCongregation of the ResurrectionAccused in a 2002 suit of sexually abusing a 17-year-old Canadian girl after she had been raped and impregnated by another man. The abuse is alleged to have continued 1972-75 and to have included oral sex and sexual intercourse. Some of the abuse occurred during trips to the US, where Mackan supervised other priests of his order in the Louisville archdiocese. His later career involved the education of children with special needs. Mackan died in 1990.Louisville, KYSource:
Brantford Expositor 9.5.03
Detailed Assignment Record
Leonard J.1957PSuedDiocesanCredible allegation of abuse. Named in civil suit filed 10/94 (shortly after his death) which alleged abuse of one youth in 1987. Removed from ministry 1987 and died 1994. Name on list of abusive priests released by Bishop Saltarelli on 11/16/06. Woman filed civil suit 8/08 alleging abuse in 1966 when she was 13. Suit also alleges that there were 9 other victims, including 2 minor males. A man filed separate suit 8/08 re abuse in 1970. 2 suits filed 9/08. Personnel files released 2/12.Wilmington, DESource:
News Journal 11.20.05 (Major Account); News Journal 9.6.08; Baltimore Sun 10.23.94; News Journal 11.16.06; The Dialog 11.16.06; News Journal 11.17.06; Associated Press 08.15.08; News Journal 08.15.08; WBOC 08.15.08; WDEL 08.15.08; Annapolis Capital 08.23.08; Daily Times 08.23.08; News Journal 08.24.08; Daily Times 09.12.08; Daily Times 09.13.08
News Journal 7.10.09 (add'l article); San Francisco Examiner 8.12.10 (add'l article); Diocese of Wilmington List of Accused Priests 2.16.12; Diocese of Wilmington Personnel Files 2.16.12; News Journal 2.19.12 (add'l article); News Journal 11.16.06
MacNaughtonJohn1946 ?PSuedDiocesanOne civil suit filed in 2004 alleging abuse by MacNaughton. Man said abuse occurred in 1967 at what is now St. Mary's Home for Boys in Beverton. Plaintiff committed suicide in 2005 just prior to mediation in case. MacNaughton is deceased.Portland, ORSource:
The Oregonian 10.12.04; The Oregonian 08.17.05; The Oregonian 08.29.05; Table: The Oregonian 11.12.06
MacPhersonDavid M.1967 ?PSettledDiocesanIn 2003 two women settled "claims" with Covington Diocese over allegations that MacPherson had molested them in 1960s at St. Patrick's Parish. Diocese paid total of $750,000 to the two women and to a man who alleged abuse by Fr. Earl Bierman. Both women were part of a class action suit filed against the Diocese of Covington. Diocese said MacPherson left active ministry in 1978 and was laicized six years later.Covington, KYSource:
Cincinnati Enquirer 10.14.03; Cincinnati Post 10.14.03
Assignments: Assignment Record
MacPhersonWalter E.1955PAccusedDiocesanRemoved 2/94 from position as pastor of St. Martin of Tours Church in Washington Park after allegations of sexual misconduct with a boy in his early teens "more than 20 years ago." In 1/95 the Diocesan review board permanently removed him from activeministry and he retired. On 1/24/09 the diocesan website gave his status as "Administrative Leave / Retired."Belleville, ILSource:
Belleville News Democrat 3.7.03; Chicago Tribune 2.7.94; St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2.5.94; St. Louis Post Dispatch 05.22.94; St. Louis Post Dispatch 01.14.95; Belleville News-Democrat 07.14.02; Belleville News-Democrat 04.24.07
Gordon J.1982PConvictedDiocesanPsychological problems during seminary in 1978. Pled guilty in 1988 to paying boy for sex. Rec'd 1 yr jail deferred and sent for treatment. May have abused in 1983 but no action. Charged in 1993 w/ 11 counts of molestation of at least 4 boys. Convicted 1994 re assault of 1 boy. Rec'd 33 1/2-67 yr sentence. Civil suits filed. See Major Account for much information and related documents. Multiple appeals. Still in prison 2/14. Continues to deny guilt. Federal appeal case filed 2/14.Manchester, NHSource:
BA list of Accused Priests in New Hampshire nd; Associated Press 12.22.93; Associated Press 11.14.94; Union Leader 07.12.96; Union Leader 07.16.96; Union Leader 08.06.96; New Hampshire Atty General Report 03.03.03; Union Leader 03.04.03; NH Atty General Compresensive Selection of MacRae Documents 03.03.04; Keene Sentinel 02.26.05; Wall Street Journal (Major Account) 04.27.05; Concord Monitor 05.03.05; Energy Publisher 12.29.10; Spero News 12.30.10; Spero News 01.01.11; Spero News 01.29.11; Media Report 02.20.12; Keene Sentinel 02.23.12; Media Report 02.23.12; New Hampshire Union Tribune 02.23.12; Wall Street Journal 05.10.13; The Media Report 05.21.13; A Ram in the Thicket 10.21.13; These Stone Walls 02.07.14; These Stone Walls 02.08.14; These Stone Walls 02.19.14; These Stone Walls 02.26.14; These Stone Walls 05.21.14; These Stone Walls 09.10.14; These Stone Walls 06.22.16
MacSweeneyEugene1927PSuedDiocesan Died 3/26/75. Accused of abuse of 1 in approx. 1959 per archdiocesan report. Civil suit filed 12/03.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 2
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 4.20.06
John A.1939PAccusedDiocesanFirst named publicly as accused in the 8/14/18 PA Grand Jury Report. Madaj's file contained two anonymous letters to Fr. McHugh in 12/52 alleging Madaj was having an affair with his housekeeper. In 3/90 the parents of a male 19-year-old told the diocese that Madaj had sexually abused their son at age 9 or 10. Madaj denied the allegation. Died 1998.Scranton, PASource:
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
Norbert J.1964PConvictedDiocesanArrested 1993. Convicted 1994 for assault of 2 boys. 20-yr sentence. Sued. Included in 10/03 settlement. Second suit 5/06. At least one claim included in 5/07 $6.65M settlement with 14 people re abuse by 12 priests; 1 claim included in 8/08 $12.7M settlement involving 11 priests & 16 plaintiffs. Laicized 12/07. New settlement 7/09. Spent 9 mo in secure treatment facility in WI 2/12 as violent sexual predator before release 8/13. Personnel file released 1/14. New suit 1/14. New suit 9/16 re abuse over 2 yrs starting 1979 of 10-yr-old boy. Maday a reg. sex offender living in WI.Chicago, ILSource:
Chicago Tribune 05.19.92; Chicago Sun-Times 06.10.92; Chicago Tribune 06.10.92; Chicago Tribune 07.08.92; Chicago Tribune 07.15.92; Chicago Sun-Times 04.23.94; Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 04.25.94; Chicago Tribune 06.09.94; Chicago Tribune 10.03.03; Chicago Archdiocesan Report page 2 03.20.06; Chicago Sun-Times 05.03.06; Daily Southtown 05.29.07; Lake County News-Sun 08.13.08; Chicago Sun-Times 08.14.08; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 08.14.08; Southtown Star 08.22.08; Northwestern 10.26.08; Earth Times 07.21.09; Chicago Tribune 07.22.09; Fox 11 11.02.10; SNAP WIsconsin 11.02.10; WLUK 03.08.11; WLUK 06.10.11; Fox 11 02.03.12; Fox 11 02.09.12; SNAP Statement 02.11.12; WBEZ 02.15.12; Fox 11 06.25.13; Post-Crescent 06.25.13; WBAY 06.25.13; SNAP Statement 06.27.13; the Northwestern 07.12.13; WBAY 07.12.13; Fox 11 07.13.13; Chicago Sun-Times 01.21.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.21.14; Chicago Tribune 01.21.14; Fox 11 01.21.14; Fox 6 01.21.14; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 01.21.14; National Catholic Reporter 01.21.14; NY Times 01.21.14; Personnel File Released 01.21.14; NBC Chicago 01.22.14; Religion News Service 01.22.14; CBS Chicago 01.23.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.23.14; Chicago Tribune 01.23.14; National Catholic Reporter 01.23.14; SNAP Statement 01.23.14; State Journal-Register (AP) 01.23.14; WGN 01.23.14; The Northwestern 01.24.14; DesPlaines Valley News 02.05.14; Fox 11 11.06.14; Chicago Tribune 09.23.16
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MaddenMichael K.1970PConvictedDiocesanConvicted 1989. Lewd conduct with a boy. Authorities knew of other victims over a 20 yr period. Sentenced to probation for 5 yrs. Violated probation at least 6 times. Ended up serving 2 yrs in prison. Civil trial 1994, ordered to pay victim $175K. 2nd suit filed 2003. Madden died 2000.Burlington, VTSource:
Burlington Free Press 04.27.02; Rutland Herald 09.28.03; Burlington Free Press 04.30.06; Burlington Free Press 04.30.06
Paul1970PSettledDiocesanAccused of abuse of 13-yr-old boy on 1973 trip to Ireland. Plaintiff settled for $50K. In separate 2002 suit Plaintiff alleged that church lied and told him there was no previous knowledge of abuse by priests. Attached to petition was letter signed by a Paul Madden who said he "feels remorse and guilt for the molestation.." Judge ruled in favor of Defense Motion for Summary Judgment 9/03 and case was dismissed. Worked as a missionary of the Society of St James the Apostle in 1991-1993 and 1994-2002. Officially joined Chimbota diocese in Peru in 2003. Still active there in 8/15.Jackson, MSSource:
Boston Herald 06.10.02; Associated Press 07.18.02; Boston Globe 07.18.02; Opinion in Belencia v St Mary's Catholic Church et al 251-02-915, Hines Co MS Circuit Court 09.29.03; Dallas Morning News 03.16.05; Associated Press 05.08.05; Tribune 02.07.10; SNAP Statement 12.12.13; Global Post 09.17.15; Diocese of Jackson 09.21.15
Assignments: Assignment Record
Gregory BAccusedCrosierAdmitted abuse of 14 yr old boy in 1980s at Crosier seminary school in MN. Crosiers reached monetary settlement with victim when he came forward in 1988. Madigan sent for treatment; was living under restriction at Crosier national headquarters. Believed to have molested at least six boys in 1960s and 1970s. Confronted by parents in mid 1970s; agreed to seek treatment. At least 1 claim included in 2/09 settlement with Crosiers and 9 accusers in MN. Retired and living under safety plan in Phoenix 3/14.St. Cloud, MNSource:
St Paul Pioneer Press 05.20.02; Star Tribune 05.20.02; St Paul Pioneer Press 05.21.02; Star Tribune 05.23.02; Star Tribune 06.16.02; Dallas Morning News 08.08.02; Star Tribune 10.10.02; Star Tribune 11.24.02; Star Tribune 02.28.04; Star Tribune 05.04.06; Forest Lake Times 02.05.09; Pioneer Press 02.05.09; Shoreview Press 02.06.09; Pioneer Press 02.08.09; Crosier Province Press Release 03.08.14; Crosier Province Updated List of Religious Involved in Sexual Abuse of Minors 03.08.14; St Cloud Times 03.09.14
Assignment Record Released by Crosier Order 03.08.14
Alfonso1950PSuedJesuitMadrid is accused in 6/11 civil suit of abuse of one youth in 1970s at at Sacred Heart Church in El Paso. Madrid "mentored" the boy before proceeding to molest him on multiple occasions. Diocese reports that Madrid is deceased (1982) and denies any prior complaints against him. Suit settled at mediation 07/13. Another man filed suit 8/13. for abuse at same parish between 1974-1975.El Paso, TXSource:
John Doe 103 v Roman Catholic Diocese of El Paso Cause No 2011-2504 06.22.11; Star Telegram 06.24.11; SNAP Press Release 06.26.11; El Paso Times 06.28.11; SNAP Statement 06.28.11; KFox TV 07.12.13; KTSM 07.12.13; El Paso Times 07.14.13; KFox 08.22.13; El Paso Times 08.24.13
Assignments: Assignment Record
MadridSaul1985PSuedDiocesanMan had filed suit 6/03 alleging that Madrid, a native of Mexico, had drugged and sexually assaulted him in 1987 when he was a minor. Suit says officials of the Archdiocese used spiritual arguments and victim's devout faith to keep him from filing lawsuit or reporting the abuse when it occurred. Madrid was sent for treatment to Paraclete center in 1988 and then was reassigned. Resigned 2002. Civil suit settled 2005.Phoenix, AZSource:
Arizona Republic 8.1.03; Phoenix New Times 07.27.00; Arizona Republic 08.12.00; Arizona Republic 08.21.00; Phoenix New Times 09.14.00; Arizona Republic 11.13.00; Arizona Republic 07.22.03; Arizona Republic 07.22.03; Arizona Republic 01.21.06; Arizona Republic 11.10.06
Madrid (also Madred?)Jaime1968PSettledDiocesanAccusations that Madrid abused boy for 2 years (1971-1972) in rectory, car and other places. Civil suit filed in 1992 says diocese knew in 1967 that other priests in diocese were homosexual/pedophiles and failed to report. Madrid admitted charges. Boy pled delayed discovery in suit. Litigation settled with non-disclosure. One report says Madrid told El Paso Bishop Raymond Pena in 1992 that he had abused boy 20 yrs ago. Died 10/07.El Paso, TXSource:
San Antonio Light 3.6.92; El Paso Times 10.29.07
Joseph1958PSettledSalesians of Don BoscoAttorney Garabedian announced settlement 9/13 on behalf of one plaintiff who alleged abuse by Maffei as a 12-yr-old boy when the priest was assigned to Sacred Heart Retreat House in Ipswich MA. The abuse was said to have taken place at the Marian Shrine in New Rochelle NY. Native of Italy. Came to the US in 1952. Died 12/29/09.New York, NYSource:
Salesians of Don Bosco E-Service 01.28.10; The Republic (AP) 09.04.13; John Doe v Fr Sean Rooney SDB et al 12.16.13
Assignments: Assignment Record
Philip A.1960PSuedDiocesanMan alleged abuse in Boston in 1999 suit while Magaldi was part of Providence Diocese. Plaintiff died; suit dismissed in 2000. Left Providence in 1988 after claims of financial mismanagement, Moved to Ft. Worth Diocese under Bp. Delaney in 1990. Pled guilty 1992 to embezzlement. Back as active priest after 8 months. Accusation in 1997 in Ft. Worth. Still active until 1999 accusation. Retired. HIV positive. Lacization requested but he died 8/08. Another claim settled 8/21/12 in Ft. Worth.Providence, RISource:
UPI 05.07.92; Dallas Morning News 12.12.98; Dallas Morning News 04.26.99; Boston Herald 07.23.99; Ft. Worth Star Telegram 12.08.00; Dallas Morning News 12.14.00; Telegram & Gazette 12.16.00; Dallas Morning News 06.12.02; New Oxford Review 06.17.05; Star Telegram 02.16.06; CBS 11 08.11.06; Dallas Morning News 11.28.06; Star Telegram 11.28.06; Dallas Morning News 11.29.06; Star Telegram 11.29.06
Star Telegram 11.30.06 (add'l article); Dallas Morning News 2.14.08 (add'l article); Star Telegram 8.13.08 (add'l article); Star Telegram 8.21.12 (add'l article); Fort Worth Diocese 6.10.05; Documents from the Secret Archives of the Ft. Worth Diocese
Finian (Robert) BSuedFranciscanIn April, 2003 civil suit. McGee (properly spelled Magee) is accused of groping and rubbing against a 12 yr old boy in early 1970s. He was the boy's 6th grade homeroom teacher and allegedly molested him in the classroom and in his private school office. Died 8/27/93.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn 08.27.93; Newsday 04.15.03
Assignments: Assignment Record and Other Info
MageePatrick Francis1970PAccusedDiocesanWorked in Trenton. Returned to Ireland on vacation in 2003 where he was accused of abuse by man who said abuse occurred there more than 30 yrs previously when Magee was a seminary student. Allegations of abuse of 2 adults also raised in Trenton. Chargesin Ireland dropped in 2004 after alleged victim's suicide. Magee returned to Trenton and asked to be reinstated. He is shown as retired in 2007-2010 Catholic Directories.Trenton, NJSource:
Star-Ledger 01.03.04; Asbury Park Press 01.04.04; Asbury Park Press 01.08.04; Irish Voice 01.13.04; Ocean County Observer 03.28.04; Asbury Park Press 08.14.04; Asbury Park Press 10.02.04; Asbury Park Press (AP) 12.21.04
John E.1960PSuedDiocesanRetired 1995. Placed on leave 6/02 when one man filed suit against Archdiocese which alleged that Magel exposed himself to a group of boys by preparing a meal in the nude while on a camping trip. Same Plaintiff also alleged abuse by a parochial school teacher. Magel was returned to active (retired) status 3/03 when Archbishop Kelly determined there was no evidence he had abused children.Louisville, KYSource:
Courier-Journal 9.29.02 (Major Account); Courier-Journal 07.16.02; Courier-Journal 09.29.02; Courier-Journal 10.20.02; Courier-Journal 03.24.03
Assignments: Assignment Record
E. Neil1963PAccusedDiocesanA woman received "acknowledgment of crimes" and financial assistance for counseling from the archdiocese in 11/16 due to her claims of rape by Magnus and another priest, Rev. Joseph Maskell. Magnus was Keough High School's Religious Services Director, Maskell was chaplain and counselor. Per the woman they raped her at a CYO picnic in 9/70, when she was age 14 and a new Keough student. She said Magnus showed up in a police car and that the rape occurred after she was given a drink that weakened her. She said Fr. Maskell watched, then also raped her, and that his assaults continued through her high school years. She claimed, too, that on one occasion a Baltimore police officer joined Maskell and, after paying the priest, raped her. Magnus died 11/27/88. Magnus has been accused by at least one other former student, and Maskell by many. Both men have been implicated in the unsolved 1969 murder of Sr. Cathy Cesnik, to whom girls had confided abuse.Baltimore, MDSource:
Inside Baltimore 10.02.14; Inside Baltimore 10.02.14; Bilgrimage 05.16.15; Inside Baltimore 11.07.16; Huffington Post 05.14.17; Romper 05.19.17; Bustle 05.20.17; Inside Baltimore 08.04.17; Crime Report 11.08.17
MaguireFelix H.1950 ?PSuedDiocesanPolice investigation of allegations against Maguire in 1984 was suddenly dropped for no known reason. Medically retired in 1993 and moved to Florida. Jury awarded one plaintiff $262,803 in 1995 trial that was sealed from the public. Sued 1/03 by 21 yr old man who alleged assault when he was 15. Claims against Maguire were included in the 10/05 $22M settlement between Archdiocese and 45 people alleging abuse by 14 priests.Hartford, CTSource:
Hartford Courant 03.11.93; Hartford Courant 03.28.93; Hartford Courant 03.09.02; Hartford Courant 08.11.02; Hartford Courant 02.09.03; Associated Press 10.31.05; Hartford Courant 11.01.05; NY Times 11.01.05
Assignments: Assignment Record; Assignment Record Compiled by Law Firm
Joseph T.1973PConvictedDiocesanTransferred 3 times in first 14 months after ordination. Diocese investigated 1974 allegation. Became Stigmatine in 1981. Investigated by police 1986. He was working in Ireland at the time and nothing done.No assignment since 1981 and faculties withdrawn 1994. Some claims in 11/02 settlement. 2 men filed criminal charges in 2003. Convicted 2004 and sentenced to 44 yrs prison. 8 others offered to testify as to his crimes against them. Died 2/05 while still in prison. Worked in Boston.Manchester, NHSource:
Associated Press 9.6.02; Union Leader 3.4.04; Union Leader 4.5.03; Union Leader 5.4.04; Union Leader 6.6.03; Union Leader 02.16.02; Union Leader 02.16.02; Union Leader 05.18.02; Union Leader 05.29.02; Nashua Telegraph 11.27.02; WMURChannel 5 02.26.03; Foster's Daily Democrat 04.17.03; Boston Herald 05.21.03; Union Leader 02.27.04; 03.22.04
Union Leader 2.23.05 (add'l article); NH AG Audit Records 3.26.09 (add'l article); Statement by Archdiocese of Boston 1.27.10 (add'l article); Daily News Tribune 1.27.10 (add'l article); Tribune 2.7.10 (add'l article); Assignment Record
Thomas H.1976PAccusedDiocesanTook voluntary leave 10/28/12 without privileges after recent allegations of engaging in "inappropriate behavior in the presence of minors." Police investigators found no evidence of a crime. Had served as pastor at Saint Helen Mother of the Emperor Constantine Parish in Norwell since 2001. After publicity, more people came forward with accusations of sexual abuse during and prior to the mid-1990s. While assigned to St. John's in Canton MA, reportedly drank alcohol with youth involved in the CYO and, on one particluar occasion, touched himself sexually and offered money to the first boy who completed a sexual act. In 10/15 status was "Administrative Leave; Case in Process." Laicization announced 3/31/16.Boston, MASource:
Statement by Archdiocese of Boston 10.28.12; Boston Globe 10.29.12; Boston Herald (AP) 10.29.12; Patriot Ledger 10.29.12; WCVB 10.29.12; Archdiocese of Boston 03.31.16; Boston Globe 03.31.16; Reuters 03.31.16; Wicked Local Norwell 03.31.16; Archdiocese of Boston 04.08.16; Wicked Local Needham [MA] 04.22.16; Canton Citizen 05.06.16
Paul J.1968PSuedDiocesan A 2000 suit claimed Mahan abused two of his nephews in 1994-1995 Another was filed in 1999. As of late 2002, at least 12 lawsuits had been filed against Mahan. More in 1/03. Archdiocese warned in 1994 and1995. Mahan was referred to as "dangerous" and"a threat to adolescent males." Sent for treatment twice. Privileges removed 1996. Involuntarily laicized 2/98.Boston, MASource:
