Rev. Bill Moloney Suspended As School Chaplain Too in Peterborough

By Joelle Kovach
Peterborough Examiner
November 11, 2016

A Peterborough Catholic priest who is under police investigation for sexual misconduct has been suspended from his pastoral role at three local schools, said the director of education.

Rev. Bill Moloney is on administrative leave from his job as priest at Immaculate Conception Church on Rogers St. in Peterborough.

He's under OPP investigation over allegations of sexual misconduct going back to the 1980s at Camp Northern Lights, where he was the long-time director.

Because Moloney is not currently the priest at Immaculate Conception Church, he's not attending to pastoral duties at area schools, either.

Michael Nasello, the director of education at the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board, said Moloney used to help with tasks such as leading in-school religious services at St. Peter Secondary School, Immaculate Conception School and Monsignor O'Donoghue School.








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