Named publicly as accused by the Dominicans St. Joseph Province on its list in late 2018. Became part of the Province of St. Martin de Porres when it was formed in 1979. Removed from public ministry in 2002. No indication as to when or where alleged abuse occurred. (We're placing him in the New Orleans archdiocese, where the province is based.) Per the website of St. Dominic in New Orleans, Archer was in residence; the parish has a K-7 school. Archer's 65 years as a priest was celebrated by the archdiocese in 2017. On 3/28/19, the day after SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) publicly complained of Archer's presence at the parish, the archdiocese asked the Dominicans to move him. Named added in 1/29/20 to the Baton Rouge diocese's list.
Accused of abuse of 6 teenage girls in 1999 in Antioch. He was reported to police but girls refused to testify and charges dropped. He was transferred to Utah and had similar problems there. Transferred to San Francisco and then to St. Albert's Seminary in Oakland in 2002. Several other abusers lived at the Seminary. Bravo was allowed to come and go freely. Left St. Albert's in 2/05 when they placed restrictions on him. On Oakland diocese's list in 2019.
A man accused Bryce in 4/02 of abusing him as a boy in about 1977. The complaint was made to the Chicago office of the Dominican Order who notified the Diocese of Grand Rapids, where Bryce was working. Bryce was immediately removed from his assignment and returned to the Order's headquarters. Apparently Bryce admitted to the abuse, which occurred in another (unspecified) state. Reportedly in 2007 he was still an ordained priest. Reported to be living at St. Louis U's Jesuit Hall, but the the Catholic Directories show him to be living at St. Dominic Priory in St. Louis 2003 through at least 2017.
Worked in Tucson at St. Thomas More Newman Center 1968-74. Chaplain-director of Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson, a Mexican mariachi band of young men between the ages of 13-17, and travelled with them on tour throughout the United States and Mexico. He died in 1988. In 3/03 the diocese reviewed personnel files and announced that Butler and others had been subjects of credible allegations of sexual misconduct involving minors.
An 18-year old male filed suit in 11/05 alleging abuse in 2001-02 while attending Mother Seton parish in Germantown MD. Suit said abuse occurred in both MD and DC. Cote transferred to RI. Alleged to have abused a second youth in OH in the 1980s. Case settled 8/07 for $1.2M paid by Order. Also worked in Springfield MA. Woman filed suit 4/08 claiming abuse of her children. First criminal charges filed 7/08 claiming 2003 abuse. Found guilty 7/09. Received 10 years probation 11/09. Died in 2012. On Archdiocese of Washington DC list 10/15/18. On Columbus diocese's list 3/1/19. On Dominicans St. Joseph Province list in late 2018. On Springfield MA list 6/2/21.
Reportedly in 2005, De Domenico was accused of a manipulative relationship with a girl in Anchorage, with the crossing of sexual boundaries when she was age15 in the mid-1970s, then kissing and fondling beginning when she was age 16 and continuing into adulthood. De Domenico was in the archdiocese 1976-81. The archdiocese knew in at least 1987. The Dominicans' Sexual Misconduct Committee recommended his return to ministry. In 2005 he was not in public ministry and was living at a Dominican seminary in Oakland, CA. Also worked in the Oakland Diocese.
In 2002 and 2003, two men each accused Doyon of molesting them in Lewiston in the 1960s and '70s. Doyon was living at the SS Peter and Paul monastery at the time of the alleged abuse. He was still living there per 1989 Official Catholic Directory. Reported in 2005 to be deceased.
Extern priest from Colombia. Removed from Franciscan order 1985 for sexual abuse of a boy in Bolivia. Accepted by Dominicans, who were aware of his history. Sued 2004. Accused of abuse of a boy. Also charged in 2004 with sexually abusing a 10-year-old boy in 1999 and continuing until 2002 in St. Louis and Chicago. Believed to have returned to Colombia. Dismissed from Dominicans in 2001. Laicized in 2017. Some reports state he was transferred to St. Louis after abuse in Memphis. Others state that he came from St. Louis. Civil suit settled 2/09 for $2M from diocese and order. Included in the Memphis diocese's report 2/28/20.
Removed in 8/02 from assignment in the Baton Rouge, LA diocese after a civil suit was filed in Miami, alleging sexual abuse by Eggleton 1990-91 in FL. Also worked in New Orleans in 1993. The archdiocese announced in 7/04 that Eggleton was found "innocent of all charges by a Miami court" and was to begin work as prior for the Dominican House in Raleigh, NC.