Concord Monitor 6.6.02; Deposition of Bishop John McCormack 6.3.02; Boston Herald 01.14.99; Boston Globe 03.15.00; Boston Herald 06.14.00; Boston Herald 08.23.00; Boston Globe 01.28.02; Boston Herald 02.11.02; Boston Herald 02.25.02; Boston Herald 03.15.02; Boston Globe 05.17.02; Boston Herald 05.17.02; Boston Globe 05.23.02; Boston Globe 09.19.02; Boston Herald 09.19.02
The Day 1.30.03 (add'l article); Documents From Manchester Report 3.3.03 (add'l article); Massachusetts Attorney General's Report, p. 70 (PDF p. 76) 7.23.03 (add'l article); National Catholic Registry 8.25.11; Assignment Record
MaherDaniel J.1962PSuedDiocesanSued 9/05. Accused of abuse of 1 youth in 1973. Maher denied the allegations. Cleared by diocesan investigation 9/05 and returned to duty. Plaintiff's atty said in 9/05 that a second victim had come forward. Maher still active priest in 2007.Albany, NYSource:
Albany Times Union 9.3.05; Conservative Voice 9.9.05; Empire Journal 9.6.05; Empire Journal 9.9.05; Albany Times Union 05.19.05; Troy Record 05.19.05
Robert J.1937PAccusedDiocesanMonsignor. Assisted and pastored parishes throughout the diocese. Longtime Superintendent of Diocesan Schools, and member of Diocesan Examiners of Clergy. Resided many years at an orphanage for girls. Resigned 1975. Accused of the sexual abuse of at least 15 boys ant St. Vincent's in Hanover. More allegations surfaced after his death. Died 6/19/90. In 8/16 the diocese publicly acknowledged that in 1994 it had received credible allegations of child sexual abuse against Maher, said to have occurred in the 1960s. Name included on the diocese's list released 8/1/18. Named in the 8/14/18 PA Grand Jury Report.Harrisburg, PASource:
York Daily Record 08.29.16; Pennlive 08.01.18; York Daily Record 08.01.18; York Daily Record 08.01.18; York Daily Record 08.07.18; York Daily Record 08.22.18
Assignments: Assignment Record
Gerald1971PSettledDiocesanMahon, Vicar General and former director of Vocations for Diocese, was accused of improprieties by two seminarians in cases that were never publicized and were settled out of court and sealed in early 1990s. Both settlements involved under $100K, mostly for counseling. One involved a seminarian who also implicated priests in 2-3 other dioceses. Other involved seminarian's allegations against Mahon, 3 other bishops and another vicar general. This was resolved by offering counseling and career training.Winona, MNSource:
St. Paul Pioneer Press 04.19.95; Sunday Oregonian 10.10.04
Daniel Joseph1952PAccusedDiocesanDied 7/4/07, age 80. Assigned to Holy Name of Jesus parish for 34 years. Name included on the diocese's list released 8/1/18. Accused after his death of the sexual abuse of a child.Harrisburg, PASource:
Pennlive 08.01.18; York Daily Record 08.01.18; York Daily Record 08.01.18
John E1964PSuedCapuchin FranciscanNamed for the first time in 4/03 lawsuit, Mahoney allegedly spanked and caressed the bare buttocks of an 11 year old boy on a trip to West Point in 1967. Future attempts to molest the boy 'occurred in the sacristy, the bell tower and in defendant's car.' At the time of the alleged abuse, Mahoney was the Director of the Capuchins' St Francis Retreat House, across the Hudson from West Point. For many years, Mahoney celebrated Mass at St Barnabas Church in Bellmore, on Long Island, where the complainant was a parishioner. Another accused Capuchin, Fr Gabriel Massaro, also has a Garrison connection. In addition to the Rockville Centre diocese and the NY archdiocese, Mahoney was assigned to a parish in the Manchester NH diocese 1990-1994. Died 12/15/04.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
Newsday 04.15.03; St Barnabas Church Bulletin 10.31.04; Capuchin Necrology 12.15.04; Journal News 12.15.04
Assignments: Assignment Record and Other Info
MahoneyRobert1967PSuedDiocesanTwo men filed civil suits in 1992 and 1993 against diocese and Mahoney. First plaintiff claimed abuse from 1981-1983 as a child at an elementary school in South Bend; second claimed abuse from 1970-1972 at school in Mishawaka. Suits were dismissed 12/93 and 2/94 "with prejudice." No reasons were provided. Resigned from ministry 6/15/93. Laicized 7/25/06. On diocese's 9/18/18 list. Four known credible allegations.Fort Wayne-South Bend, INSource:
Marshall County Life 08.16.92; Chicago Tribune 12.13.93; South Bend Tribune 02.19.94; South Bend Tribune 04.01.02; Today's Catholic 11.18.07
Diocese of Ft Wayne-South Bend list 09.18.18
Mahony (Bp)
Roger1962PAccusedDiocesanTwice accused of abuse. Never substantiated so no action taken. Retired 2011. Shown in 2013 release of documents to have "maneuvered behind the scenes to shield molester priests, provide damage control for the church and keep parishioners in the dark about sexual abuse in their parishes." As of 2/1/13, his successor, Archbishop Gomez, stripped Mahony of all administrative or public duties. Still Bishop in Good Standing & will help elect new Pope..Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report, page 2, 02.17.04; NBC Southern California 01.02.13; The Media Report 01.28.13; ABC 6 01.31.13; Catholic News Agency 01.31.13; BBC News 02.01.13; CNN 02.01.13; Coshocton Tribune 02.01.13; LA Times 02.01.13; National Catholic Reporter 02.01.13; NY Times 02.01.13; Redlands Daily Facts 02.01.13; St Augustine Record 02.01.13; Statement by Archbishop Gomez 02.01.13; Statement by Archbishop Gomez in Spanish 02.01.13; LA Daily News 02.15.13; National Catholic Reporter 02.15.13; Vatican Insider 02.15.13; LA Times 12.01.13; LA Times 12.01.13
LA Weekly 2.1.13 (add'l article); Religion News Service 2.1.13 (add'l article); Cardinal Roger Mahony Blogs 2.1.13 (add'l article); National Catholic Reporter 2.1.13 (add'l article); Statement by Archbishop Gomez 2.1.13 (add'l article); LA Times 2.9.13 (add'l article)
Brennan1963PAccusedBenedictineMan filed suit 2/92 saying Maiers abused him at age 9 in 1966. Suit settled out of court in late 1992. Maiers admitted abuse and also that he had been arrested for soliciting an undercover officer at adult movie theater in 1984. Also admitted to sexual relationships with a woman and 2 men in NY in 1970s. Permanently removed from ministry 2002. Living under restriction at St. John's Abbey. On their list released 12/9/13. Also on Addendum to 12/31/13 Duluth list & St. Cloud 1/3/14 list. St. Paul personnel file released 05/19/14.St. Cloud, MNSource:
Star Tribune 10.22.92; St Louis Post Dispatch 02.21.93; Associated Press 04.30.02; Star Tribune 06.07.02; Star Tribune 09.29.02; St Cloud Times 10.02.02; National Catholic Reporter 12.13.02; St Cloud Times 07.06.03; St John's Abbey Website 06.01.07; Star Tribune 03.30.11; St Cloud Times 04.01.11; Catholic Spirit 12.05.13; KVSC 12.05.13; St Cloud Times 12.05.13; St Paul & Minneapolis List of Credibly Accused Priests released 12.05.13; Star Tribune 12.05.13; Star Tribune 12.06.13; Pioneer Press 12.09.13; St Cloud Times 12.09.13; Diocese of Duluth List of Clergy With Credible Claims 12.31.13; Diocese of Duluth Statement by Bishop Sirba 12.31.13; Duluth News Tribune 12.31.13; St Cloud Times 12.31.13; Duluth News Tribune 01.01.14; Diocese of St Cloud--Bishop Kettler Press Release, 01.03.14; Legal Examiner 01.03.14; St Cloud Times 01.03.14; Star Tribune 01.03.14; Star Tribune 01.03.14; WJON 01.03.14; Legal Examiner 01.04.14; KAAL 05.18.14; KSTP 05.18.14; Media Release by Jeff Anderson & Assoc 05.18.14; KSTP Channel 5 05.19.14; Maiers Personnel File from St Paul Archdiocese Released by Jeff Anderson 05.19.14; Maiers Timeline Released by Jeff Anderson 05.19.14; My Fox 9 05.19.14; Pioneer Press 05.19.14; St Cloud Times 05.19.14; Star Tribune 05.19.14; WCCO 05.19.14; St Cloud Times 05.29.16; WJON 05.29.16
Assignment Record from Archdiocese of St Paul
MaioDaniel C.1966PSuedDiocesanOrdained in 1966 and left priesthood in 1974. Died in 2006. Civil suit filed 3/2010 alleges that Maio abused one 15 yr old youth between 1968-1969 while Maio was serving as youth director for the Diocese. Plaintiff claims that Maio gave him and other youths alcohol and marijuana and played strip poker with them. 2nd Suit filed 4/10 allege same circumstances. Both suits settled 5/11 with unknown terms. In 7/11, one accuser was still waiting for Bishop to call his mother to apologize.Pueblo, COSource:
Natinal Catholic Reporter 7.6.11; Pueblo Chieftain 4.7.10; SOA World 4.6.10; KION (AP) 03.18.10; Mercury News 03.18.10; Statement by Mermelstein & Horowitz 03.18.10; Pueblo Chieftain 03.19.10; Pueblo Chieftain 05.18.11
Eugene A.1960 ?PSuedJesuitAccused in suit of sexually abusing one person at Marymount High School in Los Angeles, during the time Maio was on the faculty of the Jesuits' Loyola University. Previously trained in Kansas City KS archdiocese as student priest, and afterward was on faculty of the Jesuits' St. Louis University in St. Louis archdiocese for 2 years. May have been laicized in 1970 or 1971. Was living in Akron OH area in 2003.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 5; LA Times Database 04.20.06; St. Louis American 05.13.09
Assignments: Assignment Record
Harry1942PAccusedDiocesanOrdained for St. Paul archdiocese, incardinated into New Ulm 1957. Majerus' name one of four with "substantiated" claims of sexual abuse of a minor released for the first time by St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese 10/23/14. Allegations against Majerus possibly first made in 1971; he was not removed until 1987. Died 8/28/95.St. Paul-Minneapolis, MNSource:
Minnesota Public Radio 10.23.14; Jeff Anderson & Associates 11.05.14; Bemidji Pioneer 03.29.16; BishopAccountability Lists 03.29.16; CBS Minnesota 03.29.16; Diocese of New Ulm List 03.29.16; KEYC 03.29.16; Mankato Free Press 03.29.16; Minnesota Public Radio 03.29.16; St Peter Herald 03.29.16; Star Tribune 03.29.16
Diocese of New Ulm Assignment Record
Mark J.1987PConvictedDiocesanCharged 1/95 with molesting a 16-year-old boy in the rectory after giving the boy alcohol. Removed 1/12/95 without privileges. In a plea bargain on 3/29/95, pled guilty to fourth-degree misconduct. Sentenced to six months in jail and seven years' probation. Later became affiliated with the MN Episcopal Diocese (not as priest) and arrangements were in place to monitor him while on church property. Named on 12/31/13 Duluth list of priests with credible allegations. Last known to be living in Sun City, AZ.Duluth, MNSource:
Duluth News-Tribune 03.30.95; St Paul Pioneer Press 03.31.95; Duluth News-Tribune 05.15.00; Duluth News-Tribune 02.12.08; Duluth News-Tribune 02.13.08; Statement from the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota 02.18.08; Diocese of Duluth List of Clergy With Credible Claims 12.31.13; Diocese of Duluth Statement by Bishop Sirba 12.31.13; Duluth News Tribune 12.31.13; Legal Examiner 12.31.13; Northlands News Center 12.31.13; Duluth News Tribune 01.01.14; Diocese of Duluth Statement 12.07.15; Duluth News Tribune 12.07.15; Star Tribune 12.07.15; Wall Street Journal 12.07.15; Wall Street Journal 12.11.15
Detailed Assignment Record
Michael D.1981PAccusedDiocesanRemoved from ministry in 2004 after allegations of sexual misconduct in early years of ministry. Vatican permanently removed him from active ministry in 6/06. Died 7/24/15.Detroit, MISource:
Detroit Free Press 08.23.04; Grand Rapids Press 08.23.04; Detroit Free Press 06.06.06; WOOD 06.06.06
MalboeufRonald1965PSettledDiocesanMan filed suit 3/03 alleging that he had been sexually abused in mid-1960s by Malboeuf, beginning when he was about 11 and continuing for 2-3 yrs. Diocese removed Malboeuf after a man went to diocese officials in 1988 to complain that Malboeuf had abused him for about 5 years beginning when he was 10. 2 claims against Malboeuf settled 8/04 as part of $7.5M settlement between 45 claimants and the Diocese involving 18 priests. Malboeuf left ministry in 1988 and was voluntarily laicized 12/89.Springfield, MASource:
Springfield Republican 7.6.03; Boston Globe 03.23.02; Berkshire Eagle 03.24.03; Springfield Republican 08.17.04; Springfield Republican 08.17.04; Press Release by The Office of Stobierski & Stobierski, 12.03.08
MaleeKevin J.1978PSuedDiocesanCriminally charged with 2 counts 11/87. 1988 civil suit accused Malee of assaulting same 15 yr old for two years at rectory, church, family home and while on vacation with family. Malee countersued. Helena Diocese had one archival file and the Great Falls Diocese has two secret archives files. In 1990 Judge denied Plaintiff's request for discovery of these files. Malee ended up in San Diego.Great Falls-Billings, MTSource:
John v. Bp. of Great..; Cascade Cty, MT; # ADV-88-1174; Spokesman Review 11.12.87
Jan1973PSuedDiocesan1998 suit accuses Malicki of abusing two women. One was minor (13) at time of abuse. Police investigated for 2 years; no charges filed. Civil suit dormant for 4 years until Florida Supreme Court ruled 3/2002 that churches not protected from negligent hiring and supervision claims. Malicki filed a suit in July 2002 against Archdiocese for publicly accusing him of wrongdoing. Suit dismissed in 6/2003. Malicki ordained in Poland in 1973; came to Florida in 1989. Women settled suit in 2005. Miami, FLSource:
Miami Herald 07.23.98; Miami Herald 07.24.98; Miami Herald 03.19.02; Dallas Morning News 06.12.02; Miami Herald 03.23.03; Miami Herald 07.01.05; Miami Herald 09.28.06; NBC 6 09.28.06; Sun-Sentinel 09.29.06
MallmanEgon1929PAccusedSJAs part of Section 13.1, Non-Monetary Commitments, of the Society of Jesus, Oregon Province, Reorganization Plan (7/18/11) the province agreed to post on its website the names of all members of the province who are identified as perpetrators of sexualabuse in proofs of claims filed in the bankruptcy case, and who have not denied the allegation. Mallman is included on this list without any additional information on claims against him. Worked in Heart Butte MT for 40 yrs. Died 8/20/80. ncluded on the Helena diocese's list posted to its website 4/29/15 in compliance with the non monetary terms of the 3/5/15 bankruptcy settlement.Portland, ORSource:
Jesuits Oregon Province website accessed 12.07.12; Rocky Mountain Mission - Northwest Accessed 06.23.13; Diocese of Helena List 04.29.16
Assignments: Assignment Record
Joseph J.1970PAccusedDiocesanIn 2001 a man accused Malloy of fondling him on one occasion when he was 8 or 9. Malloy denied. Diocese investigation deemed the accusation "not credible" and Malloy was still an active priest as of 2009. While not named in any litigation, Malloy was included in a 2001 global settlement of claims by 26 people against the Diocese and 5 priests over the years. Total settlement was approx. $15M. Both Diocese and Malloy continued to deny accusations. Died 1/7/16.Bridgeport, CTSource:
Hartford Courant 03.09.01; Hartford Courant 03.13.01; Connecticut Post 03.17.02; Associated Press 03.24.02; Connecticut Post 11.13.02; Connecticut Post 12.01.09; News Time 12.02.09; CT Post 01.07.16
Assignment Record Compiled by Law Firm
MalloyRobert Patrick1983PConvictedDiocesanArrested in 1998 and later charged with sexually exploiting at least 14 boys 1992-1998. Placed on leave. Indictment covered 42 charges. Charges dismissed 2/02 but refiled and in plea agreement 8/02 Malloy pleaded no contest to five lesser counts. Sentenced 9/02 to 5 yrs (less 5 days) probation. 2002 article says he had been writing anonymous, sexually explicit notes to teenage boys at St. Pius High School, offering to pay them for their semen. Served as police chaplain until 1998. Included in Santa Fe archdiocese list of accused on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Albuquerque Tribune 12.18.98; Albuquerque Tribune 12.19.98; Albuquerque Tribune 01.05.99; Albuquerque Journal 02.04.99; Albuquerque Tribune 02.17.99; Albuquerque Journal 02.26.99; Albuquerque Journal 06.29.99; Associated Press 10.09.01; Albuquerque Tribune 08.02.02; Albuquerque Journal 08.03.02; Albuquerque Tribune 09.21.02; Albuquerque Tribune 11.20.02; Albuquerque Tribune 06.11.05; Archdiocese of Santa Fe List 09.12.17
MaloneDonald T.1960PAccusedDiocesanRemoved 1988 from position as high school principal after he was accused of soliciting sex from a young teenage boy. then transferred to three parishes before being placed on permanent leave. Also arrested in 1979 for public lewdness at rest strop.New York, NYSource:
Journal News 4.12.02 (in collection of articles); USA Today 11.11.02
Assignments: Summary of Directory Entries
MaloneEmmet1947PSettledFranciscanAccused in a 2004 lawsuit of molesting an 11-year-old boy in the early 1950s while instructing the boy how to pray. The Franciscans stated that "we believe something did happen," and the suit was settled. Malone also worked at Corpus Christi parish and school in the Chicago IL archdiocese.San Antonio, TXSource:
WOAI-TV 05.26.04
Edward J.1955PAccusedDiocesanRetired 1999. Removed from active ministry 5/09 after allegations in 2007 & 2008 that he sexually abused two minor boys while assigned to St. Mark's parish in Chicago. Accusers did not want to testify before review board because they were afraid Maloney would sue them; they went ahead and testified in 2009. Review board completed investigation & found allegations credible. Matter referred to the Vatican for further action.Chicago, ILSource:
Statement by Archdiocese of Chicago 11.07.09; Chicago Breaking News 11.12.09; Chicago Sun Times 11.12.09; WLS 11.12.09; Chicago Tribune 11.13.09; Chicago Breaking News 11.15.09; Chicago Tribune 11.17.09; WGN 11.17.09; Chicago Archdiocesan Report 01.14.10
Francis F.1959PSuedDiocesanStarted career in Stubenville Diocese. Moved to Florida. Removed from Florida parish in 2002 after 17 yr old accused him of acting inappropriately around him. Youth said he found Maloney in bed with another man and that the priest would walk around his home nude while the youth was there. No criminal charges filed. Youth filed civil suit 3/03. Suit settled in 5/04 for less than $1 million. Maloney admitted to a long-term, "sporadic" sexual relationship with the other priest.Palm Beach, FLSource:
Palm Beach Post 05.04.02; Stuart News/St. Lucie News 05.04.02; Palm Beach Post 05.10.02; Palm Beach Post 05.15.02; Palm Beach Post 01.16.03; Palm Beach Post 03.09.03; Sun Sentinel 03.12.03; Palm Beach Post 02.28.04; Palm Beach Post 05.08.04; Sun Sentinel (AP) 05.09.04
MaloneyJohn P.1964PAccusedDiocesanFirst named publicly as accused in the 8/14/18 PA Grand Jury Report.Pittsburgh, PASource:
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
MaloneyThomas W.1967PSuedDiocesanMaloney is accused in 6/08 civil suit of abuse of one youth in 1995-1996 when the boy was 8 yrs old. Maloney was assigned to Epiphany Catholic Church in Normal and the youth was an altar boy. Lawsuit says a woman reported abuse in 1995 or 1996 and a second woman came forward to say Maloney had molested her as a child in 1970s. Maloney retired in 9/02 because of "health reasons" and died 8/09. Authorities found insufficient evidence to file criminal charges. Civil suit settled 8/13 for $1.35M.Peoria, ILSource:
Pantagraph 06.11.08; Peoria Journal Star 06.11.08; WEEK 06.11.08; WMBD/WYZZ 06.11.08; Pantagraph 06.12.08; Pantagraph 11.06.08; Pantagraph 01.06.09; Pantagraph 01.20.09; Pantagraph 04.20.10; Deposition of Archbishop Myers in Ward v Diocese of Peoria 05.12.10; Pantagraph 08.24.10; Pantagraph 08.25.10; The Record 05.05.13; Pantagraph 05.27.13; Jeff Anderson & Associates 08.12.13; Journal-Star 08.12.13; Pantagraph 08.12.13; SNAP Press Release 08.12.13; SNAP Statement 08.12.13; Star-Ledger 08.12.13; The Record 08.12.13; CBS New York 08.13.13; Journal-Star 08.13.13; Pantagraph 08.13.13; Peoria Journal Star 08.13.13; San Antonio Express News 08.13.13; SNAP Statement 08.13.13; Star Ledger 08.13.13; Statement by Jeff Jones of SNAP 08.13.13; Statement of Andrew Ward, Plaintiff 08.13.13; The Record 08.13.13; The Record 08.13.13; Star Ledger 08.14.13; Star Ledger 08.14.13; National Catholic Reporter 08.15.13; Spiritual Politics 08.15.13; Star Ledger--Apb Myers 08.15.13; The Record 08.19.13; TheDotcommonweal 08.19.13; Catholic Culture 08.20.13; NCR Today 08.20.13; SNAP Statement 08.20.13; Star Ledger (with documents) 08.20.13; TheMediaReport 08.20.13; Washington Post (AP) 08.20.13; NorthJersey 08.21.13; National Catholic Reporter 08.26.13; The Record 09.02.13; The Record 09.02.13
