Convicted in 1989. Pleaded guilty to sexually fondling an 11-year-old girl; sentenced to 1 or 2 year suspended jail sentence and deferred adjudication. Charges then dismissed. Girl settled a lawsuit against the Pueblo diocese for more than $90K. In 1992 he began working as a priest in Argentina and as of 1997 he was working as a priest in Mexico. Remained active there in 4/10. Removed from ministry in Mexico City 4/22/10; apparently allowed to work in other Mexico dioceses. On the Las Cruces diocese's list 6/24/19, where he worked in 1991.
Accused in a 9/97 civil suit of abusing a teenage boy in 1981-84 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. The alleged victim testified that he reported the abuse to church authorities in the early 1980s. Gourley was placed on leave in 10/97. The civil case was dismissed in 1998 due to the statute of limitations. Plaintiff appealed; case dismissed in 1999. Gourley may have left the order, per a 2002 news report. A suit filed in 8/22 claims Gourley sexually abused a girl, ages 7-11, at Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Accused of abuse of two in CO in 1987. Acquitted of abuse of one in 1989 in CA. Convicted 2000 in HI of 1998 sexual assault on 13-year-old boy. Sentenced to 20 years in prison. Also worked in San Antonio. Civil suit filed in 2002. Another CO man came forward in 2005 to allege abuse in 1982. He received $22.5K from the order. New civil suit filed 4/10 claiming abuse in a CO seminary in 1976. Matson in prison and on sex offender registry in HI as of 12/11. Parole denied in 2/12 but granted in 7/13. Accused in a civil suit of repeated rape of a boy, age 8, in HI in the late 1990s at Tripler Army Base, where Matson was a chaplain. Per the suit, the alleged victim became mentally incapacitated as a result and his mother became his guardian and conservator. The Theatines' motion to dismiss the suit was denied 12/30/19.
From Spain. Arrived in the U.S. in 1949. Long career in CO. Pastor of Holy Family in Ft. Collins in 1989 when two young sisters said he molested them. Nadal, 67, said there was a conspiracy against him within the parish. Jury deliberated ten minutes and acquitted him. Held prominent positions, including rector of St. Andrew's Seminary in Denver and collaborator for the Liturgical Congress of the Denver and Pueblo dioceses. Died 2/1/15.