Was a religious brother for many years prior to his 1990 ordination. Founded the Our Lady of Fatima Center in Cleveland, OH, where he worked 1970-87. Accused of abuse of a boy there 1983-87, who sued in the early 2000s. Included in the Lost Angeles archdiocese's 10/08 "Final Addendum to the Report to the People of God." Worked in Cleveland, Atlanta GA, Washington DC, Stirling NJ, Los Angeles and Adelphi, MD.
Suspended by his order in 1994 for refusing to undergo psychological testing. Accused in 1999 of sexual abuse in Maine in the late 1970s or early 1980s. Hill became an S.T. brother in 1944 and an S.T. priest in 1951. On the Jackson diocese's list 3/19/19. It notes report in 1994 of abuse in Indiana in 1992. Died in 2003.
Named publicly as accused by the Jackson diocese on its list 3/19/19. It notes report received in 1991 of abuse in 1967 in New Jersey. Retired in 2002. Died in 2008. Added to Richmond diocese's list 10/4/19 of those with abuse alleged to have occurred in the diocese.
A/k/a Roland Melody. Confessed in 1987 to abusing a girl for three years, while an active duty Navy chaplain. Sentenced to a 20-year suspended sentence, 10 years probation and 5 years of therapy. Privileges suspended in 1988. Per a 10/03 news article, Melody had been dismissed from the Navy and the priesthood, still claiming innocence. He married a female Navy chaplain. On the Richmond diocese's list 2/13/19. Melody died in 3/19.
Named publicly as accused on the Wheeling-Charleston diocese's list in late 2018. It notes an allegation received 2/12/86 of abuse between 1979 and 1985. Tague was assigned to St. Joan of Arc parish in Wheeling 7/64-9/85. He left the diocese 9/20/85 and died 6/3/03.
Accused in a 6/02 lawsuit of abusing two boys who were members of the Little Martins, a touring singing group of Hispanic boys. As of 2002, Van Trieste, 87, was in a Maryland nursing home with dementia. Three additional men joined in the suit in 9/02. Died 4/5/07.