Catholic Post 9.22.02
MaloneyWilliam F.1959 ?PAccusedDiocesanAccused in 2002 of abusing one person at St. Theresa's in North Reading, where Maloney was assigned briefly before he entered the Military archdiocese as a Navy chaplain. The complainant also accused the pastor, Msgr. John J. Lane. Served as Chaplain in Navy from 1968-1973. Per 8/11 Boston Archdiocese database, Maloney was laicized in 1974 on other grounds.Boston, MASource:
Sherman Letter 04.12.02; National Catholic Register 08.25.11; Providence Journal 01.10.16
Assignments: Assignment Record
David J.1967PConvictedDiocesanBishop didn?t investigate 1984 claims that he molested 3 boys. Accused in 1991 of molesting a 15 yr old boy with emotional, learning & behavioral issues. 1992 criminal charges. Found guilty 1993. 5 yr suspended sentence; violated parole 1997 & sent toprison. 1995 civil suit. Sent to Wounded Brothers after release. Indicted 2003 on child porn while at W.B. Pled guilty 2005 and sentenced to 9 yrs federal prison. Released from Fed. prison 9/9/11. Mo. Sex Offender Register 12/11 says incarcerated in WI.Superior, WISource:
Duluth News Tribune (AP) 3.2.05; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 4.2.02; Chicago Tribune 11.06.92; Chicago Tribune 10.06.93; Chicago Tribune 11.10.95; Wausau Daily Herald 12.23.00; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.04.02; Dallas Morning News 06.12.02; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 11.08.03; Duluth News Tribune (AP) 02.28.05; St. Louis Post Dispatch 02.28.05; Duluth News Tribune (AP) 12.09.05; WAOW 12.12.05; SNAP Statement 12.30.08
Assignments: Assignment Record
MalzoneJohn D.1955PAccusedDiocesanLeft ministry in 1970. Died in 2008. Name appears for first time on Joliet diocese list of priests with credible allegations of sexual abuse of minors as revised 3/12/13. No information regarding allegations was found as of 3/16/13.Joliet, ILSource:
Windy City Media Group 03.05.08; Diocese of Joliet List of Priests with Credible Allegations 03.12.13; My Suburban Life 03.12.13; Statement by the Bishop of the Diocese of Joliet 03.12.13; WGN 03.12.13; Diocese of Joliet List of Priests with Credible Allegations 04.30.14
Joseph A.1970PAccusedDiocesanPlaced on leave 6/02 after recent allegations of past sexual abuse. Woman came forward in early 2002 to say that Mancuso abused her in late 1960s beginning when she was 14. Mancuso admitted to "some misconduct." No criminal prosecution because beyond statute of limitations. Mancuso initially told his parish that he was leaving for short time to undergo surgery but it was announced three weeks later that he had been removed because of the allegation.Albany, NYSource:
Times Union 5.8.08; Albany Times Union 06.29.02; Albany Times Union 06.29.02; Albany Times Union 07.14.02; Albany Times Union 07.28.02
MandevilleLucien1935PAccusedDiocesanAccused of abuse of 1 youth in 1944 in Lewiston, 1 in early 1950s (who said Mandeville also abused his younger brother) in Rumford, and 1 during an unknown time frame. Retired in 1973 and died in 1984. Allegations were reported to Diocese in 2002.Portland, MESource:
Portland Press Herald (AP) 7.4.05; Maine AG Document Production 05.27.05; Portland Press Herald 07.17.05
Mangen (Mangan)Daniel J.1980PSuedSoc. Precious BloodLast name is Mangen in 2002 & 1993 Catholic Directories. Per 3/02 story, woman accused Mangen of sexually abusing and raping her for 3 yrs in early 1980s when she was between 16 and 18. Suit filed1999. Mangen had acknowledged being sexually active with adults and minors but denied woman's claims. Did admit that he had been sexually active with two parishioners during the same time. Worked in Chile, SA 1984 and later in Peru. Believed to be in Valdivia, Chile as of 11/10 (not as priest).Cleveland, OHSource:
Plain Dealer 03.10.02; NewsChannel5 (TV) 03.22.02
Assignments: Assignment Record
ManginiCharles M. 1968PAccusedDiocesanRemoved 1993. Name quietly added among 7 others to diocesan website 11/17 of priests laicized by the Vatican office "authorized to deal with cases involving sexual abuse of minors by a cleric."Brooklyn, NYSource:
New York Times 11.09.17; New York Times 11.10.17
MannHubert PSettledDiocesanMann, who died in 1972, is alleged to have abused a 15 year old youth in late 60s. 2002 article says Mann asked the boy to live with him at rectory after boy's foster father died. Mann would give him alcohol and then assault him. Claim was included in 11/02 $950K settlement re 16 Plaintiffs.Manchester, NHSource:
Associated Press 05.31.02; Union Leader 10.12.02; Union Leader 12.09.02; NH AG Audit Records 03.26.09
Andrew1983PSuedCapuchinAssigned to Aiea and Pearl City HI parishes and on Guam. Sued 2003. Accused of abuse of a 19-yr-old, mentally-challenged youth 1997-98. Parents of 2 altar boys complained of his behavior in 1994 but diocese said it was not sexual in nature. Reassigned 2002 to NY prior to civil suit being filed. Civil trial settled for $375K in 1/07 just before trial. Underwent treatment for sexual issues and alcohol abuse. Admitted giving alcohol to boys. 2010 articles allege abuse on Guam during seminary and 1st assignment. Lawsuit in 2017 alleging abuse 1985 of 9 to 10-yr-old altar boy on Guam. Suit in 10/17 claiming abuse in 1985 of 14-yr-old boy in Talofofo, Guam.Honolulu, HISource:
Honolulu Star Bulletin 05.22.03; Honolulu Advertiser 05.23.03; Honolulu Star-Bulletin 02.27.04; TheHawaiiChannel 01.03.07; Honolulu Star-Bulletin 01.06.07; Honolulu Advertiser 01.18.07; Honolulu Advertiser 01.19.07; Honolulu Star Bulletin 01.19.07; Pacific Daily News 01.19.07; KUAM 03.23.10; Marianas Variety 03.24.10; KUAM 03.25.10; Guam Daily Post 05.28.17; KUAM 05.28.17; Pacific Daily News 05.28.17; Pacific Daily News 09.26.17; Guam Daily Post 09.27.17; Guam Daily Post 10.05.17; Pacific Daily News 10.05.17; Pacific News Center 10.05.17; Guam Daily Post 10.13.17; Pacific Daily News 10.13.17
Manning(Thomas) Gregory1944PAccusedDiocesanOn 12/31/13, the diocese released its list of 17 clergy, including Manning, who had been credibly accused of sexual abuse of young persons while serving in the diocese and another five who had been accused while residing in the diocese at some time. Served in diocese from 1944-1957. Removed from ministry 10/16/57; left the diocese in 12/1/57. Died 8/15/79.Duluth, MNSource:
Diocese of Duluth List of Clergy With Credible Claims 12.31.13; Diocese of Duluth Statement by Bishop Sirba 12.31.13; Duluth News Tribune 12.31.13; Legal Examiner 12.31.13; Northlands News Center 12.31.13; Duluth News Tribune 01.01.14; Diocese of Duluth Statement 12.07.15; Duluth News Tribune 12.07.15; Star Tribune 12.07.15; Wall Street Journal 12.07.15; Wall Street Journal 12.11.15
C. (Charles) Robert1997PAcquittedDiocesanAlso known as Charles Robert Manning. Priest of St. Louis Archdiocese, transferred to Colorado. Removed 1/21/12 by Colorado Springs Diocese from St. Gabriel the Archangel after allegation of abuse of a youth. Arrested 5/22/12 on charges re 15-year-old boy. "Retired" 2/23/12 due to declining health. More charges filed 5/31/12 in CO re same boy. Living in MO. Denied charges. Jury trial 7/13. Acquitted on sexual assault & porn; found guilty of 2 counts of giving boy marijuana and alcohol. GIven 4 years probation as of 9/13.Colorado Springs, COSource:
Link to additional articles prior to 02.01.12; The Patch 02.01.12; The Gazette 02.03.12; Colorado Catholic Herald 05.21.12; CBS Denver 05.22.12; Colorado Springs Gazette 05.22.12; The Patch 05.23.12; TheDenverChannel 05.23.12; St Louis Post Dispatch 05.24.12; St Louis Post Dispatch 05.31.12; The Gazette 05.31.12; Riverfront Times 06.01.12; SNAP Statement 06.01.12; The Gazette 06.01.12; Colorado Connection 06.02.12; The Gazette 07.19.12; Colorado Springs Gazette 10.19.12; SF Chronicle 10.19.12; The Gazette 06.24.13; KRDO 06.25.13; SNAP 06.25.13; The Gazette 06.25.13; The Gazette 06.27.13; The Gazette 06.28.13; The Gazette 07.01.13; The Gazette 07.02.13; KRDO 07.03.13; The Gazette 07.03.13; Denver Post 07.04.13; Riverfront Times 07.08.13; Colorado Springs Gazette 09.26.13; Denver Post (AP) 09.26.13; SNAP Statement 09.27.13; SNAP Statement 09.27.13; St Louis Post Dispatch 09.27.13; Riverfront Times 09.30.13
Assignments: Assignment Record
ManningPaul F.1967PAccusedDiocesanAcquitted by jury in 1994 of abusing an 11-yr-old boy in 1993. After acquittal, was not allowed to act as priest and all faculties removed in 1996. In 2002, man and woman came forward to say he had abused them as minors. Still on administrative leave as of 10/15 and canonical proceedings are still in process. He has continued to draw salary since 1996.Boston, MASource:
Boston Globe 12.29.93; Boston Globe 01.07.94; Boston Globe 06.17.94; Boston Globe 06.18.94; Boston Globe 06.21.94; Boston Globe 06.22.94; United Press International 06.24.94; Boston Globe 06.26.94; Boston Globe 10.19.94; Boston Globe 12.10.02; Boston Herald 12.10.02; Boston Globe 03.05.03; Boston Globe 02.09.05; National Catholic Register 08.25.11; Boston Globe 09.09.12
Boston Archdiocesan Assignment Record; Same Record with Addendum
ManspeakerTerry DConvictedDiocesanManspeaker, a deacon, received 5 yrs probation in 1994 after pleading guilty to assaulting a 17 yr old teenage boy and to making sexual advances to a 14 yr old boy.Hartford, CTSource:
Hartford Courant 01.27.95
Anthony J.1976PAccusedDiocesanAccused of making unwelcome advances and discussing homosexual lifestyle with seminary student and taking him to gay bars. Suit filed 1999. Current status of lawsuits unknown. Pastor of St. Peter in Merchantville per 2011 New Jersey Provincial Directory. In 2018 pastor of St Gianna Beretta Molla, Northfield.Camden, NJSource:
Brief in McKelvey v Pierce, 51,840 (New Jersey 2001); New Jersey Provincial Directory, 2011, p 228; Courier Post 03.24.99; Daily Journal 11.08.99; Daily Journal 06.03.00
Alexander1953 ?PSuedFranciscanMan filed suit 6/09 which alleged abuse by Manville and another priest, Gus Krumm, at Sts. Simon and Jude Catholic Church in 1992-1993 when he was 8 yrs old. From 1960-1973 Manville was on faculty of Bishop Diego High School. He was a "non-practicing priest" in 2009 and currently lives in retreat house. Plaintiff's brother joined in suit 1/11 alleging abuse by both priests between 1990-1994. Diocese settled 8/11; order didn't. Jury found in favor of Order 10/11.Orange, CASource:
Mercury News 8.4.11; Orange County Weekly 2.5.11; OC Register 06.11.09; Ernesto C. v. Franciscans, Cause No. 1337577, Santa Barbara Co. Superior Court 10.05.09; Clover v. Franciscans, Cause No. 1338070, Santa Barbara Co. Superior Court 11.03.09; Orange County Register 01.20.11; Orange County Register 10.12.11; Orange County Register 10.21.11; Sacramento Bee 10.21.11; Orange County Register 05.23.12
ManyCharles S.1974PSettledEdmunditeAccused in 1986 of sexual misconduct with boy in Vermont in 1978. In 1994 another young man came forward to say Many had abused him in Connecticut some time between 1978 and1981. Many was removed from parish work after the 1986 accusation. One suit settled for $850K in 2001 but judge ordered new trial. Never held; plaintiff never recovered any money. Many resigned from priesthood in 1994. Suit filed 2015 by man alleging abuse by Many when he was an altar boy late 1970s-early 1980s at Sacred Heart in Groton. File in order's archives showed they knew in at least 1976 that Many was "receiving boys in his room." Diocese and order agreed to $900K settlement. Many denied wrongdoing.Norwich, CTSource:
The Day [New London CT] 10.09.01; Associated Press 10.12.01; Associated Press 05.12.02; The Day 05.14.02; The Day 02.11.04; The Day 02.04.07; Connecticut Law Tribune 01.12.18; Burlington Free Press 01.18.18; AP via US News and World Report 01.19.18
Assignments: Assignment Record
ManzioneArthur DAccusedDiocesanRemoved from duty Aug., 2003. Accused of abuse in the early 1980s. Ordained as a deacon in 1979, Manzione was also an elementary school principal at the time of the abuse. Laicization announced 9/05.New York, NYSource:
Journal News 9.2.05; Journal News 08.21.03; New York Times 08.21.03; Journal News 09.14.03
Fernando L.1983PSuedDiocesanCivil suit filed 1/04 by Manzo's nephew alleging abuse by his uncle for 4 years, beginning when Plaintiff was 8. Some of the abuse is alleged to have occurred at San Felipe De Jesus Parish in Nogales so Diocese is named as a Defendant. Police investigating. Bishop placed Manzo on leave in 12/03 and Manzo fled. Diocese reports he was "removed from priesthood" in 2010.Tucson, AZSource:
Arizona Daily Star 1.6.04; Arizona Daily Republic 12.08.03; Arizona Citizen 12.09.03; Arizona Daily Star 12.10.03; Arizona Daily Star 08.16.04; Arizona Daily Star 12.04.04; Tucson Citizen 12.04.04; Arizona Daily Star 07.30.07; Chicago Tribune 03.11.12
Fox 11 12.4.04; Diocese of Tucson List of Accused Priests n.d.; Diocese of Tucson List of Accused Priests 8.5.11
Francis J.1962PSuedDiocesanManzo is one of 12 priests and a religious brother named in a 10/02 lawsuit against the Diocese of Brooklyn, filed by 43 plaintiffs. One man claimed Manzo violently abused him when he was an altar boy during the early 1990s. Manzo was officially on leave from the diocese beginning in 1995. He is not indexed in the Catholic Directory after 2002. A church bulletin in 9/16 indicates that Marzo was still a priest of the diocese.Brooklyn, NYSource:
Newsday 10.16.02; USA Today 11.11.02; Resurrection Roman Catholic Church 09.11.16
Assignments: Assignment Record
Manuel Perez  ?PSettledBenedictineOne man filed civil suit in 2004 in Fed. court in Albuquerque alleging that he was abused by Maramba in 1976 and 1977 at a parish in NM (then part of the El Paso Diocese but now part of Las Cruces Diocese). Maramba, a citizen of the Philippines, returned there in 1978; 1 article referred to him as foremost music composer of sacred text in the Philippines. Second suit filed 2/07 re abuse in 1970s. Both settled. 3rd suit settled 4/1//10. 4th suit filed 4/13/10 & settled 5/11.El Paso, TXSource:
KOAT 4.2.10; Manila Standard Today 4.5.10; Sun-News 4.2.10; Santa Fe Reporter 07.07.04; Albuquerque Journal 08.07.04; Associated Press 08.07.04; El Paso Times 02.28.07; (AP) 02.28.07; Las Cruces Sun-News 03.01.07; CathNews 04.13.10; Mercury News 04.14.10; El Paso Times 04.18.10; El Paso Times 05.11.10; Alamogordo Daily News 05.21.11; Sun-News 05.21.11
MarcantonioRobert A.1967PSettledDiocesanBishop Reilly knew in 1970 that Marcantonio had molested several 12-14 yr old boys. Marcantonio left for Ames Iowa in 1970 for treatment. He also apparently abused again in Dubuque Archdiocese. 1 civil suit filed 1991 in Iowa, Dubuque suit settled by 1994. 6 filed in 1993 and 1 in 1994 in Rhode Island. Some claims included in 9/02 settlement with Providence Diocese. Died 1999. One claim settled 8/08 as part of $1.326M settlement by Providence Diocese. Cited in 11/08 RICO suit.Providence, RISource:
UPI 11.15.90; Business Record 08.19.91; Providence Journal-Bulletin 03.18.94; Providence Journal-Bullentin 07.03.94; Providence Journal Bulletin 03.19.98; Associated Press 03.17.02; Telegram & Gazette 03.17.02; The Day 03.18.02; Telegram & Gazette 09.01.02; Providence Journal-Bulletin 09.10.02; Des Moines Register 09.18.06; Telegraph Herald 10.10.06; WHO 10.11.06; Providence Journal 08.31.08; Hartford Courant 12.31.08
Dubuque Archdiocesan Report on Assignments and Other Info 9.22.06; Assignment Record
MarcinekHenry J.1956PAccusedDiocesanFirst named publicly accused in the 8/14/18 PA Grand Jury Report. Died 1987.Allegation to diocese in 11/07 from a man who said Marcinek abused him from about 1972, when he was a 10-year-old Holy Rosary student in Republic, until the early 1980s. He said the abuse, including oral copulation, occurred at the rectory, Marsicek's cabin and on trips, including to to Sea World and Geauga Lake in OH and Niagara Falls. Marsicek may have also abused the alleged victim's brother. He said his family was poor and Marsicek gave him money and gifts, including a car. Settled for $10k and 90 counseling sessions.Greensburg, PASource:
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
MardagaRonald1980PAccusedDiocesanIn 1986 Mardaga admitted to sexually abusing a minor in late 1970s. His faculties were removed in 1986. No information on sex of victim current status. Name appeared on Sept. 2002 list of priests accused of abuse which was released by Archdiocese of Baltimore.Baltimore, MDSource:
Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02
Archdiocese of Baltimore 9.25.02
Antonio F1978PSuedDiocesanAccused in 10/12/15 lawsuit of engaging at least once in unpermitted sexual contact with Doe 75, a boy aged about 15 in 1978 at Cathedral High School, where Marfori worked 1978-80. Attorney Jeff Anderson stated that Marfori orally copulated the boy on a trip, and that a second boy was abused by Marfori in the same way. Marfori is a native of the Philippines and graduated from St John's University in Collegeville MN in 1972. After learning of the suit, the diocese removed Marfori's faculties and began an investigation. When the suit was filed, Marfori was not included in the diocese's list of clergy accused of sexual abuse or an addendum to that list. Marfori reportedly remembers the complainant but said there was "no truth" to the allegation. In a 3/16 lawsuit a second former Cathedral High student claimed abuse by Marfori in the 1970s. Diocese added name to its list in 1/18. Per bishop, Marfori was living under restrictions in the diocese.St. Cloud, MNSource:
Doe 75 v Diocese of St Cloud et al 10.12.15; Diocese of St Cloud 10.13.15; MPR 10.13.15; St Cloud Times 10.13.15; Video of Anderson-Bryant News Conference 10.13.15; City Pages 10.14.15; Diocesan List Addendum As Of 10.17.15; Diocesan List As Of 10.17.15; Jeff Anderson & Associates 03.15.16; St Cloud Times 03.16.16; WJON 03.16.16; St Cloud Times 05.29.16; St Cloud Times 05.29.16; WJON 05.29.16; KNSI 01.12.18
Anderson Assignment History; Diocese of St Cloud 10.13.15
Paul1985PConvictedDiocesanAssistant priest at St. Teresa's in Lincoln. Accused of molesting at least 3 boys, ages 11 and 12, on separate occasions within 2 yrs of ordination. Criminal charges filed 7/87 after one of the boys came forward. In 1988 Margand was found guilty. Served approximately 3 yrs. Released 1/91. Diagnosed in prison as pedophile with "obsessive-compulsive personality disorder with paranoid and schizoid features." A 4/02 story said he was a graduate student in criminal justice at Temple Univ. in Philadelphia. Said to be using an assumed name.Lincoln, NESource:
United Press International 06.10.87; United Press International 06.22.87; United Press International 07.08.87; United Press International 07.10.87; United Press International 02.11.88; United Press International 06.21.89; Omaha World Herald 04.14.02; Omaha World Herald 04.14.02; Omaha World Herald 04.14.02
Angel Crisostomo1992PConvictedJesuitMariano was a cross-dresser who was convicted of child molestation in 1998 for performing oral sex on a teenage boy while posing as a 25-yr-old woman. Served 5 months in jail. Jesuit leaders had reprimanded Mariano for sexual misconduct at least 5 years prior to the 1998 incident. Jesuits had apparently been moving him around since 1988. After release from prison he moved to Jesuit community at Los Gatos where other priests abused two mentally disabled residents.San Jose, CASource:
LA Times 03.24.02; San Jose Mercury 03.27.02; San Jose Mercury News 03.30.02; MetroActive 05.09.02; Dallas Blog 03.21.12
BA.Org Assignment Record
MarieEva NSuedSisters of Charity of NazarethNun. Named as an abuser of one youth in 1960s and 1970s at St. Thomas-St. Vincent Orphanage per civil suit filed in 2004 by approximately 50 people.Louisville, KYSource:
Courier-Journal 07.23.05
MarieGenevieve NSuedSisters of St. FrancisA man and a woman, both 60, allege in 8/07 civil suit that Sister Genevieve Marie, a nun and teacher at St. James School in McMinnville, engaged in acts of physical and mental cruelty toward them in the mid- to late 1950s.Portland, ORSource:
The Oregonian 08.02.07; Statesman Journal 08.03.07; Catholic Sentinel 08.09.07