Worked at St. Albert the Great in Minneapolis 1964-75. Left archdiocese in 1975. Sued in 2005. Accused of abuse and giving plaintiff alcohol and marijuana. Case settled for $450K plus past therapy just before trial. Also named as abuser of one or two other youths 1972-73 in a lawsuit in 2000; by Minnesota Court of Appeals due to statute of limitations. Frost died prior to 3/05. Name appears on list released by St. Paul Archdiocese 5/22/14
Arrived in Los Angeles 1983 and left 11/85. Sued in 1988 for abuse of two boys between 1983-86. Accused of abuse and boundary violations. Suspended by his order in 1985 and later expelled. Fled to the Philippines. Became part of the Archdiocese of Cebu. A second allegation in a civil suit in 2003. Removed without privileges 6/12 by Cebu Archbishop on CA allegations. Also linked to ivory smuggling. Personnel files were to be released in Fall 2012.
Caught in "compromising position" in 1981 in a graveyard at night with 13-year-old boy in Sacramento. Sent to Reno under Bishop McFarland, who sent him to Orange in 1984. (McFarland became bishop of Orange in 1986.) Placed on leave in 2002. Two separate suits filed 2002. Also worked in Oakland diocese. Claims included in 2005 $35M settlement to 33 victims. Order's insurance company did not want to pay $1.5M to reimburse Diocese for settlement. Status per Orange diocese in 8/16 was "Life of Prayer and Penance". On Sacramento diocese's list 4/30/19. It notes two reports received in 2003 of abuse of boys under age 14, occurring 1978-81.
A church secretary sued Johnston in 2000 saying her work contract was not renewed because her teenage son rebuffed the priest's sexual advances in 1999. Johnson admitted inappropriate sexual behavior and language but denied any sexual contact. Removed from parish and sent to Illinois after allegations made. Included on the Detroit archdiocese's list of credibly accused 6/10/19.
Accused in a lawsuit filed under the NY Child Victims Act in 8/23 of molesting an 8-year-old boy about 30 years prior, while assigned to St. Catherine of Siena in NYC. Jones' accuser first came forward in 9/18. The Dominicans' Province of St. Joseph deemed the allegation not credible. Was an Episcopal priest prior to converting in 1982 to Catholicism. Worked as a Dominican in New York, NY; Columbus, OH; New Haven, CT; Baltimore, MD; Washington, DC.
Religious Brother. Personnel file released 12/02. Karow was a Dominican brother when he allegedly molested a boy 1965-68. Became 3rd grade teacher in Boston Public schools, for 31 years. Diocesan officials found out in 1994 where he worked but did not tell school officials. This was just after the victim had come forward to Archdiocese and Order. Claim settled in 1996 for $115K. Karow retired from school in 1997. In 2001 he was living in Brenham ,TX. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database. Died in 2011. On Dominicans St. Joseph Province list in late 2018. It notes he professed in 1962 and was preparing for ordination when not approved for vows in 1965.
Named publicly as accused by the Dominicans St. Joseph Province on its list in late 2018. Included on the Archdiocese of Louisville's list in 2/19, where abuse took place. Added in 12/19 to the Diocese of Columbus' list. Died in Louisville 2/15/85. (Sometimes list as James Kilkenny.)
Named publicly by the St. Joseph Province Dominicans on its list update 6/21/19. Allegations noted to have been established in 2019. Kopfman died in 1988. (We are placing him for now in the New York archdiocese, where the province is based."
Accused in a 2013 letter of repeatedly molesting a girl in 1969-75 beginning when she was age 13 and Mattingly was connected with St. Stephen Priory in Dover, MA. Listed on the website of Boston attorney Mitchell Garabedian on 10/31/14 after a settlement had been reached in the year previous. On Dominicans St. Joseph Province list in late 2018. It notes his removal from contact with children in 1984. Died in 1991.
First named publicly as accused on the diocese's updated list 11/9/18. Noted to be deceased. On Dominicans St. Joseph Province list in late 2018. It notes McCarthy died in 1986, and allegation established in 2018. Added to the Columbus diocese's list 12/3/19.
Named publicly as accused by the Dominicans St. Joseph Province on its list in late 2018. No indication as to when or where the alleged abuse occurred. (Placing him in the NY archdiocese, which is where the province is based.) Died in 1994. Added to Columbus diocese's list 12/3/19.
Accused by two people of abuse when they were boys in Southern CA 1974-77. Order acknowledged the accusations. Also worked in the Oakland diocese. On Santa Rosa diocese's list 1/12/19. Chaplain 1993-2002 at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. Permanently removed from ministry 3/30/02.
Surrendered to police in 2000 after being charged with abusing two brothers 12/98-4/99. Had been removed and in treatment at St. Luke's prior to surrendering. Assigned to parish in NY state 1995-99; apparently was visiting in CT at time of assaults. Convicted. Got three years suspended sentence and 10 years probation. Listed on sex offender registry in Washington, D.C. as of 8/09. On Dominicans St. Joseph Province list in late 2018. On Hartford archdiocese's list 1/22/19. On Norwich diocese's list 2/22/19. Laicized in 2011. Died in 2015. Added to Columbus diocese's list 12/3/19.
