Arrived in the U.S. from Italy in 1947. Worked in Boston for 23 years before transferring to RI. Later went to Canada before returning to RI. Died in Italy in 1999. Accused in a 2005 civil suit of abuse of a boy at St. Lazarus Parish, East Boston between1960-1961. The suit involved multiple plaintiffs and named multiple priests as defendants. Attorney Durso said in 7/11 that almost all claims were settled. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database because he was an Order priest.
Brizzolara resigned from his parish assignment in New Haven, CT 1/04 after allegations surfaced that he had molested a child in early 1980s when he was working in Boston Archdiocese. He was ordered to leave CT and to reside with members of his order in NY state. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database because he was an Order priest. Included on Attorney Garabedian's list 3/28/16 of accused clerics named in civil claims resulting in settlements or arbitration awards, related to 1/16 settlement with Scalabrinians.
Accused in a 7/18/77 letter to Order of sexually abusing three boys. A 10/11/94 memo refers to two other allegations. In 1/03 a man brought suit claiming abuse in the mid-1970s. Those documents were publicly filed later in 2003, and on 2/26/04 Caverzan was accused in a lawsuit of sexually abusing a boy, age 10-12, in the NY archdiocese, beginning in 1966. Removed from parish in Venice FL. Died 9/28/94 in Caracas at Order's headquarters. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database because he was Order priest.
Accused in 1997 of taking nude photographs in the late 1960s of a boy who was, at other times, being abused by Fr. John Bocciarelli, pastor of same church. Denied allegations. As of 4/08 he was Administrator of St. Charles Seminary/Residence in Dongan Hills, NY. Resigned as superior of the Province in 2009. In Montreal in 2010. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database. Per parish website in 10/15, was pastor of Madre die Cristiani in Lasalle, Quebec, Canada.
Several women told the archdiocese in 2006 that Toma and another priest had abused many young girls during his 50 years as pastor of St. Lazarus in Boston. A representative of the archdiocese said the "women's stories were individually convincing, collectively consistent, and showed a pattern of recognizable abuse." Toma died in 1961. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database.