MarierEdward1988PSuedDiocesanIn 11/06 woman sued Marier and Bishop William Skylstad over allegations that the priest possessed child pornography. Woman said she found the porn in 1996 while cleaning the priest's room. She told the Bishop. Marier denied that it was child porn but was sent for treatment. Later reassigned. Woman says in suit that the bishop defamed her by publicly issuing a strongly-worded press release that supported Marier. Court dismissed lawsuit 3/07 on Defense Motion.Spokane, WASource:
Seattle Post-Intelligencer (AP) 11.14.06; Spokesman Review 11.14.06; Spokesman Review 11.17.06; Spokesman Review 03.31.07
Assignment Record as created by
MarinMiguel1978PSuedDiocesan17 yr old plaintiff and another boy spent night at rectory 4/96. Marin gave them alcoholic beverages and allowd them to watch an R-rated movie. After the boys went to sleep, Marin got into bed with them and attempted to "french kiss" plaintiff.Plaintiff stopped him but shortly began to exhibit signs of mental disturbance and was hospitalized. Parents filed suit on his behalf in August, 1996. Suit was settled in Sept. 1996 for $23,000. Still on leave as of 2002 OCD.El Paso, TXSource:
Ruben v. Dio of El Paso; El Paso, Cty; # 96-2995
MarinoVincent1983PSuedDiocesanMan filed suit 09/13 alleging abuse as a teenager by Marino at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Niantic. Marino would give him wine, buy liquor for him, and watch porn with him before assaulting him. Plaintiff says he reported abuse when he was in his 20s but no action taken by Diocese. Marino was later transferred to another parish and is currently serving at parish in Siracusa, Sicily.Norwich, CTSource:
The Day 10.09.13
MarionSister NSuedUrsulineTwo allegations of abuse by Sister Marion at St. Ignatius Mission on Flathead Indian Reservation are included in 9/11 civil suit against Ursuline Order and Helena Diocese filed by 45 people against 4 nuns, 6 priests and 1 brother.Helena, MTSource:
The Missoulian 09.27.11; John Does 1-16 et al v Ursuline Sisters, Diocese of Helena, et al, Cause No ADV-2011-936, Montana First Judicial District Court, Lewis & Clark County, 10.03.11; The Missoulian 01.31.14
Marion JudeSister NAccusedUnknownOne pending claim against Sr. Marion Jude shown in bankruptcy reorganization documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1/25/10.Fairbanks, AKSource:
Excerpt from Bankruptcy Reorganization Documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1.25.10, p. 2
Mark(unknown) BSuedorder?Sued 2003. Accused of abuse from 1979-1983. Alleged victim committed suicide.Los Angeles, CASource:
Pasadena Star-News 04.23.03
Francis Xavier1952PSuedDiocesanFrom Ireland. Arrested 11/09 at age 81 in South Bend IN on warrant from Ireland. Charges relate to abuse of a 15-yr-old boy in Ireland in 1968. Suspended at least 3 times and in treatment 4 times, including Paracletes in NM in 1981. Worked w/ Paracletes for some time before being sent to work in New Ulm. Extradited to Ireland 2010. Died 9/12 while awaiting trial. Named in civil suits against New Ulm Diocese and Paracletes 1/11 and 12/13 & 2/14 (includes Diocese's counter-suit against Irish Diocese 3/14.) Name included on New Ulm list released by Atty Jeff Anderson 08/04/14. Names came from deposition of Rev. Francis Garvey, a former top New Ulm Diocese official, taken in 1/14.New Ulm, MNSource:
South Bend Tribune 11.10.09; Irish Independent 11.11.09; RTE News 11.11.09; Irish Independent 11.12.09; South Bend Tribune 11.12.09; The Independent 11.12.09; Irish Independent 11.13.09; WLNS (AP) 11.13.09; RTE News (Ireland) 11.16.09; South Bend Tribune 11.16.09; South Bend Tribune 11.17.09; South Bend Tribune 11.19.09; WANE 02.18.10; WSBT 02.18.10; Irish Independent 02.21.10; South Bend Tribune 04.19.10; South Bend Tribune 07.12.10; Irish Independent 09.20.12; Press Release from Anderson & Assoc 12.11.13; CT Post 12.12.13; Houston Chronicle 12.12.13; KEYC News 12 12.12.13; KSTP 12.12.13; Mankato Free Press 12.12.13; West Central Tribune 12.12.13; In-Forum 12.13.13; Mankato Free Press 01.06.14; Minnesota Public Radio 01.06.14; News 12 KEYC 01.06.14; Fr Francis Garvey Deposition 01.24.14; KEYC 03.27.14; Minnesota Public Radio 03.27.14; Salt Lake Tribune 03.27.14; Irish Central 03.28.14; KARE 11 03.28.14; Highland Radio 03.30.14; KSTP 08.04.14; Mankato Free Press 08.04.14; Pioneer Press 08.04.14; Star Tribune 08.04.14; Advocate Tribune 02.26.16; Independent Review 03.10.16; Advocate Tribune 03.11.16; BishopAccountability Lists 03.29.16; CBS Minnesota 03.29.16; Diocese of New Ulm List 03.29.16; KEYC 03.29.16; Mankato Free Press 03.29.16; Minnesota Public Radio 03.29.16; Star Tribune 03.29.16; Advocate Tribune 04.21.16; Advocate Tribune 06.02.16; Bemidji Pioneer 0 11.29.17
Assignments: Assignment Record; Diocese of New Ulm Assignment Record
William Joseph1936PSuedDiocesanOrdained for St. Paul archdiocese, incardinated 1957 in New Ulm diocese. Suits filed by 4 men 4/94 alleging abuse by Marks in late 1950s and early 1960s while assigned to St. John's in Hector. Two of the men were cousins. One of the men told his parents and they went to church trustees. In 1962 Marks was sent to another parish. He died in 1979 at age 71. Named in new civil suit filed 11/12/13 against St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese and New Ulm diocese. Another man came forward 3/14. Additional suit filed 6/17/14 by man who alleged Marks would pay him for sexual acts in 1950s when he delivered newspapers to the rectory. Name included on New ULM list released by Atty Jeff Anderson 08/04/14. Names came from deposition of Rev. Francis Garvey, a former top New Ulm Diocese official, taken in 1/14.New Ulm, MNSource:
FindAGrave 11.18.79; St Paul Pioneer Press 04.23.94; New Ulm Journal 05.22.94; Mille Lacs Messenger 07.15.09; Fairmont Sentinel 07.05.13; SNAP Press Release 08.14.13; KEYC 08.16.13; Marshall Independent 08.17.13; SNAP Minnesota on YouTube 08.24.13; SNAP Minnesota 08.30.13; Petition in John Doe 107 v Arch of St Paul Minneapolis and Diocese of New Ulm 11.12.13; SNAP Minnesota 11.18.13; Statement by Noaker Law Firm 11.18.13; KDUZ 11.19.13; Mankato Free Press 11.19.13; Pioneer Press 11.19.13; The Journal 11.19.13; Marshall Independent 12.07.13; Mankato Free Press 01.06.14; Fr Francis Garvey Deposition 01.24.14; MN SNAP (with documents) 03.26.14; Pioneer Press 06.17.14; City Pages 07.30.14; KSTP 08.04.14; Pioneer Press 08.04.14; Star Tribune 08.04.14; Jeff Anderson & Associates 11.05.14; Bemidji Pioneer 03.29.16; BishopAccountability Lists 03.29.16; CBS Minnesota 03.29.16; Diocese of New Ulm List 03.29.16; KEYC 03.29.16; Mankato Free Press 03.29.16; Minnesota Public Radio 03.29.16; Star Tribune 03.29.16
Diocese of New Ulm Assignment Record
Theodore1965PSuedDiocesanLaicized. Marmo's name included on the archdiocese's list 1/15/16 of clergy and religious with established, admitted or credible allegations against them of sexual abuse of a minor. Worked in archdiocese until 1992 in Kenmore, Everett, Seahurst, Federal Way, Seattle and Olympia. Alleged in suit filed 5/17 of abusing child in 1970s, and of ignoring parents concerns that youth minister Jim Funnell was molesting their son. Marmo living in Palm Springs in 5/17/16.Seattle, WASource:
Archdiocese of Seattle List 01.15.16; Herald Net 01.15.16; KIRO 01.15.16; KUOW 01.15.16; The Stranger 01.15.16; Edmonds Beacon 01.16.16; KIRO 05.17.16
Archdiocese of Seattle List 01.15.16
Robert F.1950PAccusedDiocesanAccused in 1995 of sexually abusing a 3- to 6-year-old girl in 1967-70. The abuse is alleged to have included rape. Marrer took a leave of absence in 1971 and died in 1996.Steubenville, OHSource:
Cincinnati Enquirer (AP) 2.9.06; The Post 02.27.06
Assignments: Assignment Record
MarronMichael Victor1930PAccusedDiocesanMarron, a priest of the Clogher Diocese in Ireland, is named on list of priests with credible allegations released by San Diego diocese 3/30/07. He served in the diocese at 5 parishes between 1961-1963 and then left diocese at Bishop's request. Personnel File released 10/10. 1963 letter says he was overly-familiar with children, particularly girls. He is deceased. Brother of accused abuser Peter J. Marron.San Diego, CASource:
Lompoc Record 03.30.07; San Diego Union Tribune 03.31.07; San Diego Union Tribune 10.24.10; Documents Released by San Diego Diocese 10.25.10
Diocese of San Diego List 3.30.07
Peter Joseph1936PAccusedAugustinianBorn in Ireland but came to US at age 16. Name appears on list of priests with credible allegations released by San Diego diocese 3/30/07. No specific information can be found about allegations against him. Navy Chaplain 1945-1969. Died 3/98 at age 91.Brother of Michael V. Marron, also accused abuser.San Diego, CASource:
Lompoc Record 03.30.07; San Diego Untion Tribune 03.31.07; San Diego Union Tribune 10.24.10; Records Released by San Diego Diocese 10.25.10
Diocese of San Diego List 3.30.07
MarshJohn 1958PSettledDiocesanMarsh resigned from active priesthood in late 1988. He admitted molesting about 10 boys. Named in 2002 civil suit by 3 brothers and their mother. The brothers accused him of abuse between 1969-1973. Settled 12/03 for $425K. Youngest brother of the 3 original plaintiffs filed his own suit in late 1/05. Marsh may have been laicized in 1989. He was deposed in the Paul Conn case. Named in new suit 6/11 by 1 man. Name included on archdiocese's list 1/15/16 of clergy and religious with established, admitted or credible allegations against them of sexual abuse of a minor. Deceased.Seattle, WASource:
Seattle Post-Intelligencer 07.12.02; Seattle Times 07.12.02; Seattle Post-Intelligencer 12.12.03; Seattle Times 12.12.03; Seattle Post-Intelligencer 02.01.05; Seattle Post-Intelligencer 06.14.11; Archdiocese of Seattle List 01.15.16; The Columbian 01.15.16; The Stranger 01.15.16; Bellevue Reporter 01.21.16; KING5 01.28.16; Bellevue Reporter 02.10.16
Archdiocese of Seattle List 01.15.16
MarshallThomas R.1959 ?PChargedPaulistCharged with 20 counts lewd acts upon child under 14 between 1959-1963 (at least 3 accusers). Moved to Canada; DA attempting to extradite as of 2003. Named in 12/03 civil suit. In residence at Paulist Centre for Catholic Evangelization Toronto, ON, Canada per Paulist website accessed 9/19/09.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 5; Associated Press 03.26.03; LA Times 03.26.03
LA Times Database 4.20.06
William Hodgson (Hod1951PConvictedBasilian (C.S.B.)Ordained in Canada. School principal in Toronto & Windsor from 1952-1956. Worked at St. Thomas High in Houston, TX from 1956-1957. Returned to Canada. Also did missionary work in St. Lucia. First allegation made in 1998 re abuse in 1969. Retired 1997. Treatment at St. Luke's. In 2010 he was charged with abuse in Toronto and Windsor in 1950s and 1980s. Pled Guilty 6/11 to abuse of 16. Prison: 2 yrs. More suits 12/11. Order denies any allegations of abuse during time in Houston.Galveston-Houston, TXSource:
Montreal Gazette 05.21.10; Windsor Star 05.22.10; Windsor Star 05.22.10; Windsor Star 05.22.10; Houston Chronicle 06.21.10; Windsor Star 07.03.10; Toronto Star 08.09.10; Windsor Star 08.10.10; Globe and Mail 09.23.10; Toronto Star 09.23.10; Windsor Star 09.23.10; CBC News 09.24.10; CBC News 10.14.10; CTV 10.14.10; Globe & Mail 10.21.10; Toronto Star 10.21.10; Sudbury Star 11.18.10; Vancouver Sun 06.09.11; StarPhoenix 07.08.11; CTV 08.06.14; SNAP Statement 08.06.14; Sylvia's Site 08.06.14; Windsor Star 08.06.14; StarPhoenix 08.07.14; Northern Life 09.05.14
Robert (Bob)1968PConvictedS.D.S. SalvatorianAssigned to St. Pius X parish in Wauwatosa WI in 2001. Removed 3/28/13 when teacher reported questionable behavior with a student at school. Ordered to stay away from children and under the supervision of his Order pending police investigation. No criminal charges to be filed as of 4/12/13. Similar incidents in Sacramento diocese 1980s-1990s were reported to WI in 5/13 and police late 2012. No charges in WI 5/8/13. Charged in 2/17 with felony child sexual assault re alleged incidents of abuse of a girl at St. Pius X parish and school 2007-2010, starting when she was age 6. Pled guilty in 10/17 to reduced charges. Sentenced 12/17 to 1 year in House of Corrections.Sacramento, CASource:
620WTMJ 03.29.13; Excerpt from History of St Pius Parish accessed 03.30.13; WISN 03.30.13; Wauwatosa Patch 03.31.13; Fox 6 04.01.13; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.01.13; Divine Savior Parish Announcement 04.12.13; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.12.13; Wauwatosa Patch 04.12.13; Fox 40 04.15.13; KCRA 04.15.13; News 10 04.15.13; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.16.13; Wauwatosa Patch 04.16.13; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.18.13; Wauwatosa Patch 04.18.13; Journal Times 04.19.13; Sacramento Bee 04.19.13; LaCrosse Tribune 07.15.13; Kenosha News 10.19.13; Berger's Beat 07.07.14; CBS 58 02.23.17; Fox 6 02.23.17; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 02.23.17; WISN 02.23.17; CBS 58 03.07.17; Wauwatosa Now 03.14.17; Fox6 News 10.23.17; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 10.23.17; FOX6 Now 12.15.17; Journal Sentinel 12.15.17; Azcentral 05.17.18
Assignments: Assignment
Guy D.1973PAccusedDiocesanIn 1994, a man told the diocese that he had been abused by Marsico in 1982 at age 13. Marsico was assigned to St. Leo the Great in Rohrerstown and later to St. Rose of Lima in York. Diocese investigated and removed Marsico from active ministry without privileges. Diocese arranged for Marsico to pay for man's therapy and medication. It denied him any type of settlement because it said it had no knowledge of the sexual abuse at the time it happened. The man testified before a grand jury in 10/16 for the state A.G.'s investigation of 6 PA dioceses. He said that the D.A. in the late 1990s told him there were other Marsico victims. In 2011 Marsico was reportedly a Harrisburg travel agent. Name included on the diocese's list released 8/1/18.Harrisburg, PASource:
Patriot-News 04.04.11; NECN 04.11.11; Patriot News 02.13.13; The Tribune Review 03.09.16; York Daliy Record 08.09.16; Lancaster Online 08.11.16; PennLive 05.01.18; Pennlive 08.01.18; York Daily Record 08.01.18; York Daily Record 08.01.18; Lebanon Daily News 08.02.18; York Daily Record 08.02.18; York Daily Record 08.06.18
MartellDennis L.1976PAccusedDiocesanPer a 9/02 Status Report from Detroit Archdiocese, Martell had been ordained for the Archdiocese but has been laicized. Name also appears on the Detroit Archdiocese Status Report of 5/04. His name appeared in 1993 Catholic Directory but not in 2002 edition.Detroit, MISource:
Archdiocese of Detroit Status Report 10.09; Detroit Archdiocese Status Report 11.02; USA Today 11.11.02
Daniel J1943PAccusedDiocesanAccused 3/22/18 by a former priest of the Erie diocese of molesting him beginning when he was age 16 in 1985-89. The former priest said he was a devout boy whose home life was troubled. In 1984 Martin had been named by Pope John Paul II a Prelate of Honor with the title Monsignor. Abuse is alleged at St George's in Erie, where Martin was pastor, and after Martin's 1986 retirement, at Mount Calvary church and Mercyhurst College in Erie, where Martin was in residence. The diocese confirmed that the survivor brought the allegation to Bishop Persico in 2014. The complainant testified before the grand jury investigating how Erie and other PA dioceses handled allegations. Martin died 5/23/06.Erie, PASource:
GoErie 03.23.18; Courier-Express 03.25.18; Bradford Era 03.30.18; Diocese of Erie 04.06.18; GoErie 04.06.18; WIVB 04.18.18; PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
Faith Life 06.11.06; PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
MartinJames Aloysius< 1934PAccusedDiocesanAccused of abuse of 1 between 1934-1938 per Archdiocesan report. Retired 1954. Died per report. .Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 2
LA Times Database 4.20.06
John1918PAccusedDiocesanTwo men came to Diocese 6/10 to allege abuse by Martin. Notices were placed in two church bulletins and four more accusers came forward. All alleged abuse in 1950s-early 1960s. Martin served as pastor of St. Mary Parish in Morrice before going to St. Isidore Parish in Laingsburg from 1941 to 1966 He retired in 1966 when church burned down and died in 1968. Thus far, all of the accuers are from Laingsburg. Bishop said he believes allegations to be true.Lansing, MISource:
Argus-Press News 08.24.10; Argus-Press News 08.24.10; Detroit Free Press 08.24.10; Lansing State Journal 08.24.10; Michigan Radio 08.24.10; Statement by Diocese of Lansing 08.24.10; Detroit Free Press 08.25.10; Lansing State Journal 08.25.10; Lansing State Journal 08.25.10; Lansing State Journal 08.26.10
MartinJohn F. PSuedDiocesanCivil suit filed 10/09 alleged that Martin and another priest, Andrew Burke, sexually assaulted him on multiple occasions in early 1970s when he worked as a Janitor at St. Pius X Parish. Some of the abuse occurred prior to his 18th birthday. Martin died in late 1970s. This is believed to be first case naming Martin.Pueblo, COSource:
Denver Post 10.21.09; Pueblo Chieftain 10.22.09
MartinJon C.1965PAccusedDiocesanAssigned to St. Martin's Parish in Boston AD when he took a 14 yr old boy and his brother to his family home in NH in 1965 to shovel snow and chop wood and allegedly groped the boy. Man reported abuse in 2002. Martin took leave in 2000 and resigned in 2001 from position as pastor of the church where convicted child molestor Chris Reardon worked after claims that he ignored complaints about Reardon. Per 8/11 Boston AD database, accusations found unsubstantiated. Retired; privileges still restricted 10/15.Boston, MASource:
Boston Herald 10.19.00; Boston Globe 02.24.01; Boston Herald 08.20.01; Boston Globe 11.01.01; Boston Herald 01.29.02; Boston Globe 02.01.02; National Review 02.11.02; Boston Herald 02.17.02; Boston Globe 06.06.02; Boston Globe 01.31.03; Documents from Manchester Report 03.03.03; Union Leader 03.04.03; Boston Globe 03.05.03; National Catholic Register 08.25.11
Boston Archdiocesan Assignment Record
Kenneth J.1989PAccusedDiocesanArrested 2001 for child sex abuse while a lay teacher at Loyola Blakefield H.S. in 1970s. Adjudicated in 12/01, no trial. Court ruled "probation before judgment." On list of abusive priests released by Bp Saltarelli 11/16/06. Also on list released by Baltimore Archdiocese 9/02. "Formally barred" by Vatican 9/08. Worked for entity owned by Chicago Arch. for several yrs after sentence. Wilmington paid cash payments until 11/09. Blocked release of personnel files 12/12. Pension reinstated by Court 12/12.Wilmington, DESource:
Baltimore Sun 06.27.01; Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02; Chicago Sun-Times 02.28.03; Chicago Sun-Times 03.01.03; Chicago Sun-Times 03.02.03; Chicago Sun-Times 03.07.03; National Catholic Reporter 03.10.04; National Catholic Reporter 03.31.06; The Dialog 11.16.06; News Journal 11.19.06; Chicago Sun-Times 09.09.08; Chicago Sun-Times 10.18.08; Chicago Sun-Times 10.23.08; Examiner 11.12.08; Pocono Record 11.28.09; NECN 08.11.11; News Journal 08.12.11; Diocese of Wilmington List of Accused Priests 02.16.12; News Journal 12.06.12; ABC 27 12.18.12
; BA.Org Parish Assignments of Accused Delaware Priests
Kenneth L.1977PAccusedDiocesanAccused of abuse of two teenage brothers. One told auxiliary bishop Pichelli in 1983 but nothing done. Martin later moved to prominent position in diocese and then returned to parish ministry. Man went to Archbishop McCarrick in 1996 or 1997. Martin was removed for a time then returned to duty as a hospital chaplain. In 2013 he was still a priest, without privileges, working as a train conductor for NJ Transit. He successfully sued to keep personnel file from being released in Bankruptcy.Newark, NJSource:
Mark Crawford, Testimony before the NJ Senate, 01.26.04; New York Times 12.18.05; Jersey Journal 01.09.12; Star-Ledger 11.03.13; National Catholic Reporter 07.17.18; Church Militant 09.03.18
Assignments: Assignment Record
