Br. Julius F. May
Allegations of abuse at North Catholic in Pittsburgh were made in 2014 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. Included on the Order’s list 6/24/20.
- University of Dayton Obit 07.09.70
- Pittsburgh Post Gazette 05.14.14
- Tribune-Review 05.14.14
- SNAP Statement 05.14.14
- SF Gate 05.15.14
- 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
- US Marianist List 06.24.20
- Journal News 06.26.20
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