Fr. Mark H. Wehmann
Removed from St. Boniface in Minneapolis 12/13 after a review of personnel file by an outside agency found references to several inappropriate incidents with minors. Some of these were previously reported to police; no criminal charges filed. Remaining incidents reported to authorities. Also served as part-time chaplain at Fairview University Hospital and chaplain for Chisago County Jail facility. On 6/24/16 the Archbishop announced Wehmann’s return to public ministry, as recommended by the Ministerial Review Board. He referred to Wehmann’s “immature behavior toward kids and adults” and said he had had professional counseling and spiritual direction.
- BA.org Assignment Record
- CBS 4 Minnesota 12.29.13
- KAAL TV 12.29.13
- Minnesota Public Radio 12.29.13
- Star Tribune 12.29.13
- Pioneer Press 12.29.13
- Statement by Archdiocese of St Paul-Minneapolis 12.29.13
- Star Tribune 01.03.14
- Pioneer Press 01.03.14
- Pioneer Press 01.07.14
- Archdiocese of St Paul and Minneapolis 06.24.16
- Canonical Consultation 09.12.16
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