Named publicly as accused by the Dominicans' St. Joseph Province on its list in late 2018. It notes Powers became a part of the Province of St. Martin de Porres when it was formed in 1979. Allegation established in 2009. Died 10/19/10. Per his obituary, Powers was a Marine chaplain in China, Japan and Pacific Islands 1955-59. Worked in variety of parish and special assignments 1960-96, including Ohio, Michigan, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, North and South Carolina and New Orleans. On the Raleigh diocese's list in 10/18, for allegations around 2002 of abuse in 1966 in the Raleigh diocese. On the Providence diocese's list 7/1/19. On Columbus diocese's list 12/13/19. On the Fall River diocese's list in 1/21 of credibly accused.
Accused in 2002 of abuse in 1976. Civil suit filed 12/03. Per LA archdiocesan report, there were 4 accusers claiming abuse 1959-76. Reilly was reportedly in residence for several years at St. Dominic's in San Francisco, which had a school. Also worked in Oakland diocese. On San Bernardino diocese's list 10/9/18. Worked there at Notre Dame High School in Riverside 1988-93. SB diocese list notes abuse took place in Eugene OR in 1983, that it was made aware in 5/93 and that Reilly left the diocese 5/93. Died in 2016. On Dominicans St. Joseph Province list in late 2018. It notes transfer in 1974 to the Province of the Holy Name.
Worked in dioceses/archdioceses of Washington DC, Boston, Nashville, Providence. Left priesthood 1986, laicized 1988. Per 9/01 article, pled guilty to 1999 sexual assault of a 21-year-old mentally disabled man; sentenced to 10 years probation, counseling. Ordered to register as sex offender. Died in 2009. Included on Attorney Garabedian's list 3/28/16 of accused clerics named in civil claims resulting in settlements or arbitration awards. Settlement with Order 11/15 re alleged abuse of minor 1968-69 at St. Stephen's Priory in Dover MA. On Dominican Province of St. Joseph's list in late 2018. On Providence diocese's list 7/1/19.
In a 2005 civil suit filed in Miami, a man accused Rodriguez of abusing him as a minor at Holy Cross in Atlanta. Plaintiff alleged that Rodriguez kept him locked in the basement of the rectory, drugged him and abused him over a 30-day period. The plaintiff also alleged abuse by multiple other priests in Miami. He fled to Atlanta to escape the abuse. Supposedly Rodriguez admitted abuse to Fr. Hector Gonzales Abreu. Suit settled 2007.
Accused of abusing in Eugene, OR. In 2005 the Order acknowledged a single credible allegation that Ryan had touched a high school boy over his clothing 22 prior. Removed from public ministry. Also worked in the Oakland CA diocese. Last known location was St. Albert's Priory in Oakland.
Accused of abuse of at least three girls and three young women in the Fort Worth diocese at various times. Sent for treatment in 1993. Diagnosis was "a very underdeveloped psycho-sexual personality," Transferred to the Galveston-Houston diocese where he was working when placed on leave in 2006. Personnel files released by the Fort Worth diocese 11/28/06 under court order. One allegation was reported to police in 12/06. Seven original accusers filed suit in 12/09. One dropped; six others settled suit 10/6/11.
Accused of non-genital touching over clothing of a 14- to 17-year-old boy in the mid-1980s in Oregon. In 2005, because of some other instances of boundary violations with adults and because of disobedience issues since that time not relating to sexual misconduct, he was reportedly not permitted to leave the Dominican residence unattended or without permission. He had no public ministry, nor does was he allowed contact with youngsters. Included on the Archdiocese of Los Angeles' updated list 12/6/18; report in 2014 of incident(s) in 1983.
Western Province Domincan. Former provincial. Prior of St. Albert's Priory, Chapel and Seminary in Oakland CA; Director Shrine of St. Jude in San Francisco.Taught high school in OR and in Los Angeles CA. Former pastor and prior of Holy Rosary parish in Portland OR. Accused in a 2/16 lawsuit of the sexual abuse of a 10-year-old boy altar boy in 1987. Plaintiff said he told other priests who told him he must obey Vogt. Vogt denied the abuse. The plaintiff dropped the suit in 5/17 after his brothers testified that they were altar boys with him, and that there was no abuse.
Accused in 2005 of inappropriate physical contact on one occasion with a boy, about age 12, in the early 1960s. The alleged victim received a settlement. No other victims located by a private investigator. Yost , who in 2005 was elderly, in poor health, and unable to drive, was judged to be no danger to children by a clinical professor of psychiatry.