Accused Order Priests, Brothers, and a Nun Who Worked in the Chicago Archdiocese

Below we provide a key to the names and abbreviations of religious orders whose priests worked in the Chicago archdiocese and have been accused of abuse.

C.F.C.—Congregation of Christian Brothers
                - Brouillette, Br. Robert

C.P.—Congregation of the Passion (Passionists)
                - Ormechea, Fr. John Baptist

C.R.—Congregation of the Resurrection
                - Kowalczyk, Fr. Adalbert J.

C.M.—Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)
                - Schulte, Fr. Daniel R.

C.M.F.—Claretian Missionaries
                - Pantoja, Fr. Eusebio
                - Paramo, Fr. Thomas

C.S.V.—Clerics of St. Viator
               - O'Dell, Br. Jack

O.F.M.—Franciscan Friars
                - Malone, Fr. Emmett
                - Soto, Br. Ruben

O.F.M. Conv.—Conventual Franciscans
                - Feely, Fr. Theodore

O.P.—Order of Preachers (Dominicans)
                - Bryce, Fr. Vincent W.
                - Hensley, Fr. Gilbert

O.S.A.—Ordo Fratrum Sancti Augustini (Augustinians)
                - Murphy, Fr. John Daniel
                - Paduch, Br. Frank
                - Thedens, Fr. Mark E.

O.S.B.—Benedictine Monks
                - Fitzmaurice, Fr. Terence
                - Jones, Fr. Augustine K.

O.S.F.—Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis of the Congregation of Our Lady of Lourdes
                - Kent, Sr. Benen

                - Huels, Fr. John M.
                - Ronan, Fr. Andrew

S.D.B.—Salesians of Don Bosco
                - Peralta, Fr. Carlos

S.J.—Society of Jesus (Jesuits)
                - McGuire, Fr. Donald J.
                - Powell, Fr. John J.
                - Skiffington, Fr. Wilton               
                - Spine, Fr. William J.

S.S.C.—Society of St. Columban
                - Byrne, Fr. Eamon

S.V.D.—Society of the Divine Word

                - Phan, Fr. Kevin (seminarian)





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