Fr. Randolph Nowak
Worked in New York, Guam and Hawaii. Accused in a 2008 letter to Order’s NY provincial of abusing a boy 1961-66, when the boy attended St. Mary’s Seminary High School in Glenclyffe, NY. The accuser produced correspondence that substantiated his claim, including an apology from Nowak. Order has paid for counseling for him. Faculties had been removed in 2004 for past allegations that “arose elsewhere.” Nowak worked in almost every parish in Guam staffed by his Order. Retired and living in Guam at Capuchin Friary in 4/17; there since at least 2007.
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