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LastFirstOrdTStatusD/ONotesDioceseSource/Assignments
BabisDaniel G.1948PSuedDiocesanAccused in 1/9/06 complaint of sexually abusing a boy and girl and three of their siblings from the early 1950s through 1968, when their father confronted Babis. The abuse, which allegedly included fondling and photographing his naked victims, occurred in the children's home while their father was ill, in church buildings including a home for retired nuns, and on overnight trips. Babis was transferred to Florida in 1970. He died there in 12/12/78. Since the suit was filed, fat least four others reportedly have alleged abuse during the 1960s at Babis' last NY parish: two brothers and a sister in one family and a girl fondled at age nine in the rectory.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
New York Post 01.12.06; Newsday 01.12.06; Newsday 02.06.06; Newsday 02.07.06; Newsday 10.01.06
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Baca
Michael aka Miguel1953PAccusedFranciscanIncluded in the Gallup diocese's 12/16/14 list of clergy having credible allegations of sexual misconduct made against them. The diocese provided a partial list of assignments for Baca, which showed him at St Joseph the Worker in San Fidel NM in 1961. But the Official CatholicDirectory lists him as assigned there as Retreat Director for the decade 1961-1970. Baca's 18 years of missionary work took him throughout the US, and he also worked among the Otomi Indians of central Mexico. Besides Gallup, Baca worked in the Peoria IL diocese and the Santa Fe and Louisville archdioceses. For 12 years, Baca wrote the "Life Is for Living" column for the national magazine St Anthony Messenger.Gallup, NMSource:
Wichita Catholic Advance 09.23.60; Santa Fe New Mexican 05.31.62; Albuquerque Journal 05.09.63; Santa Fe New Mexican 05.27.65; Clovis News Journal 10.11.68; Santa Fe New Mexican 07.21.78; Gallup Diocese Website 12.16.14; Cibola Beacon 05.10.17
Baca
Paul M1949PSettledDiocesanWoman filed suit 1/00. Alleged a sexual relationship with Baca for one year beginning 1973 when she was 15. Suit also alleged relationship resumed in 1989 and lasted until 1990s. Woman had a videotape and transcript wherein Baca admitted "repetitive sexual contact." He resigned. Suit was settled 6/00 for undisclosed amount. Settlement also covered claims by another woman who claimed Baca had a 2-year affair with her which ended in 2000. Died 2/8/13. Included in Santa Fe archdiocese list of accused on 9/12/17.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Albuquerque Journal 01.13.00; Albuquerque Tribune 01.13.00; Albuquerque Tribune 01.14.00; Albuquerque Journal 01.17.00; Albuquerque Tribune 01.21.00; Albuquerque Journal 06.08.00; Archdiocese of Santa Fe list 09.12.17
Assignments:
Albuquerque Tribune 1.15.00
Baccellieri
Joseph A.1966PSuedDiocesanRemoved from active duty in 2002. 2 men filed suits in 2004 alleging abuse in 1970s at Central Catholic High School. One plaintiff had a secretly recorded tape wherein Baccelliere seemed to admit molesting the Plaintiffs and indicating that there were other victims. Placed on leave in 1992 after allegation of abuse in 1970s involving teenage males. Went to rehab & then reassigned to several parishes beginning in 1994. Supposedly reassigned on limited basis under close supervision. Retired in 2002.Portland, ORSource:
Associated Press 4.3.10; The Oregonian 4.3.10; The Oregonian 6.06.07 (Documents); Associated Press 02.23.04; Press Release by Archdiocese of Portland 02.23.04; The Oregonian 02.23.04; The Oregonian 02.24.04; San Francisco Chronicle 07.10.04; The Oregonian 06.24.05; Oregonian Table 11.12.06; The Oregonian 11.12.06; Final Report of Document Arbitration 11.24.08
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
