Fr. Raymond E. Larger
Diocese: Archdiocese of Cincinnati OH
In 2003, Larger pleaded no contest to soliciting sex from a male undercover police officer. Also in 2003, a man filed a claim with the archdiocese’s victim compensation fund, alleging Larger abused him as an altar boy at age 11, 1995-97. Larger’s accuser was denied compensation. Criminal charges in this case were filed in 2005, then dismissed by the judge during trial in 11/05. The man next filed a civil suit, which failed. Larger was on administrative leave 2005-08. He was reinstated by the Vatican in 2/08 after ruling of no merit to the accusations of abuse. Given position at Chancery while in residence at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral.
- BA.org Assignment Record
- Cincinnati Post 07.19.05
- Cincinnati Enquirer 11.01.05
- Cincinnati Status Report (cached by Google 02.07.06
- Beacon Journal 02.14.08
- Dayton Daily News 02.14.08
- Archdiocese of Cincinnati Press Release 02.14.08
- Cincinnati Enquirer 02.14.08
- Cincinnati Enquirer 02.15.08
- Cincinnati Enquirer 02.16.08
- Catholic Telegraph 02.22.08
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