MartinPatrick H.1937PSuedDiocesanAccused in a 2/26/04 suit of sexually abusing altar boys at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs in Manhattan. Three plaintiffs allege abuse 1955-61, beginning at age 11, 10, and 13, with one claiming >200 incidents during 5 years. Martin also had a disciplinary role at parish grammar school. Suit claims other altar boys besides the plaintiffs were abused.New York, NYSource:
Complaint 02.26.04
Martin MarieSister NSuedSchool Sisters of Notre DameSued in 2005. One of several religious accused of abuse at Madonna Manor, a Catholic home for troubled children. Man claimed that she beat him when he tried to tell her about rape by Gilbert Gauthe when Gauthe was still a seminarian.New Orleans, LASource:
Times Picayune 08.25.05; Times Picayune 03.14.06; Times Picayune 10.20.09; City of Angels 10.25.09
Martin, M.I.C.M.Joseph M. BSuedBrother of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (M.I.C.M.), based at St. Benedict Abbey in Harvard MA. Martin died 12/29/13 qt age 86. A man told the Order in 2017 that Martin raped him as a boy in the 1970s. The man filed suit in 7/18, claiming Abbot Francis X. Connelly knew Martin admitted the abuse to the police in 2013, but didn't tell him. A CA monsignor had contacted police after the man confided in him. The man also claimed the Abbot offered to help with his medical expenses, but withdrew the offer because his needs were too costly.Worcester, MASource:
Boston Globe Obituary 01.02.14; AP via Star Tribune 07.18.18
Martin/PeraltaPhilip1979PAccusedDiocesanFirst identified publicly as accused in Santa Fe archdiocese list on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Archdiocese of Santa Fe list 09.12.17
MartinezArmando1961PAccusedServants of ParacleteSent to Servants of the Paraclete for treatment in 1988. Relieved of his duties in 1993 after allegation of 1992 abuse of minor. Retired in 1994 after he was accused of sexual misconduct with a boy 20 yrs previously. Civil suit filed. In 5/94 Martinez was found murdered on the road to the Paraclete retreat. The police arrested a man who claimed Martinez fondled him after they had both been drinking. The man was later sentenced to 50 yrs in prison for the murder. Lawsuit filed 8/15 alleged rape by Martinez over 2-yr. period of altar boy at Sacred Heart in Española NM in late 1980s. Included in Santa Fe archdiocese list of accused on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Albuquerque Tribune 05.06.97; Albuquerque Tribune 05.07.97; Santa Fe New Mexican 05.07.97; Albuquerque Tribune 05.09.97; Santa Fe New Mexican 05.09.97; Albuquerque Journal 05.10.97; Albuquerque Journal 11.20.97; Albuquerque Journal 02.04.98; Albuquerque Journal 03.03.98; Albuquerque Journal 10.13.15; Archdiocese of Santa Fe List 09.12.17; Taos News 09.22.17; Rio Grande Sun 09.26.17
MartinezCharles1980PSuedFrancisanCivil suit filed 12/93 alleged Martinez abused one youth from 1977-1983, beginning when the plaintiff was 12 and Martinez was studing to be a Franciscan Friar. Martinez would take the boy with him on trips throughout the U.S. Martinez denied all allegations but was suspended when allegations surfaced 4/93. Some defendants dropped 4/95 after settlement with one. Remaining portion against Martinez was dismissed 5/95.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Albuquerque Journal 5.7.95; Romero v. Fanciscian...;Bernalillo Cty, NM; #D-202-CV-9311111; Albuquerque Journal 05.23.95
MartinezErnest BSuedSalesianAccused of abuse of 1 from 1965-1966 per archdiocesan report. He was assigned to St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower at the time. Working at Bishop Mora High School per 1989 Official Catholic Directory. Named in at least 1 civil suit. He was last known to be at Salesian provincial headquarters in San Francisco.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 6; 01.28.08; City of Angels 03.19.08; Contra Costa Times 04.01.08
LA Times Database 4.20.06
MartinezLuis (Louis) PSettledSons of the Holy FamilyTwo civil suits filed against Martinez in NM in 1994. Both allege that Martinez abused minor females. No dates for abuse are given in either suit. Martinez allegedly left the priesthood but no information on laicization. At least one suit (maybe both) settled by Archdiocese of Santa Fe and Sons of the Holy Family 12/95. Included in Santa Fe archdiocese list of accused on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Santa Fe New Mexican 01.11.96; Archdiocese of Santa Fe List 09.12.17; Rio Grande Sun 09.26.17
MartinezRobert Lee1979PAccusedDiocesanFirst identified publicly as accused in Santa Fe archdiocese list on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Archdiocese of Santa Fe list 09.12.17
MartinezRoger L.1976PAccusedDiocesanFirst identified publicly as accused in Santa Fe archdiocese list on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Archdiocese of Santa Fe list 09.12.17
Ruben D.1968PSuedOblates of Mary ImmaculateAccused of abuse of seven 1970-1981 per archdiocesan report. At least two civil suits filed 12/03. Working in Oakland diocese in 2003. Eight lawsuits settled 2007. Personnel files released by Order 7/31/13 show some allegations written in Japanese characters to disguise references to admissions of homosexuality and relations with boys. Admitted in 2005 to abusing as many as 100 boys. In 2013 possibly living in Catholic center in Missouri or in Oakland.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report page 5 02.17.04; Calgary Herald 07.31.13; Contra Costa Times 07.31.13; LA Times 07.31.13; Personnel File released by Order 07.31.13; Yahoo! News 07.31.13; Daily Mail (UK) 08.01.13; International Business Times 08.01.13; Kansas City Star 08.01.13; LA Times 08.01.13; SNAP Statement 08.01.13; DFW Catholic 08.02.13; The Salon 08.02.13; KGO 08.06.13; SNAP Statement 08.06.13; Univision 14 08.08.13
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 4.20.06
Samuel F. BSuedFSC - Brothers of the Christian SchoolsOne man filed suit 3/03 alleging abuse when he was a sophomore /Jr. at Cathedral High in El Paso in mid 1980s. Others came forward to allege abuse. One was abused in New Orleans before Br. Sam was transferred to El Paso. Suit settled 7/04. One of the additional plaintiffs also filed suit in 5/04. Criminal investigation pending as of 2004. Was working in Santa Fe when suit filed. Retired. Currently living in Lafayette, LA diocese. 2 men settled a suit 1/12 for $1.6M. New suit 3/12 & another 4/12. Living in Lafayette, LA 9/14 and allowed (under safety plan) to travel to Holy Family Community on the campus of John Paul The Great Academy on weekends for religious exercises. Order has replied that he no longer visits because he has cancer.New Orleans, LASource:
El Paso Times 03.05.03; KFoxTV 05.02.08; El Paso Times 05.10.10; Diocese of Lafayette Website: 2011 Jubilarians 05.09.11; El Paso Times 01.20.12; KVIA 01.20.12; El Paso Times 01.21.12; Santa Fe New Mexican 03.05.12; El Paso Times 04.05.12; KFOX 14 04.06.12; KATC 09.08.14; SNAP Statement 09.08.14; SNAP Statement 09.08.14; Advertiser 09.10.14; SNAP Statement 09.10.14
Martinez, Jr.
Frank R.1982PAccusedDiocesanAccused of propositioning a 15-year-old boy in a motel room in 1986. Boy told parents and civil suit filed. It settled for approx. $22,500. Placed on leave 1987. Diocese asked Vatican to laicize him but Vatican ruled he was entitled to a church trial.Laicized in 2008. Also worked in Springfield IL and Rochester NY dioceses.Davenport, IASource:
Des Moines Register 02.26.04; Des Moines Register 07.08.04; WQAD 01.18.05; Des Moines Register 01.19.05; Docese of Davenport Creditors' Committee 08.27.07; Quad-City Times 07.10.08
Assignments: Concise Assignment Record; Assignment Record; Catholic Messenger 7.17.08
Richard M.1980PSuedDiocesanAccused of abuse of a boy 1990-91 at Our Lady Queen of Angels Seminary, per archdiocese. Suit filed 12/03. Archdiocese says it had investigated and allegations were unfounded. Suit settled as part of 12/06 $60M settlement re 22 priests. Recently transferred to new assignment and parishioners not told of past allegations. Named in suit filed 10/18. Still active parish priest in 10/18.Los Angeles, CASource:
Palisadian-Post 12.06.02; Los Angeles Times 02.07.04; LA Archdiocesan Report 02.17.04; Ten-Minute Activist 04.02.06; LA Times 12.02.06; Ventura County Star 12.02.06; City of Angels 12.07.07; Our Lady of Perpetual Help website 04.08.10; The Signal 04.08.10; The Tidings 04.12.10; Santa Barbara Independent 01.16.14; KHTS 10.17.18
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 4.20.06
Nilo C. PConvictedUnknownBrazilian pediatrician and order priest. Convicted 1985 of abuse of boy, age 12. Sent for treatment before conviction. Served only about 5 weeks of 23-46 month sentence. Immediately deported/returned to Brazil. Remained active priest there for for many years.Philadelphia, PASource:
Philadelphia Grand Jury Report; Philadelphia Grand Jury Report--Patterns; Philadelphia Daily News 04.27.02; Philadelphia Daily News 04.29.02; Associated Press 04.30.02; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.16.02; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.23.02; USA Today 11.11.02; Philadelphia Inquirer 09.17.05; National Catholic Reporter 04.28.06
Loville N1963PAccusedDiocesanPlaced on "medical leave" in 10/93 after accused of sexually abusing a boy, age 8-12, beginning in 1974, when Martlock was a religion teacher at Notre Dame High School. In 2002, Martlock was retired, living out of state, and not functioning as a priest. Died in 2014. Included in 3/20/18 diocesan list. List included deceased priests only if they had more than one allegation. In 9/18 a Buffalo deacon said that he was sexually abused by Martlock at age 16, in 1970. He said Rev. Mark Friel also abused him.Buffalo, NYSource:
Buffalo News 10/14/18; Buffalo News 04.21.94; Buffalo News 04.02.02; Buffalo News 02.28.18; NIagara Gazette 03.13.18; WIVB 03.13.18; Buffalo News 03.20.18; Buffalo Stories 03.20.18; Diocese of Buffalo 03.20.18; Buffalo News 03.21.18
Jeff Anderson & Associates Assignment History
James A. DAccusedDiocesanOrdained as permanent deacon in 1983. Placed on leave in 2004 after allegations he abused a child beginning in 1991 and continuing for several years. Marton also placed on leave from his job as business manager of a third parish pending results of theinvestigation. Diocese announced 5/05 that review board found allegations to be credible. Permanently removed from ministry.Springfield, MASource:
Boston Globe (AP) 05.12.04; Republican 06.02.04; Press Release by Diocese of Springfield 05.11.05; Springfield Diocese List of Accused Religious with Credible Allegations 08.30.11
Mary AndrewSister NAccusedUnknownSister Mary Andrew (a/k/a Sister Frances Doyle) has been accused of sexual abuse of at least two girls at Notre Dame School in Manhattan in mid-1940s. School was run by Society of St. Ursula; Sr. Mary Andrew was the principal. One accuser was said she was abused as a 14-year-old sophomore. She went on to become a nun but left the order years later. The school and the order have reportedly refused to help her as a survivor. Andrew died 11/29/06.New York, NYSource:
Catholic New York 12.21.06; Road to Recovey Media Statement 06.04.14; Road to Recovery 08.13.14; Road to Recovery Media Statement 08.13.14; Business Insider 11.15.16
Mary AnnePatricia NSuedUnknownIn civil suit to be filed 8/3/07, one man who was born in 1955 alleges that Sister Patricia Mary Anne, a nun and teacher at the Madeline School in Portland, sexually abused him as many as 100 times over a two-year period beginning in 1964.Portland, ORSource:
The Oregonian 08.02.07; Statesman Journal 08.03.07; Catholic Sentinel 08.09.07
Mary AsiaSister NAccusedUnknownTwo or more pending claims against Sr. Mary Asia shown in bankruptcy reorganization documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1/25/10.Fairbanks, AKSource:
Excerpt from Bankruptcy Reorganization Documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1.25.10, p. 1
Mary ClaudineSister NSettledUnknownName included in Diocese's 9/02 $13.5 mil mass settlement in 36 sexual abuse lawsuits alleging abuse by 11 priests and a nun. No other information found.Providence, RISource:
Providence Journal-Bulletin 09.10.02
Mary JaneSister NSuedSisters of St. Mary of the PresentationAccused in a 2005 suit of sexually abusing a girl age 6-7 in 1960-61 at St. Patrick Catholic School in Washington. Her current status was unknown in 2005.Peoria, ILSource:
Copely News Service 11.30.05; Journal-Star 12.01.05
Mary Jane (in Louisville)Sister NSuedSisters of Charity of NazarethIn a 7/22/04 amendment to a suit, Sr. Mary Jane was accused of abusing a girl at Presentation Academy. Same plaintiff also alleged abuse by 2 other nuns: Sr. Caroline Mary Schneider and Sr. Jean. Order confirmed that there was a nun by that name at the school. Sister was removed from ministry pending investigation.Louisville, KYSource:
Courier-Journal 07.23.04; Courier-Journal 09.12.04
Mary JoanneSister NAccusedUnknownOne pending claim against Sr. mary Joanne shown in bankruptcy reorganization documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1/25/10.Fairbanks, AKSource:
Excerpt from Bankruptcy Reorganization Documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1.25.10, p. 2
Mary MarkSister NSuedCongregation of the Sisters of St. JosephAccused in suit filed 5/11/04 of sexually abusing a boy age 16 at the Boston School for the Deaf in 1958. Allegations included intercourse. The complainant accused another nun of physically abusing him; those accusations were dismissed 9/7/05 on SOL grounds. Initial suit named 9 plaintiffs and 14 defendants, 2 of whom removed themselves from ministering to children. More suits were filed. Witnesses regarding pattern and practice at the school were barred; all suits were withdrawn or dismissed.Boston, MASource:
Boston Globe 2.4.06; National Catholic Register 5.5.06; Patriot Ledger 2.7.06; AP 05.11.04; AP 05.12.04; Boston Herald 05.12.04; Enterprise 05.12.04; Enterprise 05.20.04; Enterprise 08.18.04; Patriot Ledger 08.18.04; Boston Globe 11.09.04; Boston Herald 03.10.05; Boston Globe 10.08.05; Patriot Ledger 04.12.06; Patriot Ledger 04.28.06
Mary OmerSister NSuedSchool Sisters of Notre DameSued in 2005. One of several religious accused of abuse at Madonna Manor, a Catholic home for troubled children. At least one claim included in almost $5.2M settlement with Archdiocese in Fall, 2009. In references to settlement, she is referred to as Mother Superior Mary Omer.New Orleans, LASource:
Times Picayune 08.25.05; Times Picayune 03.14.06; Times Picayune 03.11.10
Mary RosaliaSister NAccusedUnknownOne pending claim against Sr. Mary Rosalia shown in bankruptcy reorganization documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1/25/10.Fairbanks, AKSource:
Excerpt from Bankruptcy Reorganization Documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1.25.10, p. 2
Fabian1971PnoneDiocesanRetired 2014. Per a May 2018 news report the diocese had investigated Maryanski and placed him on leave in 1995 for alleged sex abuse of a teen girl in the 1980s. 'Absent on Leave' for 5 years yet he resided and said mass at St. Mary's in Medina. Assigned in 2000 to St. Philip's in Cheektowaga, then pastor of St. Andrew's in Sloan. A day after the news report, he was again suspended and Bishop Malone said he would reopen the investigation. The abuse was said to have occurred when Maryanski was St. Patrick's in Barker pastor, and the girl was ages 15-22. She said he gave her gifts, promised to marry her, and that he threw her to the ground when she said she was going to tell another priest. He acknowledged sex with accuser but denied it was when she was a minor. Per 6/18 news, Maryanski recently investigated by DA after a complaint from a schoolgirl in 1/18. Behavior found to be "creepy," but not criminal. Name not on diocese's list released in 3/18 of accused.Buffalo, NYSource:
Buffalo News 05.06.18; Spectrum 05.07.18; The Buffalo News 05.07.18; WGRZ 05.07.18; WKBW 05.07.18; Buffalo News 05.08.18; Church Militant 05.10.18; Buffalo News 06.25.18
Assignments: Assignment Record
Editho1983PReinstatedDiocesanReport made to Stockton police in 2001 of inappropriate conduct by Mascardo toward minor; no charges filed. Claim resurfaced in 7/15. Placed on leave, diocese investigated. In 5/16, review board told bishop it "did not determine sexual abuse occurred." Return to ministry as hospital chaplain in Modesto announced 12/16. Among previous assignments: St. George's, Stockton 1996-99; St. Mary of Assumption 1999-2006; St. Anthony's, Hughson 2006-11; then St. Patrick's, Sonora and in res. at Holy Family, Modesto until 7/15 removal.Stockton, CASource:
The Modesto Bee 07.11.15; Lodi Nwes-Sentinel 12.01.16; Union Democrat 12.01.16; KCRA 12.02.16; Record 12.02.16; Union Democrat 01.11.17
A. Joseph1965PAccusedDiocesanParish priest, Keough High chaplain & counselor, police chaplain. Per 1994 lawsuit, abused girls at Keough, late 1960s-early 70s. Subject of investigation into 1969 murder of Sr. Catherine Cesnik. Student said she told Sr. Cathy of abuse by Maskell; Sr. Cathy soon missing, later found murdered. The former student said in 1994 that Maskell drove her to a remote area and showed her the body. Archdiocese settled with her 1/17. Another former student said 2 police officers sexually abused her while Maskell looked on. Said to have drugged victims and shown gun. Placed on leave 1992; reinstated 1993-94. Removed again 1994 after new allegations. Fled to Ireland; worked as psychologist, including with children. Died 2001. By 5/17 archd paid $472,000 to 16 people with accusations vs Maskell. One man said Maskell sexually abused him as an 8th grade altar boy and his mother told archdiocese 5/67; Maskell was then moved to Keough. An Irish accuser surfaced 5/17. HSE investigating 6/17.Baltimore, MDSource:
Baltimore Sun 08.01.94; Baltimore Sun 08.04.94; Baltimore Sun 08.10.94; Baltimore Sun 08.25.94; Baltimore Sun 12.16.94; Baltimore Sun 02.14.95; Baltimore Sun 05.06.95; Baltimore Sun 08.21.96; Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02; Baltimore City Paper 01.05.05; Open Salon 08.11.14; Inside Baltimore 09.01.14; ABC 2 11.15.16; Crux 11.15.16; CBS Baltimore 11.21.16; Inside Baltimore 01.06.17; WJZ 02.08.17; CBS Baltimore 02.27.17; CBS Baltimore 05.03.17; Baltimore Sun 05.04.17; Daily Mail 05.04.17; Radio Times 05.04.17; City Paper 05.05.17; Washington Post 05.05.17; Fox 43 05.10.17; Baltimore Sun 05.12.17; Angelus 05.17.17; Washington Post 05.17.17; Romper 05.19.17; Baltimore Sun 05.25.17; Baltimore Sun 05.25.17; Huffington Post 05.27.17; Wexford People 05.27.17; Times (UK) 05.28.17; Inverse 05.31.17; Irish Times 06.01.17; ABC 2 06.06.17; Baltimore Sun 06.06.17; KCLR 06.06.17; Roman Catholic Diocese of Wilmington statement 06.15.17; Inside Baltimore 08.04.17; Baltimore Sun 09.16.17; 9 WCPO-TV 10.06.17; Crime Report 11.08.17; WJZ/CBS Baltimore 03.05.18; CBS Baltimore 03.25.18; Baltmore Sun 04.19.18; WJZ 08.27.18; WMAR News 08.28.18
Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02
MaslarWilliam J. 1956PAccusedDiocesanFirst named publicly as accused on Allentown diocese's 8/19/18 list. Removed in 2002. Died in 2005.Allentown, PASource:
Diocese of Allentown list 08.19.18
MasonJames E.1967PConvictedDiocesanIn 2000, man accused Mason of making sexual advances when he was junior in high school and at Univ. Diocese did not tell him that Mason had been found guilty in 1981 of sexually assaulting a student and placed on probation for 18 months. Absent on sick leave from 1987 through 1992 per Catholic Directory; "On duty outside the diocese" from 1993 to 2003. Believed to be drug abuse counselor in WI; may have undergone "voluntary laicization" in 2004.La Crosse, WISource:
Riverfront Times 08.25.04
Assignments: Assignment Record
Francis (Frank) A.1941PAccusedDiocesanRemoved 2003. Accused of abuse of girls more than 50 yrs previously. Archdiocese has admitted it knew of his history back in 1950s. Permanently removed from church ministry by the Vatican 10/05 but not laicized. Still under care of Archdiocese as of 4/07 because of ill health. Died 05/03/14 at age 98.Cincinnati, OHSource:
