Accused of sexually assaulting a former altar boy in 1985 at St. Anthony of Padua in Bridgeport, CT. Case was settled with others by the Bridgeport diocese in 10/03. Name occasionally spelled Bonaszek. Added to the Richmond diocese's list 6/27/19. Assigned to the diocese 1974-75. Per a 2019 report commissioned by the Bridgeport diocese, there were two victims of abuse occurring 1977-87, one age 15, both boys. Left the diocese in 1987. Died in 2007.
A man claimed in a lawsuit filed in late 2019 that Boccieri sexually abused him as a boy when his parents were Maryknoll lay missioners.The family lived near Maryknoll's Ossining campus and ate most of their meals there. Boccieri allegedly began grooming the boy in Ossining, then abused him at a cabin in the Catskills. Boccieri died 5/1/15.
Spent career in China, Hawaii, New York, Missouri. Accused in a lawsuit settled in 3/16 of raping a 12-year-old altar boy at Good Shepherd in Honomu HI in 1967, while filling in for pastor. Daubert was said to have tied the boy with ropes in a "game," then sodomized and assaulted him for 6 hours. Accuser said he told his mother that night; she called the parish and a priest came to speak with her and the boy's father. Daubert was moved from the parish. He continued in ministry. Same lawsuit alleged sexual abuse of the boy years later by Rev. Anthony Pascale and Rev. William Queenan at St. Stephen's Diocesan Seminary in Kaneohe. Daubert died 5/22/83.
Accused in a 6/19 court filing of sexually abusing a boy 1962-1970, beginning when the child was age 4, including an incident in the Bahamas, where the priest had accompanied the victim's family. The court filing on behalf of the victim's estate sought discovery from the Maryknoll order after the victim took his own life on 1/14/19. Flanagan had reportedly joined the Maryknolls in 1956 as a religious brother, was ordained in 1964, and worked at St John and St Mary church in Chappaqua NY in the 1960s, when he received psychological counseling but was allowed to continue working with children and families. His connection with the parish is documented as early as 1962, when Flanagan was a seminarian. He reportedly left the order in 1971, became a follower of Meher Baba, worked as a 'writer-actor and bioenergy healer,' and died on 9/25/16.
From Ireland. Assigned to Bedford MA, Manchuria, Cincinnati OH, Hawaii. Arrived in Hawaii in 1949, for one year at a Honolulu parish, then named pastor of St. Anthony's in Oahu in 1950, where he remained until his death 11/13/74. In a 1991 petition against Bishop Joseph Ferrario, a man named Fr. Henry as the priest who first sexually abused him as a child, during 1964 -1972. Allegedly, the boy told later told Ferrario, (Henry's successor) of his abuse by Henry, then Ferrario began abusing him, too. Henry was named as abuser in a 2012 civil suit by another man who alleged abuse by both Henry and Ferrario. Also accused in a 2013 suit of abuse in the 1950s. At least six allege abuse at St. Anthony's 1952-1974. Two more complaints vs Henry filed 4/13/16.
Accused in 6/02 by at least three men of abusing them when they were children. Jackson worked in Hawaii 1948-92. No criminal charges filed due to age of case; there were no records of complaints in his personnel file with the Order. Admitted abuse of boys, said was due to a surgical procedure he'd had on a testicle. Reportedly abused boys for over 25 years. Treated by psychiatrist Robert Browne, who was later found to be pedophile. Died in 3/05. Protests in 2013 about scholarship offered in his name at Maryknoll High School on Honolulu. Lawsuit filed in 2018 by a man alleging repeated abuse as a boy at Sacred Heart in Makiki by Jackson 1980-81. Sixth known accuser, at least, per news.
Named publicly as accused on the Rockford diocese's list 11/14/18. Noted to have been removed by his order 4/88, reinstated 9/88, then removed again 4/93. Worked in Chicago IL archdiocese, Bolivia, Dioceses of Rockford IL and San Jose CA. Moved to Maryknoll NY 2004. Died 4/14/18.
Named publicly as accused by the Galveston-Houston archdiocese on its list 1/31/19. Included on the Burlington VT diocese's list 8/22/19. LaRoche worked in the Philippines and East Africa, then the Diocese of Galveston-Houston, which he left in 1987. Assigned to VT parishes 11/87 until 8/92 when his assignment was "terminated" and he returned to his order. Left ministry by 2/1/93.
Spent 26 years of priesthood Kongmoon, China, then another 7 years in Hong Kong. Worked in Hawaii 1957-64 before retiring due to ill health. Died 7/23/83. Named as abuser, along with Fr. Joseph Henry, of at least one person at St. Anthony's Church in Kailua, HI in the 1950s per a 2/2013 civil suit. Alleged to have exposed his genitalia and rubbed his exposed genitalia on an altar boy's face in an effort to force oral sex.