In a suit filed in 3/02 a man alleged that Gauthier sexually abused him many times when he was ages 9-12, during 1969-72, at Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary. He also claimed that there were at least 7-10 victims. The man said he had attempted suicide 15-20 times. In 2002 Gautheir was retired.
First named publicly as accused on the Diocese of San Bernardino's list 10/9/18. Abuse reportedly occurred in 1970 and 1972 in IN, IL and MD. Taught early in career at a minor seminary in Lenox, MA. Worked at Notre Dame High School in Riverside, CA 1980-83. Became Navy chaplain in 1984. San Bernardino diocese aware of allegations in 1987. Reported to U.S. Navy in 1988 and to police in 2002. Sentenced by Vatican to Prayer and Penance.
Placed on leave after allegations in a SD civil suit that he had abused children at a Native American School in the 1970s. No previous allegations. Order said charges "not credible" in 2/11 and returned him to ministry. Later statement by Order said that the allegation was actually "unsubstantiated." SD Supreme Court ruled lawsuit could go forward in 1/12. Was living and working in the Jackson, MS diocese.
First named publicly as accused on the San Bernardino diocese's list 10/9/18. Diocese noted to have become aware of allegations 10/17/93 of abuse 1976-80. Reported to Order. Melzer was assigned during that time to St. Matthew's in Corona. Died 4/11/09.
Admitted in a 3/08 deposition that he was convicted of sodomizing young boys in Washington, D.C. He said he spent 20 years in a Sex Addicts Anonymous program. Also admitted abusing at least one youth at St. Joseph's Indian School in Chamberlain, SD. This victim filed suit in 6/07 alleging Miles and another staff member raped and sexually abused him from age 7-10 at the school.
Elected vice provincial of Order in 2010. Placed on leave after allegations in SD civil suit that he had abused children at a Native American School in the 1970s. No previous allegations. Order said charges "not credible" in 2/11 and returned him to ministry. Later statement by Order said that the allegation was actually "unsubstantiated." SD Supreme Court ruled lawsuit could go forward in 1/12. Worked in WI early in career.
Assistant Professor at Sacred Heart School of Theology in Milwaukee. Accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl who was with friends outside a hotel in LaCrosse where he was attending a canon law conference. One of the girl's friends took a picture of him after he grabbed the girl's breast. Admitted to having a few drinks but denied the assault. Arrested 8/9/11. Resigned from Seminary after arrest. Charges reduced in 9/11 and dropped in 12/11. Order was still investigating. Also spent time in Houston TX. Per the Diocese of Jackson MS website in 2/21, Szatkowski was a Pastoral Team Moderator for six parishes in the diocese.
Member of MA-based Congregation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary. Caught three times in 1964 by Washington, DC police having sex with boys before he was sent to NM for treatment. Lived at Via Coeli Center, allowed to work in parishes. Later assigned full time as parish priest. A man filed suit 10/11 against Santa Fe AD and Paracletes, claiming abuse by Weisenborn for three years in the 1960s while at St. Francis Xavier in Albuquerque. Settled 11/12. In residence at a parish per 1989 Directory. Died 1991. New lawsuit filed 5/15 in Albuquerque alleging abuse of a boy repeatedly at St. Francis Xavier, beginning in 1968. Included on Santa Fe archdiocese's list 9/12/17.