Archbishop's Statement in Cincinnati Enquirer 08.11.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 08.11.03; Dayton Daily News 08.11.03; Archdiocese of Cincinnati press release 10.12.05; Dayton Daily News 10.13.05; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; Frings and Bayliff Funeral Home 05.03.14; National Survivors Advocates Coalition 05.11.14; Cincinnati com 06.25.17
Assignments: Assignment Record
MassaroGabriel1966PAccusedCapuchin FriarMassaro, founder and longtime head of Youth Ministry program for Northeast province of the Capuchins, was accused in 2002 of molesting several boys, including one in Long Island and one from Queens, a number of years previously. He was removed from his assignment in New Hampshire (no claims of offense there) and placed on leave. Remained a priest without privileges.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
Osceola (FL) Sentinel 03.21.98; Newsday 08.15.02; Associated Press 08.16.02; Times Beacon Record 02.18.18
Assignments: Assignment Record and Other Info
Daniel J.1980PAccusedDiocesanAssociate Pastor at St. Mary Parish from 1980-1986. Multiple allegations that he abused young girls there. At least one settlement in 1992. Treatment in 1992 for alcoholism & sexual issues. Removed 8/02 w/o privileges from current parish because of history of inappropriate sexual behavior with minors. Laicized per Archdiocese's list of accused priests dated 11/07. Actual laicization date was 8/3/09 per personnel file released 7/13.Milwaukee, WISource:
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 08.20.02; Milwaukee Catholic Herald 09.19.02; Statement by Archdiocese of Milwaukee 07.09.04; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 07.10.04; Statement by Archdiocese of Milwaukee on Restricted Priests updated 11.26.07; Archdiocese of Milwaukee List of Clergy Offenders 03.03.12; Menomonee Falls Patch 07.03.13
Assignments: Assignment Record; Archdiocese of Milwaukee Assignment Record
Richard (Philip?)1965PSuedSalesianSued in 2002 by two men who accused him of abusing them at a New York junior seminary in the 1970s. Suit dismissed after missed filing deadline. Living in Rome in 2004 and conducting tours of Catacombs of St. Callistus. Has been referred to as Richard Matikonas or Philip Mataconis. Died in Rome 01/21/14.Albany, NYSource:
Times Herald-Record 10.02.02; Dallas Morning News 09.12.04; SNAP Statement 03.11.13; E-Service Newsletter of Salasians of Don Bosco, Province of St Philip the Apostle, 01.23.14; SNAP Statement 01.28.14
MateoLeonardo1959PAccusedDiocesanExtern priest from Philippines. Arrived in LA 1959. 2003 lawsuit alleged abuse of 1 in Calif in 1959. Left L.A. 1960. I Joliet diocese by 1977 where allegations made in 1983 and 1991. Left Joliet 1984, worked in Chicago [as chaplain at VA hospital?], and later returned to Archdiocese of Cebu. Died 2004. Name on 3/13 Joliet list of priests with credible allegations. Joliet diocese agreed to release of personnel files 3/13 as part of settlement in Rudofski v Joliet & Bennett. Files released 4/30/14. Also named in new civil suit filed 4/30/14. Additional suit filed by 3 men re 1980 abuse against Joliet Diocese 9.18.14. Settled 8/18 for $1.4m.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 02.17.04; Diocese of Joliet Press Release 04.09.06; Chicago Sun-Times 04.11.06; Chicago Tribune 04.11.06; Herald News 05.17.06; Joliet Diocese List of Prests with Credible Allegations 03.12.13; My Suburban Life 03.12.13; Anderson Advocates Timeline 04.30.14; Chicago Sun Times 04.30.14; Diocese of Joliet List of Priests with Credible Allegations 04.30.14; Joliet Patch 04.30.14; Mateo Personnel Files from David Rudofski Archives 04.30.14; NBC Chicago 04.30.14; SNAP Statement 04.30.14; WLS 04.30.14; Daily Journal 05.01.14; My Suburban Life 05.08.14; My Fox Chicago 09.19.14; SNAP Statement 09.19.14; Voices 09.19.14; USA Today 08.31.18; Associated press 09.01.18
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 04.20.06
MateosFrancisco1958PSuedVincentianOrdained in Spain 1958. Arrived in LA 1974. Accused of abuse of 1 between 1976-1979 per archdiocesan report. Sued Dec. 2003. Archdiocese investigated and says no grounds to remove. Still active priest.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 5; LA Times 2.9.04
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 4.20.06
MathewsAbraham PSuedDiocesanNative of India. Ordained in Fuji. Came to Tyler TX diocese from West Indies (where he was transferred 5 times). Woman and daughter filed suit in Tyler 9/02 saying Mathews sexually exploited her while counseling her in a troubled marriage and that he physically and verbally abused her 12-yr-old daughter. Mathews fled after Diocese withdrew its sponsorship. No info on current whereabouts.Tyler, TXSource:
Good Catholic Girls: How Women are Leading the Fight to Change the Church by Angela Bonavoglia 2005
MathewsPhilip A. 1967PSettledDiocesanIncluded on Attorney Garabedian's list 3/28/16 of accused clerics named in civil claims resulting in settlements or arbitration awards. Allegedly abused a boy, about age 10, in 1966 at an Atlantic CIty hotel, while assigned to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Berlin NJ. Claim settled 2/15. Mathews also worked in Laurel Springs and Margate parishes. Went on leave 1973. Appears not to have returned to ministry.Camden, NJSource:
BishopAccountability 03.28.16; Boston Globe 03.28.16; Boston Globe 03.28.16; Bostoncom 03.28.16; The Courier-Post 03.28.16; The Patch 03.28.16; WBUR 03.28.16; WBUR 03.28.16; NJcom 03.30.16
Assignments: Assignment Record
Joseph L. 1922PAccusedDiocesanMonsignor. Founded Our Lady Help of Christians parish in 1927, where he remained until his death. Also Allentown State Hospital chaplain until 1975. Died 6/29/81. First named publicly as accused on Allentown diocese's 8/19/18 list. Allegation reported to the diocese after Mathis' death.Allentown, PASource:
The Morning Call Obituary 07.01.81; Diocese of Allentown list 08.19.18
Mark N.1976PConvictedTheatine FathersAccused of abuse of 2 in CO in 1987 and acquitted of abuse of 1 in 1989 in CA. Convicted 2000 in HI of 1998 sexual assault on 13 yr old boy. Sentenced to 20 years. Also served in San Antonio. Civil suit filed 2002. Another CO victim came forward in 2005 to allege abuse in 1982. He received $22.5K from the Order. New civil suit filed 4/10 re abuse in CO seminary in 1976. Matson in prison and on sex offender register in HI as of 12/11. Parole denied 2/12 but granted 7/13.Denver, COSource:
Denver Post 03.24.02; San Antonio Express News 04.28.02; Judgment of Conviction (HI) 05.05.02; Honolulu Advertiser 01.06.04; Honolulu Star-Bulletin 02.27.04; Rocky Mountain News 10.22.05; Denver Post 04.22.10; Hawaii News New 04.22.10; Honolulu Advertiser 04.22.10; Westword 08.27.10; SNAP Statement 02.23.12; SNAP Statement 07.24.13
MatteRichard O.1964PSettledDiocesanChurch began investigation in 1992 after it received anonymous letter complaining of his behavior. Personnel file later showed 2 complaints in 1992 and at least 1 more by 11/93. Removed in 1994. By 3/02 six men had brought complaints against Matte and received settlements. He was sued at least twice. Voluntary laicization announced 6/10/05. Boston AD database in 8/11 says case concluded canonically.Boston, MASource:
Boston Globe 3.6.02; Boston Globe 6.5.02; Boston Herald 6.5.02; Lowell Sun 6.5.02; Lowell Sun 7.6.02; Manchester Union Leader 7.9.02; Boston Globe 01.28.02; Boston Globe 02.16.02; Lowell Sun 02.16.02; Lowell Sun 04.10.02; Boston Globe 06.10.05; Lowell Sun 06.10.05; Metro West Daily News 03.18.06; National Catholic Register 08.25.11; Salem News 08.26.11
Assignments: Assignment Record
MattinglyJulius Martin BSettledO.P. DominicanAccused in a 2013 letter of repeatedly molesting a girl in 1969-1975 beginning when she was age 13 and Mattingly was connected with St. Stephen Priory in Dover MA. Listed on the website of Boston attorney Mitchell Garabedian on 10/31/14 after a settlement had been reached in the year previous.Boston, MASource:
AP 10.31.14; BA Information Page 10.31.14; Garabedian Law 10.31.14
Michael W.1975PAccusedDiocesanMonsignor. Suspended in 8/18 due to a credible allegation that he sexually abused a minor about 20 year previously.Greensburg, PASource:
Associated Press 08.22.18; Indiana Gazette 08.23.18
Indiana Gazette 08.23.18
John S.1963PAccusedDiocesanNative of India. Worked in Burma and San Francisco, then Indianapolis beginning 1981. Incardinated 1986. Charged in 1998 with forgery and theft, accused of stealing around $14K from St. Joseph parish in Shelbyville. Charges dropped when he agreed to repay some of the money. Retired 2009. Suspension announced by the archdiocese 8/30/18 after it received an allegation that Maung abused a child 1993-97. Maung denied the allegation. Included on archdioces's list 10/12/18.Indianapolis, INSource:
Archdiocese of Indianapolis Statement 08.30.18; Indianapolis Star 08.30.18; WIBC 08.30.18; Archdiocese of Indianapolis 10.12.18; Indianapolis Star 10.12.18
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
MaurerArthur R.1947PConvictedJosephiteMaurer pleaded guilty in 1993 to Federal charges of fondling a 12-year-old boy in 1992 on a cruise ship based in Port Canaveral, FL. Before plea, he was sent to Toronto for treatment. He was apparently retired and living in Baltimore from 1992 to 1993but 1993 Catholic Directory shows he was affiliated with Galveston-Houston Diocese. He died in 1993. Obit was in Houston TX newspaper. Name on 9/02 list from Archdiocese of Baltimore of Religious priests and brothers accused of sexual abuse of childreBaltimore, MDSource:
Orlando Sentinel 08.11.93; Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02
MaurerEdward L.1969PSuedDiocesanMaurer was one of several priests removed from duties in June, 2002. His name forwarded to local police for investigation. In October, 2002 Maurer and 11 other priests and 1 brother were named as abusers in civil suit filed by 43 men and women. Suit says that Maurer abused one boy who was allegedly also victim of James Collins. Also named as abuser of 2 boys in massive 10/03 lawsuit involving 24 priests.Brooklyn, NYSource:
Newsday 10.16.02; USA Today 11.11.02; Newsday 10.02.03; Queens Chronicle 10.09.03
Joseph D1987PSentencedDiocesanHomeland Security raided rectory 9/12/14. Charged with illicit sexual conduct in foreign place & possession of child porn. Suspended. Federal agent's 9/25/14 affidavit accused Maurizio of sexual abuse in 3/09 of two boys living at center for street children in Honduras. Center's board members reported Maurizio 11/09 to diocese, FBI, and PA AG. Maurizio remained pastor. Resumed trips to Central American countries by 2011. Prosecutor cited 2 new allegations by boys in PA 9/29/14, ages 5 and 7 & rectory computer photos showing genitals of polio-stricken boy, now deceased. Per prosecutors in 9/15, 4th boy alleged abuse by Maurizio. One boy recanted at trial 9/15. Convicted 9/22/15 of illicit sexual conduct in foreign places, possession of child porn and international money laundering. Named in PA Attorney General's 3/1/16 Grand Jury Report. Sentenced 3/2/16 to 16 yrs., 8 mos jail & life probation. Appealed. Denied 7/24/17.Altoona-Johnstown, PASource:
WTAJ-TV 09.16.14; Affidavit in USA v Maurizio 09.25.14; Associated Press 09.25.14; Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 09.25.14; US ICE News Release 09.25.14; New York Times 09.26.14; WTAE-TV 09.26.14; Associated Press 09.29.14; WTAJ-TV 09.29.14; Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 09.30.14; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 11.06.14; We Are Central PA 11.06.14; Altoona Mirror 11.10.14; Houston Chronicle 11.14.14; The Tribune-Review 11.14.14; Tribune-Review 09.02.15; Tribune-Democrat 09.03.15; Tribune-Review 09.04.15; WJAC 09.05.15; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 09.08.15; Tribune-Democrat 09.08.15; Tribune-Democrat 09.11.15; Tribune-Review 09.11.15; Tribune-Review 09.16.15; Altoona Mirror 09.17.15; Tribune-Democrat 09.17.15; Daily American 09.22.15; Daily Reporter 09.22.15; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 09.22.15; Tribune-Review 09.22.15; We Are Central PA website 09.22.15; ABC 27 10.05.15; Tribune-Review 10.05.15; Altoona Mirror 12.03.15; Everything-PR 12.22.15; Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 12.23.15; Associated Press 12.25.15; Altoona Mirrior 01.02.16; Altoona Mirror 01.29.16; Emirates 24 01.30.16; Lebanon Daily Record 02.02.16; Tribune-Review 02.02.16; WJAC 02.03.16; ABC News 02.08.16; Tribune-Review 02.08.16; Altoona Mirror 02.09.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 02.09.16; PA AG Statement 03.01.16; PA GJ FBI Timeline 03.01.16; PA Office of the Attorney General 03.01.16; Tribune-Democrat 03.01.16; Tribune-Democrat 03.02.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Timeline 03.06.16; Phillycom 03.30.16; WTAE 03.30.16; Tribune-Review 04.01.16; ABC News 04.03.16; International Business Times 04.03.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 04.05.16; Tribune-Democrat 04.05.16; Tribune-Review 04.23.16; The Tribune-Review 05.13.16; SFGate 05.16.16; Tribune-Review 09.16.16; US Court of Appeals 07.24.17; Altoona Mirror 07.25.17; PennLive 07.25.17; Tribune-Democrat 07.25.17; Tribune-Review 07.25.17
Detailed BA Assignment Record; PA Office of the Attorney General 03.01.16
MawnBenedict1945PSuedPassionist FathersWorked in Archdioceses of Baltimore, Boston, Hartford and Dioceses of Buffalo, Scranton, Worcester and Manchester. Accused in 2005 suit of abuse of one boy at St. Gabriel's, Brighton MA in 1976. Died in 1998. The suit involved multiple plaintiffs and named multiple priests as defendants. Attorney Durso said in 2011 that almost all claims were settled. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database.Boston, MASource:
JOHN DOE Nos 30 - 68 and MARY ROE Nos 6 - 8, v Roman Catholic Archbishop of Boston, CA 05-0006; Passionist Historical Archives 1998; BishopAccountability Letter to Dr Mary Jane Doherty, Chairperson of the Archdiocese of Boston Review Board 07.27.11; Boston Globe 07.28.11; Boston Globe 11.20.11
Assignments: Assignment Record
Bruce C.1975PAccusedCrosier FathersWorked in Indiana in 1975, in Nebraska from 1975-1982, in Detroit from 1983-1989 and then a Navy chaplain from 1989 until 9/02 when he was removed from duty for single instance of abuse with one minor. Assigned to the Crosier Community in Phoenix from 2002 until his death 2/17/06 with no ministry.Detroit, MISource:
Star Tribune 10.10.02; Detroit Archdiocese 11.19.02; Crosier Fathers 02.17.06; Crosier Province Updated List of Religious Involved in Sexual Abuse of Minors 03.08.14; St Cloud 03.09.14
Assignment Record Released by Crosier Order 03.08.14
Julius F. BAccusedMarianistIn 2014 allegations of abuse at North Catholic in Pittsburgh were made against 7 Marianist brothers, including May, who was at the school 1960-70. Two former students alleged he abused them. Head of Marianist Order apologized in writing to Diocese and students. Born 1898. Entered Order 1924, final vows 1928. Taught and was principal of a number of high schools, including in Dayton OH, Hamilton OH, Chester PA, Brooklyn NY, Philadelphia PA, Beacon NY, Covington KY, Pittsburgh PA. Died 7/8/70.Pittsburgh, PASource:
University of Dayton Obit 07.09.70; Pittsburgh Post Gazette 05.14.14; SNAP Statement 05.14.14; Tribune-Review 05.14.14; SF Gate 05.15.14; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 05.30.14; Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 05.30.14; SNAP Media Statement 06.17.14; Tribune-Review 09.06.14; PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
Charles Patrick1996PChargedDiocesanArrested in 8/18, after sending nude photos of himself online to undercover police, thinking he was sending them to a 14-year-old boy. Pled not guilty. Had been removed from active ministry in 9/00 for "failure to adhere to Archdiocesan policies concerning ...youth and young adults." Mayer was Dean of Students at a Banning middle school when arrested.Los Angeles, CASource:
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin 08.23.18; California News Wire Services 08.24.18
Robert E.1964PConvictedDiocesanCivil suit filed 1982 alleged he exposed himself to several boys. Settled; no criminal charges. Convicted 1992 of abuse of girl, age 13. Sentenced to 3 years in jail. Resigned 1/94. New civil suit filed 6/06 by 4 men alleging abuse when they were young. Archdiocese settled at least one claim in 5/07 $6.65M settlement with 14 people alleging abuse by 12 priests. At least 1 claim included in 8/08 $12.7M settlement involving 11 priests and 16 plaintiffs. Laicized 7/10. Personnel file released 1/14.Chicago, ILSource:
Chicago Tribune 10.18.91; Chicago Tribune 10.25.91; Chicago Tribune 12.05.91; Chicago Sun-Times 12.10.92; Chicago Tribune 12.11.92; Chicago Sun-Times 12.12.92; Chicago Sun-Times 02.05.93; Chicago Tribune 02.06.93; Chicago Sun-Times 12.09.94; Chicago Archdiocesan Report, page 2 03.20.06; Daily Southtown 05.29.07; News Sun 05.30.07; Chicago Tribune 08.12.08; Lake Country News-Sun 08.13.08; Jeff Anderson & Assoc News Release 08.14.08; Lake County News-Sun 08.16.08; CBS 2 07.21.09; WBBM 07.22.09; McCook Suburban Life 04.27.10; List of Chicago Priests with Substantiated Allegations accessed 10.04.10; Voice from the Desert 01.20.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.21.14; Chicago Tribune 01.21.14; Daily Herald 01.21.14; Daily Herald 01.21.14; Personnel File Released 01.21.14; WLS 01.21.14; NBC Chicago 01.22.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.24.14; OakPark 01.24.14; Chicago Sun-Times 10.17.15
; Assignment Record
Diego1960PSuedFranciscanIn 2/09 it was revealed that Mazon had been removed from ministry in Gallup diocese in 2004 because of old allegation that he had sexually and psychologically abused a girl from 1974 to 1978 while at St. John's in Roswell. Civil suit filed 2005 against Mazon & Santa Fe archdiocese. It was settled and dismissed 2/06. Living as of 2011 at order's Juan Diego Friary in Albuquerque, possibly with former Archbishop Sanchez. Included in an update of the Gallup diocesan list on 4/28/17. Included in Santa Fe archdiocese list of accused on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Senior Friar Newsletter of Our Lady of Guadalupe Province Summer 2005; Gallup Independent 02.13.09; Gallup Independent 05.28.11; Gallup Independent 11.11.13; Gallup Diocese List Updates 04.28.17; Cibola Beacon 05.10.17; Archdiocese of Santa Fe List 09.12.17; Gallup Independent 09.18.17
Diocese of Gallup Credibly Accused List
Albert J.1996DAccusedDiocesanDeacon at Church of the Holy Name of Mary parish in Croton-on-Hudson. Removed by ABP. Dolan during summer 2013 after complaints that he engaged in immoral and illegal conduct with minors as long as 30 years previously. Has now been permanently removed after allegations found credible. No criminal charges due to SOL.New York, NYSource:
ABC News 09.29.13; Archdiocese of New York Statement 09.29.13; CBS New York 09.29.13; Hudson Valley Reporter 09.29.13; News 12 09.29.13; North Jersey 09.29.13; Daily Voice 09.30.13; Journal News 09.30.13; Journal News 09.30.13; SNAP Statement 09.30.13; SNAP Statement 09.30.13; SNAP Letter to Cardinal Dolan 10.01.13; SNAP Press Release 10.01.13
George J.1966PAccusedDiocesanIn 5/10 his privileges were removed after allegations he sexually abused a minor more than 40 years previously. He was removed form assignment as parochial vicar at Stella Maris parish and transferred to Villa St. Joseph, a home for retired priests in Darby, Pa. No known previous allegations against him. Archdiocese announced 5/20/12 that allegations were found to be credible and he was unsuitable for ministry. Mazzotta has agreed to a supervised life of prayer and penance.Philadelphia, PASource:
KYW Newsradio 05.10.10; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.10.10; Press Release from Archdiocese of Philadelphia 05.10.10; Daily Times 05.11.10; Philadelphia Daily News 05.11.10; CBS Philly 05.20.12; News 10 05.20.12; Newswork 05.20.12; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.20.12; Statement by Archdiocese of Philadelphia 05.20.12; The Sentinel 05.20.12; Philadelphia Daily News 05.21.12; PhillyBurbs 05.21.12
