Named publicly as accused by the Baltimore archdiocese on its list 4/24/19. Ordained for the archdiocese, joined the Sulpician order in 1949. Allegation in 2002 that Braun sexually abused a minor in the mid-1940s. Braun was assigned to St. Dominic's 1942-49. Died in 1964.
Ordained for the Sulpician order in in 1951. Started his career in Mountain View, CA. Moved to Hawaii in 1957 and became bishop in 1982. Accused in 1985 of abuse of a 15-year-old boy beginning in 1975. A 1991 civil suit was dismissed due to SOL. Allegations "found to be groundless by an internal church investigation." Retired in 1993; died in 2003. New civil suit filed in 2012 claimed abuse in 1973. Accuser reported to diocese in 1991 but no action. Named in three suits filed in 2013. Accused in 2014 suit of abuse of a minor in 1968 or 1969, after the youth told him he had been abused by Fr. William Queenan. Accused in a 4/20 lawsuit of abuse of a boy, about ages 12-14, in 1975-78.
Foisy's education and career took him from his native New Hampshire to New York, Montreal, Washington DC, Maryland and Michigan. He held leadership positions as a Sulpilcian and in the diocese of Manchester, NH, where he also did parish and hospital work. Accused in a 1994 lawsuit of abusing a boy over 4 years in the 1960s in Michigan, when he was administrator of St. John's Seminary in Plymouth. Placed on sick leave in 1996. Died 4/29/16.
Ordained for the Society of St. Sulpice. At some point became a priest of the Diocese of Manchester, NH. Suspended in 12/02 after a woman alleged that Gregoire sexually abused her as a minor in Seattle in the 1970s. Allegations deemed credible. After investigating, the Vatican authorized Gregoire's return to active status in 8/03.
First named publicly as accused on the archdiocese's list 10/15/18. Archdiocese first received report of abuse in 1953. Suspended in 1953 and 1954. Returned to ministry after evaluation. Permanently removed from parish ministry in 1958. Died in 1984. On Baltimore archdiocese's list 4/24/19. It notes a woman alleged in 2002 abuse by Lannon in the mid-1930s. Assigned to Baltimore parishes 1933-1943. Became priest of Washington DC archdiocese when it was established in the 1940s.
Priest of the Society of St. Sulpice (Sulpicians). Worked many years in the Archdiocese of Seattle, including nearly 20 at St. Edward's minor seminary. Also worked in the Archdioceses of Baltimore, Washington DC, San Francisco CA, and Detroit MI. Died 6/21/86. Name included on Seattle archdiocese's list 1/15/16 of clergy and religious with admitted, established or credible allegations against them of sexual abuse of a minor.
In a civil suit filed 4/4/14, a man alleged he was abused by Queenan at age 14 in 1968 when he was a student at St. Stephen's Seminary and Queenan was a teacher. He claimed he told then-priest, later-Bishop, Joseph Ferrario, who also abused him. In the same suit, the man said he was abused by Br. Robert Brouillette and Br. Thomas Ford (both known abusers) in 1970 when he transferred to Damien Memorial High School. Damien Memorial was run by the Irish Christian Brothers. Another man received a settlement in 3/16, claiming abuse by Queenan and Fr Anthony Pascale at St. Stephen's, and by Fr Francis Daubert years earlier.