BacigalupoLeonard1930PAccusedFranciscanDied 10/10/94. Per 1/03 articles, Bacigalupo was accused of unspecified abuse at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in East Boston in 1969 or 1970. His personnel file had just been released. Omitted from 2011 Boston AD database because he was an Order priest. Boston, MASource:
Albany Times Union 10.12.94; Boston Globe 01.31.03; Boston Herald 01.31.03; Boston Globe 11.20.11
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Backous
Timothy (Fr Timo)1986PAccusedO.S.B.St. John's Prep School headmaster 2006 -13. Parents of former St. John's Boys' Choir member in 5/14 alleged sex abuse of their son by Backous during choir's 1990 bus trip across Europe; parents knew in 1991 and reported to Abbot. Abbot paid for son's counseling and apparently told parents Backous would no longer work with children. Sheriff told parents he had no authority because abuse was in Europe. Parents learned 5/24/14 Backous said mass at Memorial Day weekend at the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis; they informed Archbishop. Abbot of St John's Abbey wrote 6/10/14 that allegations had never been proven and Backous was not working under any restrictions but was a priest in good standing. He also worked at Essentia Health in Duluth. Named in 2 lawsuits 4/16: a man claimed abuse at St. John's Prep 1982-83 at age 16; another alleged abuse at age 12-13 by Backous on a choir trip to Europe in 1990. Abbey called allegations "without merit and false."St. Cloud, MNSource:
Letter from Victim's Parents 05.31.14; Statement from Abbot Klassen of St John Abbey 06.10.14; Minnesota Public Radio 06.11.14; My Fox 9 06.11.14; St Cloud Times 06.11.14; Statement by Archdiocese of St Paul 06.11.14; Duluth News Tribune 06.12.14; MN SNAP Statement 06.16.14; Northlands News Center 06.16.14; WDIO 06.16.14; Pioneer Press 06.17.14; Duluth News Tribune 06.20.14; Deliverence 06.24.14; St Cloud Times 06.25.14; KSTP 04.28.16; St Cloud Times 04.28.16; Star-Tribune 04.28.16; St Cloud Times 08.24.16
Bagert
Matthew1997PConvictedDiocesanArrested 2005 on charges of possessing child porn on his computer. Trial set for 6/06. Charges dismissed just prior to trial after judge said evidence of the porn was obtained illegally by a Deacon and another priest. Case was referred to Feds for prosecution. Left priesthood and married. In 11/08 Bagert pleaded not guilty to federal indictment of child porn. In 4/09 he changed plea to guilty. Sentenced 12/1/09 to 4 yrs 3 mo. in prison.Dallas, TXSource:
Dallas Morning News 02.03.05; Dallas Morning News 02.07.05; Dallas Morning News 02.08.05; Dallas Morning News 03.16.05; Dallas Morning News 03.23.05; Dallas Morning News 06.28.05; Dallas Morning News 04.21.06; Dallas Morning News 06.10.06; Dallas Morning News 06.16.06; Dallas Morning News 11.25.08; Dallas Morning News 04.13.09; Dallas Morning News 04.28.09; Fort Worth Star Telegram 04.28.09; Dallas Morning News 12.01.09; Fort Worth Star Telegram 12.01.09; Dallas Morning News 12.02.09
Bagley
John J.1960PAccusedDiocesanFinished seminary in Rome. Served at Vatican 1972-1974. Placed on leave 2/02 after man called Diocese to complain of abuse in 1967 when he was 17. He had complained to Bishop Harrington in 1994 but nothing done. At least 1 more accuser located. Unableto prosecute in MA due to SOL but matter referred to Canada for possible prosecution. Resigned as minister 2003 but still priest. 2nd man filed civil suit 12/04 re 1963 abuse. Trial set 2006.Worcester, MASource:
Sunday Telegram 3.3.02; Telegram & Gazette 3.7.03; Telegram & Gazette 02.21.02; Telegram & Gazette 02.22.02; The Day 03.18.02; Telegram & Gazette 11.15.02; Telegram & Gazette 05.16.03; Telegram & Gazette 05.20.03; Telegram & Gazette 05.31.03; Telegram & Gazette 12.30.04; Telegram & Gazette 02.15.06
Baglio
Joseph L1944PSuedDiocesanIdentified 2/11/15 as accused of abusing a minor. Woman has reportedly filed a claim alleging she was molested as a child by Baglio in 1965. He was director of CYO and the Catholic Youth Center in Minneapolis 1946-1967 and then pastor of Our Lady of Grace in Edina until his 1977 retirement to Miami FL. Returned to Twin Cities in 1993. Died 8/23/97.St. Paul-Minneapolis, MNSource:
