Br. Thomas J. Mulryan
Diocese: Diocese of St. Petersburg FL
Made perpetual profession of vows in 1955. Accused in 1994 of abuse of three boys at Notre Dame International School in Rome, Italy, in the early 1960s, when he was a religious brother. He left the order in the 1970s. He had worked for Catholic schools in MA and NY prior to becoming a teacher at Jesuit High School in Tampa in 1988. Became principal in 1992. Placed on leave in 12/94 when allegations became known. He denied all allegations. Mulryan retired in 6/95. Included on the Fall River diocese’s list in 1/21 of credibly accused. Died in 2009.
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