Terence O.1967PSuedDiocesanPlaced on leave without privileges 9/07 after Diocese was informed by prosecutor's office of claims that he had sexually molested a juvenile for several years, beginning in 1985. Civil suit filed & dismissed. No criminal charges because of 5 yr SOL. Diocese review board found allegations to be credible. Matter was forwarded to the Vatican for review. Same man filed in 2009 in DE. In 2011 one man said he reported abuse in 1989 and settled w/ Diocese in 1992; another alleged abuse in late 1960s. Lawsuit still before the court 6/14. Diocese is claiming it is not responsible for McAlinden's behavior because he was "off duty" at the time of the abuse. Diocese settled 10/14 with a man claiming abuse by McAlinden in the 1980s. Died 2/6/15.Trenton, NJSource:
Asbury Park Press 09.30.07; Press of Atlantic City 10.02.07; Asbury Park Press 10.03.07; Press of Atlantic City 10.03.07; Press of Atlantic City 10.07.07; Press of Atlantic City 09.15.08; Ashbury Park Press 09.16.08; Statement by Mark Crawford on Fr Noche and Fr McAlinden 12.14.08; Asbury Park Press 02.21.11; Point Pleasant Patch 02.21.11; The Newsworks 02.21.11; The Times 02.21.11; The Trentonian 02.21.11; KION 02.22.11; My Central Jersey 02.22.11; Newsroom Jersey 02.22.11; Press of Atlantic City 02.22.11; Asbury Park Press 02.23.11; Asbury Park Press 05.27.11; Daily Mail (UK) 06.02.14; NJ SNAP Statement 06.02.14; Raw Story 06.02.14; Ring of Fire 06.02.14; Road to Recovery 06.02.14; Star-Ledger 06.02.14; Star-Ledger 06.03.14; Religion Dispatches 06.06.14; Press of Atlantic City 02.10.15
Assignments: Assignment Record
John Kevin1949PSuedDiocesanSued 2002. Accused of abuse of one youth in late 1960s at St. Anthanasius Church in Reading, MA. Plaintiff was approximately age 11-12 at time of alleged abuse, which was said to have lasted for 1 year. McAndrews died in 1986 at age 63. Boston AD 8/11 database reports no formal determination of guilt either because he died prior to canonical investigation or it was not complete at his death.Boston, MASource:
Civil Complaint 06.04.02; Eagle Tribune 06.29.02; Boston Globe 01.18.03; National Catholic Register 08.25.11
Boston Archdiocesan Assignment Record; Funeral Record with Additional Info
James M.1942PAccusedDiocesanIn 6/10, a man put ad in paper asking people to call if they wanted to talk about McAuliffe. When contacted by diocese, he said McAuliffe abused him at Holy Savior in Wilkes-Barre sometime between 9/54 and 4/63. Diocese contacted police and notified parishes where McAuliffe was assigned. Several people came forward. One man said he reported his abuse, including sodomy, in 1963. Bishop Hannon sent him for treatment in KY and would not allow McAuliffe to return to ministry. After Hannon died in 1965, McAuliffe found his way back to ministry. He was {astor Emeritus of St. David's when he died 8/7/89. Included in 8/14/18 PA Grand Jury Report.Scranton, PASource:
Times Leader 08.03.10; Times Leader 08.03.10; Go Lackawanna 10.17.10; PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
PA Grand Jury Report Profile 08.14.18
McAvoyMary NSuedCongregation of the Sisters of St. JosephAccused in suit filed 5/11/04 of sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl at the Boston School for the Deaf in about 1972. Allegations included digital rape and physical abuse. Initial suit named 9 plaintiffs and 14 defendants, 2 of whom removed themselves from ministering to children. More suits were filed. Other plaintiffs accused McAvoy of abuse. Witnesses regarding pattern and practice at the school were barred; all suits were withdrawn or dismissed.Boston, MASource:
AP 05.11.04; AP 05.12.04; Boston Herald 05.12.04; Enterprise 05.12.04; Enterprise 05.20.04; Enterprise 08.18.04; Patriot Ledger 08.18.04; Boston Globe 11.09.04; Boston Herald 03.10.05; Boston Globe 10.08.05; Boston Globe 02.04.06; Patriot Ledger 02.07.06; Patriot Ledger 04.12.06; Patriot Ledger 04.28.06; National Catholic Register 05.05.06
McBrideDaniel R.1951PConvictedDiocesanRetired 1996, per diocese. Placed on leave in 2002 when charged with abuse of minor (17-yr-old boy who was part of prostitution ring). Pleaded guilty to soliciting a minor. Sentenced to 3 yrs probation 6/03. Charges resulted from investigation of Parmadale Residential treatment facility which is operated by Cleveland Catholic Charities for children with history of delinquent behavior & emotional problems. On Administrative Leave until his death 1/12/15.Cleveland, OHSource:
Akron Beacon Journal 07.05.02; Plain Dealer 07.05.02; Plain Dealer 11.23.02; Cleveland Diocese Statement 03.15.03; Plain Dealer 05.06.03; NewsChannel5 05.12.03; Chicago Sun-Times 05.16.03; Plain Dealer 05.16.03; Plain Dealer 06.27.03
Assignments: Assignment Record; Diocese of Cleveland Assignment Record
Kevin Michael1970PAccusedCarmeliteMcBrien was removed from position at St. Matthew Church In Glendale Heights 5/10 after allegation that he abused one youth on a single occasion approx. 30-35 yrs previously while at Joliet Catholic High School. Same person also alleged abuse on multiple occasions by Fr. Lee Ryan at Providence High School. Investigation by Diocese is ongoing, Lives in a supervised setting 8/10.Joliet, ILSource:
Daily Herald 6.7.10; Herald News 6.8.10; Statement by SNAP 4.5.11; Neighborhood Star 05.29.10; Doings Weekly 08.23.10; SNAP Statement 08.23.10; Suburban Life 08.23.10; SNAP Press Release 10.20.10; Daily Journal 10.03.12
Detailed Assignment Record
Francis1948PSuedDiocesanPA AG's 3/1/16 Grand Jury Report calls Msgr. McCaa "a monster" in his sexual abuse of boys, ages 8-15, at Holy Name parish and school in Edensburg, 1961-85. At least 15 victims, maybe hundreds; at least two have suicided. McCaa would ensure altar boys did not wear pants under their cassocks so he could reach under to touch and squeeze their genitals or push his finger into their anuses. He grabbed one victim's penis and said, in front of other boys, "If you ever use this, I'm going to rip it off." Abuse usually in the sacristy, sometimes the rectory. Also during confession. Bishop Hogan knew by 1985. Angry parent contacted DA's office, per instruction of a child care official. Hogan met with Assistant DAs re danger public would find out. DAs agreed to meet with parents group to diffuse anger. Also per the plan, McCaa was sent to "treatment," then assigned to hospital chaplaincy in WV with Hogan's "glowing recommendation." "Retired" 1993, died 2007. Subject of multiple lawsuits.Altoona-Johnstown, PASource:
Tribune-Democrat 06.23.02; Serbin Letter to DA's Office 09.25.02; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 02.07.03; Tribune-Democrat 02.07.03; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 02.14.03; Tribune-Democrat 02.24.03; Daily Herald 03.10.03; Tribune-Democrat 03.11.03; NEPA News 03.27.03; Reading Eagle 07.06.15; PA AG Press Release 03.01.16; PA AG Statement 03.01.16; PA GJ FBI Timeline 03.01.16; PA Office of the Attorney General, 03.01.16; Tribune-Democrat 03.01.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Timeline 03.06.16; Guardian (UK) 03.08.16; PennLive 03.08.16; We Are Central PA 03.10.16; WJAC 03.10.16; WJAC 05.10.16; PennLive 07.04.16; We Are Central PA 07.04.16; Daily Mail (UK) 07.05.16; MSN 07.05.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 07.07.16; Guardian (UK) 07.10.16; National Catholic Reporter 07.19.16; Tribune-Democrat 12.11.16; Tribune-Democrat 12.11.16; Tribune-Democrat 12.11.16; Tribune-Democrat 12.18.16; Morning Call 09.01.18
PA Office of the Attorney General, 03.01.16
McCabeGeorge V.1940PSuedJesuitIn 2002 civil sit, 3 men alleged that they were sexually molested by McCabe (who died in 1998) when he was working in the Boston Archdiocese. McCabe's personnel file (released in 2003) reports a total of 5 men have said McCabe fondled them during 1970s. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database.Boston, MASource: Boston List 2.2.07; Boston Globe 04.19.02; Boston Herald 04.19.02; USA Today 11.11.02; Boston Globe 02.11.03; Boston Globe 11.20.11
Assignments: Assignment Record
McCabePatrick Joseph1961PArrestedDiocesanNative of Ireland; abused there. Came to CA in 1983 (Santa Rosa, Sacramento and Stockton). Removed when parents complained of children sitting on lap during confession. Faculties removed 1987. Laicized 1988. Interpol found in Alameda, CA 2003; interviewed by Gardai 2007. Arrested 8/10 re abuse of 6 boys in Ireland 1973-1981. 4 US suits in 9/10. 3 men settled 3/12 for $550K. Extradited to Ireland 6/5/11. Sentenced 3/13 to 18 mo jail in Ireland; released for time served. Murphy Rpt says 21 complaints.Santa Rosa, CASource:
Murphy Report Ch 20; Press Democrat 06.09.02; Irish Central 08.09.10; Irish Times 08.09.10; Irish Times 08.09.10; Mercury News 08.11.10; San Francisco Chronicle 08.11.10; The Journal 08.11.10; KTVU 08.12.10; Press Democrat 08.12.10; San Francisco Chronicle 08.12.10; TheIrishCentral 08.12.10; Washington Post 08.12.10; Press Democrat 08.13.10; Times Standard 08.13.10; Times Standard 08.27.10; Press Democrat 09.01.10; Times Standard 09.17.10; Press Democrat 09.23.10; Press-Enterprise 02.22.11; Press Democrat 02.23.11; Irish Independent 03.22.13; Times Standard 03.22.13; Press Democrat 03.26.13; Irish Central 07.13.13; Irish Central 07.13.13; RTE News 07.14.13
Press Democrat 8.15.10 (add'l article); Times Standard 8.17.10 (add'l article); Irish Central 8.19.10 (add'l article); Press Democrat 8.19.10 (add'l article); Press Democrat 8.21.10 (add'l article); NewsTalk 3.22.13 (add'l article)
McCaffertyJoseph F.1961PAccusedDiocesanName is included on secret 1994 memo from Wm. Lynn to Msgr. James Molloy (released 2/27/12) re priests in secret archives who were accused of sexual misconduct with minors with no conclusive evidence. In 1994 he was serving as chaplain at St. Mary's Manor in Lansdale.Philadelphia, PASource:
1994 Memo from Fr. William Lynn to Asst. Vicar for Admin. re Names in Philadelphia Secret Archives, released 02.27.12; The Patch 03.23.12
Richard L.1973PSuedJesuitAccused in 2005 of abuse of 3 girls in approx.1981. Placed on permanent leave when Bishop deemed allegations to be credible. Civil suit filed by 1 of the accusers 8/05. Second accuser joined the suit 10/05 Living in Colombiere Jesuit Community in Portland, OR when he died 5/06. Two or more pending claims shown in bankruptcy reorganization documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1/25/10.Fairbanks, AKSource:
Alaskan Shepherd June-July 2003, 06.30.03; Fairbanks Daily News Miner 06.02.05; Anchorage Daily News 08.10.05; Fairbanks Daily News Miner 08.10.05; Fairbanks Daily News Miner 08.22.05; KTUU 08.22.05; Fairbanks Daily News Miner 08.23.05; Fairbanks Daily News Miner 08.24.05; KTUU 10.17.05; Fairbanks Daily News Miner 10.18.05; Fairbanks News-Miner 05.09.06; Anchorage Daily News (AP) 05.10.06; Good Jesuit, Bad Jesuit 11.12.09; Excerpt from Bankruptcy Reorganization Documents for Fairbanks Diocese 01.25.10
Assignments: Assignment Record
Vincent1978PConvictedDiocesanRemoved 1991 after claims of abuse of minors. Resigned 12/93. Convicted on child porn charges 2002; 20 year sentence. Civil suit filed 9/02. Four claims settled 7/03. At least 1 claim in 10/05 settlement with Archdiocese. Admitted under oath to abuse of as many as 40 young boys. Sued 5/06 by 1 re abus 1982-1986 when plaintiff was 8-12 yrs old. At least 1 claim in 5/07 $6.65M settlement with 14 people alleging abuse by 12 priests. Laicized 7/10. Still in prison 12/11. Personnel file released 1/14.Chicago, ILSource:
Chicago Tribune 11.24.91; Chicago Sun-Times 06.15.02; Chicago Sun-Times 06.19.02; Chicago Sun-Times 06.27.02; Daily Southtown 09.27.02; Chicago Tribune 12.04.02; Daily Southtown 12.10.02; Chicago Sun-Times 01.17.03; Chicago Daily Herald 01.31.03; Chicago Daily Herald 02.07.03; Chicago Sun-Times 07.01.03; NBC5 07.09.03; Chicago Sun-Times 07.10.03; Chicago Tribune 07.10.03; Chicago Archdiocesan Report 03.20.06; Chicago Tribune 05.18.06; Chicago Tribune 05.29.07; Chicago Sun-Times 05.30.07; List of Chicago Priests with Substantiated Allegations accessed 10.04.10; Cardinal George Statement Released 01.09.14; Chicago Tribune 01.09.14; ABC 7 01.21.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.21.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.21.14; Chicago Tribune 01.21.14; Daily Herald 01.21.14; Fox 6 01.21.14; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 01.21.14; Personnel File Released 01.21.14; WBEZ 01.22.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.24.14; Chicago Sun-Times 09.07.18
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Charles "Chuck" E.1971PSuedDiocesan19 yr old man filed civil suit 2/08 against diocese alleging abuse by McCallister for 3 yrs beginning in 2003 when Plaintiff was 15. Complaint was given to Diocese 3/07 and McCallister was placed on leave from his duties. Died 10/07. During his career, he held several high-ranking positions in the diocese, including Vicar General. No church assignment from 1991-2007. Another allegation made previously but nothing done. Court dismissed suit 3/09--matter "fully resolved."Wheeling-Charleston, WVSource:
Charleston Daily Mail (AP) 2.8.08; News Release from Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston 2.8.08; WBOY 3.9.09; WBOY TV 2.8.08 (w link to petition); Wheeling News-Register 10.17.07; WTOV Channel 9 02.08.08; The Record 03.14.08; State Journal 05.23.08
Martin D.1962PSettledDiocesanPer PA AG's 3/1/16 Grand Jury Report, in 1981 Bishop Hogan dismissed a report that McCamley fondled a 16-yr-old boy, then allowed the priest to be Vice-Principal of Bishop McCort High. Another report made in 2001 of fondling of 13-yr-old boy prior to 1977, on overnights in the boy's home. The boy had been molested by McCamley's sex partner, Fr. James Bunn. Bunn apparently passed the boy off to McCamley. McCamley was sent for evaluations in 2001 and 2003. Suspended 2003 after accusations by 4 men of abuse while at McCourt High and St. Patrick's in Johnstown. Retired to Orlando FL 2004. Another accusation in 2008 of abuse of boy decades earlier, while assigned to St. Patrick's.Altoona-Johnstown, PASource:
Tribune-Democrat 02.23.03; Tribune-Democrat 02.23.03; Centre Daily Times 02.25.03; Centre Daily Times 03.04.03; Centre Daily Times 03.05.03; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 03.05.03; Tribune-Democrat 03.06.03; Tribune-Democrat 03.11.03; Centre Daily Times 06.29.04; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 06.30.04; PA AG Statement 03.01.16; PA GJ FBI Timeline 03.01.16; PA Office of the Attorney General 03.01.16; Tribune-Democrat 03.01.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Timeline 03.06.16
PA Office of the Attorney General 03.01.16
McCarrick (Cardinal)
Theodore1958PAccusedDiocesanCardinal Archbishop of Washington DC 2001-2006, Archbishop of Newark 1986-2000, Bishop of Metuchen 1981-1986, New York Auxiliary Bishop 1977-1981. Retired 2006. NY archdiocese announced 6/20/18 McCarrick was the subject of "credible and substantiated" allegations of sex abuse of a teenage altar boy, occurring when he was a NY priest and Cardinal Cooke's personal secretary, his position1971-77. Reported to law enforcement and Vatican. Suspended. Claimed innocence. Review found three previous allegations of sexual misconduct with adults in Newark and Metucheon, and settlements in two cases. A second man alleged in 7/18 that McCarrick abused him over a 20-yr period, beginning in 1969 when the was age 11. McCarrick resigned from College of Cardinals, Pope accepted 7/28/18 and requested McCarrick withdraw from all public ministry and events. Ordered to live 'a life of prayer and penance.' Moved to a friary in Victoria KS, near a school. Vatican ordered new investigation 10/18.New York, NYSource:
Fordham Observer 01.11.18; American Conservative 06.20.18; Archdiocese of New York Statement 06.20.18; Archdiocese of Newark Statement 06.20.18; Catholic Culture 06.20.18; CNN 06.20.18; Courier News/My Central New Jersey 06.20.18; McCarrick Statement 06.20.18; NBC News 06.20.18; NBC Nightly News 06.20.18; Newark Patch 06.20.18; NJ Advance Media for NJcom 06.20.18; NJ Advance Media for NJcom 06.20.18; Reuters 06.20.18; Reuters 06.20.18; Time 06.20.18; UPI 06.20.18; Whispers in the Loggia 06.20.18; GetReligion 06.21.18; National Catholic Reporter 06.21.18; New York Times 06.23.18; GetReligion 06.24.18; WTOP-TV 06.24.18; Religion News Service 06.26.18; Catholic Thng 06.27.18; Crux 06.29.18; National Catholic Register 06.29.18; National Catholic Reporter 06.29.18; Catholic News Service 07.16.18; New York Times 07.16.18; PBS News Hour 07.17.18; Star-Ledger 07.17.18; Catholic News Agency 07.19.18; AP via Crux 07.21.18; Washington Post 07.22.18; Catholic News Agency 07.24.18; America Magazine 07.25.18; Boston Globe 07.25.18; Slate 07.26.18; Associated Press 07.28.18; Associated Press 07.28.18; BBC News 07.28.18; National Catholic Reporter 07.28.18; NBC Nightly News 07.28.18; New York Times 07.28.18; Reuters 07.28.18; The Telegraph 07.28.18; US Conference of Catholic Bishops 07.28.18; Washington Post 07.28.18; Vox Media 07.29.18; Catholic News Agency 08.16.18; National Catholic Reporter 08.16.18; Catholic News Agency 08.17.18; North Jersey Record 09.25.18; Archdicoese of Washington Statement 09.28.18; Kansas City Star 09.28.18; Kansas City Star 09.28.18; AP via Toronto Star 09.29.18; NJ com 10.01.18; Associated Press 10.06.18; CNN 10.06.18; Crux Now 10.06.18; Holy See Press Office 10.06.18; New York Times 10.06.18
McCarthyBernard J1947PSettledDiocesanAccused of sexual abuse of at least one minor. Included on the Helena diocese's list posted to its website 4/29/15 in compliance with the non monetary terms of the 3/5/15 bankruptcy settlement. Assignments included Cathedral, Helena 1947­-49; St. Patrick, Butte 1949­-52 & 1971­-78; Sacred Heart, Ronan 1957­-68; St. Lawrence, Walkerville 1968­-71; St. Michael, Conrad 1979­-86; Risen Christ, Kalispell 1986­-89; Catholic Community North, Butte 1989­-90; St. James Community Hospital, Butte 1990­-92; Retired 1992.Died 9/16/03.Helena, MTSource:
Billings Gazette 09.17.03; Helena Diocese Bankruptcy Settlement 03.04.15
Diocese of Helena 04.29.15
McCarthyCharles J. < 1940PAccusedDiocesanMcCarthy's name was one of eight released in 6/18 by Attorney Mitchell Garabedian of priests accused of sexually abusing minors. Assigned to St. Andrew's 1964 until his death in 1971. The alleged abuse occurred during his time at St. Andrew's.Rochester, NYSource:
Democrat and Chroncle 06.06.18; Rochester First 06.06.18
Donald P.1959PSuedDiocesanAccused 2/1/05 of sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy with Rev. Leger Tremblay in 1955 in the Alexandria diocese including rape and oral battery.. McCarthy was then a seminarian at Assumption Sem. in San Antonio TX, and Tremblay was a priest in the Alexandria LA diocese. McCarthy knew the boy from Merryhill Camp in Pineville LA. McCarthy worked in the Austin TX diocese 1959-61. After a leave of absence he was excardinated to the Salina diocese. Def. Motion for Summ Judgment granted 7/06.Alexandria, LASource:
NW Kansas Register 04.17.70; Galveston Daily News 04.25.70; Petition CV05-0082 02.01.05; Daily Advertiser 02.02.05; Memorandum Ruling in CV05-0082 07.31.06
McCarthyJames PAccusedDiocesanWoman has accused McCarthy of fondling her at least once in 1950 or 1951 when she was a very small child. His current status is unknown.Portland, ORSource:
Oregonian Table 11.12.06
Assignments: Assignment Record
Michael J.1965PAccusedDiocesanSpent 20 yrs at Cardinal O'Hara High School between 1965-1989. Also worked part-time as travel agent. Accused of abuse of 2 male high school students Complaints were given to Archdiocese in 1986 and 1991 (re abuse 1974-1976). He received a promotion even after 2nd abuse reported. Placed on leave in 1993 with restrictions. Sent for treatment. Further restrictions added 2004. Laicized 1/3/06.Philadelphia, PASource:
Philly Grand Jury Report; Philadelphia Daily News 09.22.05; Philadelphia Inquirer 09.25.05; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.15.12; San Antonio Express News 05.15.12; Lez Get Real 05.17.12; Philadelphia Priest Abuse Trial Blog 05.30.12
Archdiocese of Philadelphia Assignment Record; Archdiocese of Philadelphia Assignment Record (Rev)
