Named publicly as accused by the Beaumont diocese on its list 1/31/19. Also known to have been assigned in the Archdiocese of New Orleans 1967-74. Removed from ministry in about 1981. Died 8/18/14. Included on the St. Augustine diocese's list 11/6/20. Noted to have abused there 1976-78.
Named publicly as accused by the Baton Rouge diocese on its list in early 2019. One allegation received by the diocese in 12/02, of abuse 1968-72. Coyne left the diocese in 1977. Also known to have worked in New Orleans in 1979. Died in 1981.
Suspended in 2002 after allegations that he molested a 14-year-old boy in 4/02 at St. Francis Xavier parish in East Baltimore. Archdiocese said in 9/02 that the allegation did not "appear...credible" but investigation revealed "significant issues of concern about...fitness for ministry with minors." He resigned and was placed on leave by his Order. Indicted on criminal charges in 5/03; criminal charges dismissed by judge "at the request of the victim's family" in 12/03. On the Baltimore archdiocese's list 7/23/19.
Accused in 2002 of sexually abusing four minors in the Lafayette LA diocese between 1967 and 1972. Was retired and living at a nursing home in Canada. On leave of absence 1972-73, then worked in TX for two years. Retired in 1975. Order was investigating and had offered counseling to victims. Note: Both 1993 and 2002 Catholic Directories show him assigned to the Baltimore Diocese. Also shows his name spelled Wilfrid. Died in 2012.
Named publicly as accused by the Baltimore archdiocese on its list 4/24/19. It notes multiple allegations of abuse, occurring in the 1970s. Appointed auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in 1987. Died in 1993.
Named publicly as accused by the Archdiocese of Mobile on its list 12/6/18. "Misconduct" noted to have occurred 1972-78. Worked at some point at Most Pure Heart of Mary parish in Mobile. Also worked in New Orleans. On Baton Rouge diocese's list in early 2019. In residence at some point at St. Catherine of Siena in Donaldsonville, LA. Hardman died in 2007.
First named publicly by the Mobile archdiocese as accused on its list 12/6/18. Mobile spelled his name Kiel. Worked in the 1950s at St Joseph's in Maysville AL. On the Galveston-Houston archdiocese's list 1/31/19, which gives Kyles as an alternate spelling. Keil worked in Houston before his assignment in the Mobile archdiocese and again in the 1960s. As a Josephite, his ministry was in African-American churches. He worked in Tampa FL in the 1930s and was transferred to Baton Rouge LA in 1938. Worked at a New Orleans parish 1930-31 and 1953-55. In Tampa he was an organizer of the African-American Boy Scout movement and a director of the Urban League. Keil was born on 8/12/1893, ordained in 1/1927, and died on 5/11/1969.
Accused of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old girl in 6/06 just after she graduated from high school. Archdiocese did not tell police until 9/06 after it completed its own investigation. Lane was reportedly transferred to Missouri. No criminal charges filed due to insufficient evidence. Faculties removed. Named as accused on the Los Angeles archdiocese's updated list 12/6/18.
Named publicly as accused on the Mobile archdiocese's list 12/6/18. Name misspelled Lawler. "Misconduct" noted to have occurred in 1972. Doesn't say where. Parish assignments in Birmingham and Mobile. Also worked in New Orleans 1961-1969 and 1989-2001. Deceased.
Named publicly as accused by the Baton Rouge diocese on its list in early 2019. It notes one allegation received in 9/94, of abuse in the mid-1950s while assigned to Immaculate Conception in Plaquemine. LeFrois died in 1992.
Maurer pleaded guilty in 1993 to federal charges of fondling a 12-year-old boy in 1992 on a cruise ship based in Port Canaveral, FL. Before plea, he was sent to Toronto for treatment. He was apparently retired and living in Baltimore 1992-93, but the 1993 Catholic Directory shows he was affiliated with Galveston-Houston Diocese. He died in 1993. Obit was in Houston TX newspaper. Worked in New Orleans 1949-58. Name on 9/02 list from Archdiocese of Baltimore of religious priests and brothers accused of sexual abuse of children.
In 10/21 three men in their 50s stated publicly that Queren repeatedly sexually abused them and "nearly a dozen" other boys when they were 10- and 11-year-old altar servers at Holy Family in Lawtell. The priest allegedly used them to recruit other boys, and tried to have them "do each other" in a group. At least one of them had come forward to the diocese in 2018. Lawtell died in 1992.
Worked many years in Galveston-Houston archdiocese. Long-time TX Southern Univ Newman center chaplain. Taught at St. Tomas Univ., Alderian psychologist. Also worked in Washington DC and Mobile AL. Convicted twice on child sex charges. Pled no contest in 1979 to indecency with a child in Houston, TX, given three years probation. Kept in ministry. Surrendered to police in DC 4/93 after accusations that in 1/93 he had sex with a boy he was tutoring. Sentenced to one year prison, suspended, and one year probation. Removed from ministry. Had also been accused in AL. Returned after 1993 to his native Bar Harbor, ME. On Washington DC archdiocese's list 10/15/18. On Galveston Houston list 1/31/19.
Worked in the Baltimore area 1960s-1980s. Met his wife when she was teenager at church. Married her when her family learned she was pregnant at 19. She found child porn on computer in 2007 and left him. He would visit her in rehab center (auto accident). Police warned him after he made improper calls to a 9-year-old boy he met there. Arrested in 8/09 in Chicago after caught in a car with a 15-year-old boy he met online. More child porn found. Pled guilty in 1/11. Sentenced in 8/12 to 10 years prison and 10 years probation.