Raymond W.1945PAccusedDiocesanName appeared on list of 21 priests accused of abuse which District Attorney released 9/02. List says four alleged victims. Believe this is Raymond W. McCarthy who transferred to St. Louis Diocese in 1972 and died in 2005.Fall River, MASource:
The Anchor 08.14.69; Boston Globe 09.27.02; Boston Herald 09.27.02; Herald News 09.27.02; St. Louis Post Dispatch 11.14.05
Assignments: Assignment Record
McCarthyThomas1951PSettledDiocesanAt least one claim included in Diocese's 11/08 $4.5M settlement with 59 plaintiffs.Springfield, MASource:
Press Release by The Office of Stobierski & Stobierski, 12.03.08
Thomas J1980PAccusedDiocesanMcCarthy retired suddenly in 2003 following a meeting with diocesan officials. He reportedly told some parishioners that he was retiring because Bishop wanted him to move to larger parish and because of health problems. In early Sept. 2003, an anonymous flier circulated in the neighborhood around the church where McCarthy served in 1990s urging parents to check with their children to see if they had been abused by McCarthy. Included in 3/20/18 diocesan list as removed, retired, or having left ministry after allegations of sexual abuse of a minor.Buffalo, NYSource:
Buffalo News 09.10.03; Buffalo News 09.11.03; Buffalo News 09.12.03; Buffalo News 02.28.18; Buffalo News 03.20.18; Diocese of Buffalo 03.20.18; Olean Times Herlad 03.21.18
Jeff Anderson & Associates Assignment History
Timothy1973PAccusedDiocesanName appears on list of priests with credible allegations of abuse of minors released by Archdiocese 12/5/13. On Special Assignment 1982-1984. Resigned and permanently removed from ministry 1991. Actually removed by Archdiocese for abuse of two minor boys early in career and a later abusive relationship with a college student. Archdiocese then helped him in career as Hennepin County correctional officer but he lost job in 1999 after being accused of criminal sexual conduct with a 17-year-old. Believed to be living in Oakdale or St. Paul MN per the 12/13 list. Personnel files released 6/14 show several incidents of abuse and treatment.St. Paul-Minneapolis, MNSource:
Bishop Accountability Statement 12.05.13; Catholic Spirit 12.05.13; Lakeville Patch 12.05.13; Minnesota Public Radio 12.05.13; National Catholic Reporter 12.05.13; Oakdale Patch 12.05.13; Quad Community Press 12.05.13; St Paul & Minneapolis List of Credibly Accused Priests released 12.05.13; Star Tribune 12.05.13; Stillwater Patch 12.05.13; Stillwater Patch 12.05.13; Woodbury Bulletin 12.05.13; Le Center Leader 12.06.13; Star Tribune 12.06.13; Star Tribune 06.07.14; SNAP Statement 06.10.14
William1963PAccusedDiocesanAccused in 2002 of abuse of girls, ages 6 and 8, between 1981-1983. He denied all allegations. Placed on leave in 2003 and retired. Diocese given permission by Vatican to hold church trial. McCarthy was exonerated by the church trial and cleared by Vatican to return to active status with full privileges per 5/01/08 article.Paterson, NJSource:
Star-Ledger 04.11.03; Daily Record 10.05.03; Observer Tribune 10.23.03; The Record 05.18.04; Star-Ledger 01.14.05; Star Ledger 05.01.08; Daily Record 05.03.08; Orlando Sentinel 10.25.10
Christopher J. BSuedO.S.A. (Augustinian)One man filed civil suit against Archdiocese and Archbishop George 8/12 alleging that he was sexually attacked by McCartney at St Rita of Cascia High School (all boys) in late 1970s. McCartney was Dean of Men, Vocations Director and Mission Director at St. Rita between 1973-1978. He went on to various other assignments. He died 7/21/02.Chicago, ILSource:
FindAGrave No Date; Chicago Tribune 08.21.12
McCashinWilliam J. PSuedDiocesan2004 civil suit filed by one man who alleged that he was molested as an 8 yr old by McCashin at St. Philip Parish in Crafton in 1965. McCashin would have been 75. He died in 1967. Plaintiff came forward to Diocese in 2002. Claims included in Diocese's 9/07 $1.25 mil settlement as to 32 plaintiffs alleging abuse by 17 priests.Pittsburgh, PASource:
Associated Press 02.04.04; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 02.05.04; Post-Gazette 09.18.07
McCloskeyFrancis A. PSuedDiocesanSued 1994 in the massive RICO pleading filed by Steve Rabino. Accused of abuse of one boy and, later, the boy's daughter. Died 1/20/74. Portrait removed from St. Rose Parish church sometime during 2010.Camden, NJSource:
Atlanta Cty, NJ; Cause # ATL-L-004059; New Jersey Provincial Directory, 2011, p. 204
McCloudHenry J.< 1964PSuedDiocesanIn massive Civil suit filed Oct 1, 2003 27 victims allege abuse by 24 priests, including McCloud. One man says he was abused by McCloud in 1964 and by Fr. Vincent Gallo in 1966. McCloud's whereabouts are unknown. Not in 1989, 1993 or 2002 Catholic Directory.Brooklyn, NYSource:
Newday 10.02.03
John F.1958PSuedDiocesanMan filed civil suit 6/09 in NC alleging that in 1970s when he was an altar boy, McCole abused him on several occasions in Philadelphia and then took him to NC where he and another priest, Justin Pechulis, forced the boy to participate in group oral sex while a third man watched. Suit also alleged that Cardinal Krol was told of the abuse but dismissed the allegations saying "That's just how men behave with each other." McCole denied the allegations. Died 1/21/15.Philadelphia, PASource:
Citizen-Times 06.02.09; Philadelphia Daily News 06.02.09; Philadelphia Gay News 06.25.09; Philly Obituary 01.25.15
McColganCharles P.1964PSuedDiocesanAccused of fondling one youth in bathouse. Same plaintiff alleges abuse by John Kelly. Civil suit filed in 1994 (RICO suit) but plaintiff's claims dismissed as beyond SOL. Died 1993. All RICO claims settled 3/03.Philadelphia, PASource:
Star-Ledger 05.14.02; Class Action Reporter 05.16.02; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.20.02; Philadelphia Inquirer 06.21.02; Star-Ledger 03.14.03
Joseph C.1970PAccusedDiocesanPer June 28, 2002 article McComiskey, pastor of St. Edward the Confessor Church, Syosset, since 1990, had been forced to retire recently after allegation against him was made to Diocese sex abuse hotline. The matter was referred to local prosecutors. No other information found.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
Newsday 06.28.02
Assignments: Assignment Record and Other Info
R. Thomas1981PAccusedLaSalle Christian BrotherResigned. Accused of abuse of a student at a military academy in New York state between 1973-1975, prior to his ordination. He was ordained for the Norwich CT diocese and they did inform the Rockville Centre diocese of the abuse allegation.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
1010 WINS (New York) 03.08.05; Norwich Bulletin 03.08.05; The Day 03.08.05; The Westerly (RI) Sun 03.19.05; Norwich Bulletin 03.30.05
Assignments: Assignment Record and Other Info
Thomas C. DChargedDiocesanDeacon & head of JROTC for local school district. Arrested 3/12 and charged with fondling 5 yr old girl who was sitting in his lap in restaurant. One woman saw the abuse and used her cell phone to record the events. Waitress told management and policewere called.Knoxville, TNSource:
The Chattanooga 3.5.12; WRCB 3.6.12; News Channel 9 03.06.12
McConnellTom BSuedChristian BrothersIn 5/17/95 civil suit, two men who were siblings claimed Br. McConnell, Br. Abdon and former Br. Louis Brouseau molested them on several occasions while they were children in elementary school and junior high at St. Michael's School in Santa Fe. Litigation was settled in Sept-Oct, 1996 for an undisclosed amount.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Ortiz y Pino P v Christian Brothers et al 05.17.95; Santa Fe New Mexican 05.18.95; Albuquerque Jounral 05.19.95; Santa Fe New Mexican 11.30.95; Santa Fe New Mexican 10.03.96; Santa Fe New Mexican 09.13.17
Robert J.1973PAccusedDiocesanPlaced on leave without privileges in Feb. 2007 after recent allegations that he molested a boy more than 20 years previously. Criminal charges unlikely due to statute of limitations. Review board investigated and found allegations to be credible.Brooklyn, NYSource:
Diocese of Brooklyn News Release 02.12.07; NY Post 02.12.07; Queens Chronicle 02.15.07; The Tablet 02.16.07
J. William1973PAccusedDiocesanIn 2002, McCool is named as one of 12 priests in Cleveland Diocese who are no longer in active ministry because of past allegations of abuse of minors. McCool left the priesthood "two years ago." He was not listed in 2002 Catholic Directory but the 1993 and 1995 Directories have him listed as Absent On Leave. Served at Holy Family Church in Cleveland where at least 3 other priests have also been accused of abuse.Cleveland, OHSource:
Akron Beacon Journal 04.09.02; Plain Dealer 04.09.02; Akron Beacon Journal 04.18.02; Plain Dealer 06.16.02; Plain Dealer Reporter 02.09.03
Assignments: Assignment Record
Daniel J.1994PConvictedDiocesanAccused of abusing boy as seminarian in Mexico. Accused 10/99 of abuse of altar boy. Archd. ignored 9/5/03 warning re boys in rectory. Arrested 8/30/05. Assigned as dean 9/1/05. Arrested 1/20/06; removed.Pled guilty 7/2/07 to abuse of 5 boys, some after first arrest; 5-yr sentence. At least 23 accusers. Multiple settlements, over $10M. Laicized 11/07.Settlements 11/11, 1/14, 3/14,over $4M. More accusers 2010-14 suits. $2.7M to 2 brothers 1/17. Paroled 2009; ruled danger to public, sent to state mental health facility. Arrested 5/21/14 re abuse of 10-yr-old in 2005. Pled not guilty. Charges dropped 2/16. Suit filed 3/25/16 re abuse of boy 2003-04; settled 4/20/17. Suit 10/16 re abuse of 10-yr-old boy 2002-05. $2.3M settlement 1/17. Settled with 3 for 3.15M 3/17/17. Suit 6/15/17. Ruled sexually violent 9/17. Suit filed 10/17. Fraudulent claim found 2015, withdrawn 2017; claimant fined 60k 3/18. McCormack committed indefinitely to sex offender facility 7/18. A suit settled 9/18 for $2.9M.Chicago, ILSource:
Basic and Early Articles; Chicago Tribune 07.02.07; Statement from the Archdiocese of Chicago 07.02.07; Chicago Sun-Times 07.03.07; Chicago Sun-Times 07.18.07; Chicago Sun-Times 07.24.07; Chicago Tribune 09.21.07; NPR 11.13.07; Chicago Sun-Times 11.14.07; Chicago Sun-Times 01.24.08; Cardinal George Depo with Documents 01.30.08; Chicago Tribune 08.12.08; Chicago Tribune 08.13.08; Catholic Culture 09.23.09; Chicago Breaking News 09.23.09; Chicago Tribune 09.23.09; WBBM 09.24.09; NBC Chicago 09.25.09; WGN tv 09.25.09; Chicago Tribune 10.20.09; Chicago Sun-Times 07.09.10; Chicago Breaking News 07.12.10; Chicago Sun-Times 09.28.10; Press Release by Jeff Anderson & Assoc 05.11.11; WGN News 05.11.11; WBEZ 07.03.13; Chicago Sun-Times 09.04.13; Chicago Tribune 09.05.13; CBS Chicago 11.26.13; Chicago Sun Times 11.26.13; NBC Chicago 11.26.13; WGN 11.26.13; Chicago Tribune 11.27.13; Press Release by Anderson & Associates 12.10.13; CBS Chicago 12.11.13; Chicago Sun-Times 12.11.13; Chicago Tribune 12.11.13; SNAP Statement 12.11.13; WLS 12.11.13; Chicago Tribune 12.12.13; Chicago Sun-Times 01.07.14; NBC Chicago 01.07.14; SNAP Statement 01.07.14; WGN 01.08.14; Cardinal George Letter Released 01.09.14; National Catholic Reporter 01.09.14; SNAP Press Release 01.09.14; SNAP Statement 01.09.14; Huffington Post 01.13.14; Boston_com 01.15.14; SW News Herald 01.17.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.19.14; Voice from the Desert 01.20.14; Chicago Sun-Times 01.21.14; National Catholic Reporter 01.23.14; Tucson News Now 01.24.14; CBS Chicago 01.30.14; Chicago Tribune 01.30.14; NBC Chicago 01.30.14; SNAP Statement 01.30.14; WGN 01.30.14; WLS 01.30.14; WLS 01.30.14; SNAP Statement 02.05.14; Chicago Tribune 02.18.14; CBS Chicago 02.19.14; Chicago Sun-Times 03.26.14; SNAP Statement 03.26.14; Digital Journal 03.27.14; NBC Chicago 03.27.14; WLS 03.27.14; Voices--Chicago Sun-Times 04.21.14; ABC 7 Chicago 05.21.14; CBS Chicago 05.21.14; Chicago Sun-Times 05.21.14; Chicago Tribune 05.21.14; CSN Chicago 05.21.14; Legal Broadcast Network 05.21.14; SNAP Statement 05.21.14; CBS Chicago 05.22.14; Chicago Sun-Times 05.22.14; CSN Chicago 05.22.14; SNAP Statement 05.22.14; Telemundo Chicago 05.22.14; Washington Times 05.22.14; WGN 05.22.14; SNAP Statement 05.28.14; WTTW 05.28.14; Chicago Tribune 05.29.14; CSN Chicago 05.29.14; Southwest News Herald 05.29.14; Telemundo Chicago 05.29.14; Chicago Sun-Times 06.23.14; WLS 06.23.14; SNAP Statement 09.20.14; The Republic 09.20.14; Chicago Sun-Times 02.10.16; Chicago Tribune 02.10.16; Daily Journal 02.10.16; CBS Chicago 02.18.16; Chicago Sun-Times 02.24.16; Chicago Tribune 02.24.16; WREX 02.24.16; CBS Chicago 03.26.16; Chicago Sun-Times 10.08.16; Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 01.11.17; Chicago Tribune 04.12.17; Chicago Tribune 04.25.17; Associated Press 04.26.17; Fox 32 04.26.17; WLS 04.26.17; Chicago Sun-Times 05.24.17; Cook County Record 07.11.17; Chicago Tribune 09.05.17; CBS Chicago 09.06.17; Chicago Tribune 09.06.17; DNAInfo 09.06.17; WGN 9 09.06.17; CBS Chicago 09.07.17; WGN 9 09.07.17; Associated Press via US News and World Report 09.08.17; Chicago Sun-Times 09.08.17; ABC 7 Eyewitness News 09.09.17; AP via US News and World Report 10.06.17; Chicago Sun-Times 10.06.17; America Magazine 11.01.17; Chicago Sun Times 11.25.17; Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 03.16.18; Chicago Sun-Times 06.22.18; AP via WGN 9 07.19.18; Associated Press 09.25.18
Assignments: Assignment Record
Andrew D.1982PIndictedDiocesanOne of 21 priests removed 3/7/11 pending investigation of allegations of sexual abuse or inappropriate behavior with minors. Last assigned to Sacred Heart in Swedesburg. There was allegation (2004?) of computer porn and boundary issues. Arrested 7/26/12, charged with sexually assaulting a boy in 1997 at St. John Cantius parish. Three felony charges dismissed by court 8/12 but reinstated 10/12. Others remained. Trial began 02/27/14. Ended in mistrial 3/12/14. Second trial also a mistrial. Archdiocese announced in 8/18 that McCormick was found unsuitable for ministry.Philadelphia, PASource:
Archdiocese of Philadelphia Press Release 03.08.11; NY Times 03.08.11; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.08.11; Statement of Cardinal Rigali Regarding Administrative Leaves 03.08.11; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.09.11; Times Herald 03.09.11; Main Line 03.10.11; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.10.11; Times Herald 03.11.11; Philadelphia Inquirer 04.20.11; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.06.12; San Francisco Chronicle 04.16.12; My Fox Philly 07.27.12; NBC 10 07.27.12; Newsworks 07.27.12; San Francisco Chronicle 07.27.12; Times Online 07.27.12; Chicago Tribune 07.28.12; Philadelphia Inquirer 07.28.12; Philadelphia Inquirer 07.30.12; CBS Philly 08.16.12; CBS Philly 08.16.12; Philadelphia Daily News 08.16.12; San Francisco Chronicle 08.16.12; Philadelphia Inquirer 10.02.12; Philadelphia Inquirer 12.15.13; Enquirer-Herald 02.24.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 02.24.14; SNAP Statement 02.24.14; Big Trial 02.26.14; Big Trial 02.27.14; CBS Philly 02.27.14; Daily Journal (AP) 02.27.14; Express News 02.27.14; NBC 10 02.27.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 02.27.14; Big Trial 02.28.14; New York Daily News 02.28.14; Newsworks 02.28.14; Philadelphia Daily News 02.28.14; Big Trial 03.04.14; Albany Times Union 03.05.14; Big Trial 03.05.14; CBS Philly 03.05.14; CBS Philly 03.05.14; CT Post 03.05.14; Philadelphia Daily News 03.05.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.05.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.05.14; Pottstown Mercury 03.05.14; Big Trial 03.06.14; NBC 10 03.06.14; Seattle PI 03.06.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.07.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.07.14; Pottstown Mercury 03.07.14; Philly 03.08.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.10.14; The Reporter 03.10.14; Big Trial 03.11.14; Big Trial 03.12.14; CBS Philly 03.12.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.12.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 03.12.14; Pottstown Mercury 03.12.14; Philadelphia Daily News 03.13.14; SNAP Statement 03.13.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 04.29.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.14.14; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.29.14; The Republic 05.29.14; CBS 08.19.18
McCormickJames W1924PSettledDiocesanAccused of sexual abuse of at least one minor. Included on the Helena diocese's list posted to its website 4/29/15 in compliance with the non monetary terms of the 3/5/15 bankruptcy settlement. Assignments included Carroll College 1924­-26 and 1927-­51; St. Lawrence Parish, Walkerville: 1926­-27 and 1951­-56; Immaculate Conception Parish, Butte 1956-­67. Died 6/14/67.Helena, MTSource:
Helena Diocese Bankruptcy Settlement 03.04.15
Diocese of Helena 04.29.15
McCormickPeter1970PAccusedServants of the ParacleteFirst named publicly as accused on diocese's list 10/18. Assigned to Sacred Heart parish 1984-2000. Admitted to "sexual acts" with a juvenile while at Sacred Heart. Per diocesan records, McCormick abused a boy at a church near L.A. in 1990, starting when the boy was age 13 and into the boy's adulthood.The diocese received the allegations in 2000 and removed MCormick from ministry. Diocesan officials contacted law enforcement two years later.San Bernardino, CASource:
Diocese of San Bernardino 10.09.18; Palm Springs Desert Sun 10.14.18
Richard J.1970PConvictedSalesianMcCormick was a Junior seminary and high school teacher, boys' camp director, parish priest, and Salesians' Eastern U.S. Provincial 1985-1991. Worked in MA, IN, NY, LA, FL. Removed from St. Petersburg FL Catholic H.S. in 2002 after accusation of sexually harassing girl. Active at Marian Shrine, Stony Point NY by 2005. In 2000s Salesians settled with man alleging rape by McCormick on trip to Rome in 1975, when man was 14-yr-old student in IN. In 8/09 Order announced settlement with 3 men who alleged abuse by him in late 1970s at Salesian Junior Seminary in Goshen, NY. Three others then came forward. At least 16 civil suits. Arrested 8/12 in NY, charged with rape of boy ages 9-10 in 1981-1982 at Ipswich MA camp. Convicted 11/14. Sentenced to 8-10 years in prison. Convicted 8/15 of abuse of 6- to 8 yr-old boy at Ipswich MA camp in early 1980s; sentenced to another 8 to 10 years' prison, to run concurrently with term already serving.New York, NYSource:
NWI Times; St Petersburg Times 03.23.02; St Petersburg Times 03.29.02; Journal News 08.09.09; Boston Globe 08.31.12; Boston Herald 08.31.12; Daily Item 08.31.12; NECN 08.31.12; Tampa Bay Times 08.31.12; The Patch 08.31.12; WBUR 08.31.12; WCVB 08.31.12; Wicked Local Newburyport 08.31.12; Boston Herald 09.01.12; Digital Journal 09.01.12; Salem News 09.01.12; Salem News 03.08.13; My Fox Boston 03.11.13; Port Chester Patch 04.05.13; Salem News 04.06.13; Salem News 04.03.14; Salem News 05.22.14; Salem News 11.04.14; Salem News 11.06.14; Salem News 11.11.14; Boston Globe 11.12.14; Essex District Attorney's Office 11.12.14; NWI Times 11.12.14; Salem News 11.12.14; Boston Globe 11.26.14; Salem News 11.26.14; Newburyport Daily News 11.27.14
Assignments: Assignment Record
McCrayGerald  ?PAccusedDiocesanAt least one complaint of abuse was made to archdiocese between 1986-1995. He is shown as "absent on sick leave" per 1989 Official Catholic Directory. Archdiocese paid $137,500 to settle case in 2003. He was "terminated" from ministry in 1990.Portland, ORSource:
The Oregonian 6.06.07 (Documents); The Oregonian 06.24.05; Table: The Oregonian 11.12.06
David1975PAccusedDiocesanNative of Ireland. Ordained for Diocese of St. Augustine. In 10/97 3 sisters accused him of seducing them in 1980s when they were teenagers. The sisters claimed they told current Diocese at least 14 months prior to the time they went to the newspapers. McCreanor not removed from parish until they told the paper. Per diocese, at least 5 more women have come forward to claim that he had made sexual overtures to them. He denied all allegations. No charges ever filed.Pensacola-Tallahassee, FLSource:
Panama City News Herald 9.7.75; Associated Press 10.31.97; Charlotte Observer 11.02.97; Catholic World News 11.03.97; Sun-Sentinel 11.06.97; Tallahassee Democrat 04.20.02