Jeff Anderson & Associates 02.11.15; Star Tribune 02.27.15
Assignments:
Assignment History by Anderson
BaierDonald1975PAccusedDiocesanPer 7/02 articles, Baier, who retired in 2000, had his ministerial rights permanently revoked by Bishop after anonymous letter with documentation of alleged abuse received by Diocese in May, 2002. Investigation found evidence of at least 2 victims in separate locations but no victims came forward so Diocese did not report to law enforcement.Venice, FLSource:
Injury Board 9.5.08; Sarasota Herald Tribune 5 29 02; Diocese of Venice News Release 05.24.02; Bradenton Herald 05.31.02; Naples Daily News 04.28.03
Bailey
George F.1963PAccusedDiocesanLeft priesthood in late1980s. Per 2002 articles, at least 10 women have accused him of abusing them when they were grade-school students at St. Vincent School in Akron and St. Mary's School in Bedford. Apparently these accusations were made known to Diocese before Bailey left the priesthood. Laicization announced 3/14.Cleveland, OHSource:
Beacon Journal 04.09.02; Cleveland Plain Dealer 04.09.02; Plain Dealer 11.23.02; Beacon Journal 03.27.14; WKSU 03.27.14
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
BailotEugene1937PSuedDiocesanBailot (or Baillot) was one of 16 priests named for the first time in numerous sexual abuse lawsuits filed in 1/03 in Boston. Woman said Bailot abused her and her brother in 1950s after establishing himself as "a darling" in the eyes of their family. He retired in 1975; died in 1983. No formal determination of guilt because he died prior to canonical investigation.Boston, MASource:
Connecticut 01.18.03; Boston Globe 01.30.03; National Catholic Register 08.25.11; Salem News 08.26.11; Taunton Daily Gazette 08.26.11; The Patch 08.29.11; Jamaica Plain Gazette 09.09.11
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
BairdLawrence J.1969PAccusedDiocesanSpokesman for Diocese for many years. Accused in 2002 of abusing a girl who came to him for advice after being abused by Rev. John Lenihan. Baird countersued plaintiff 4/02 but his suit was dismissed in 2002 and he was ordered to pay atty fees for plaintiff. 2nd woman also alleged abuse as a child. Still active as of 8/07 per Diocese website.Orange, CASource:
NBC4 TV 4.1.02; LA Times 04.02.02; LA Times 04.05.02; Associated Press 04.11.02; LA Times 04.17.02; LA Times 11.07.02; LA Times 11.28.02; LA Times 10.06.03; LA Times 10.11.03; LA Times 03.05.04; Press Democrat 03.22.04; OC Register 01.12.09; Orange County Weekly 01.12.09; Orange County Weekly 01.13.09
BaisiLinda NSettledUnknownAccused in 2/8/96 suit of sexually abusing a boy for 5 years, starting at age 12 in 1987. The abuse included oral sex. In 1995, complainant mentioned the abuse to a counselor, who reported it to authorities. Baisi left her order in 1979 and was teacher when the abuse began. She was principal in 1996 when suit was filed and she was suspended. She admitted the abuse in taped conversations with the victim. Her attorney and the judge stated that she had effectively admitted to the charges.New York, NYSource:
Daily News 02.25.96; Daily News 03.02.96; NY Times 09.15.00; Daily News 09.19.00; NY Times 09.19.00
Baker
Gerald H.1983PAccusedDiocesanPastor of St. Mary of the Woods in Whitesville KY since June 2012. Suspended after diocese received allegation 5/3/16 of "improper conduct of a sexual nature" with a male minor from St. Mary's. Kentucky State Police launched an investigation. Baker worked in parishes across Western KY. At time of suspension was also pastor of St. John the Baptist in Fordsville.Owensboro, KYSource:
Gleaner 05.18.16; Tristate Homepage 05.19.16; WAVE 05.20.16
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Baker
Michael Stephen1974PSettledDiocesanAs many as 23 accusers. Two brothers settled in 2000 for $1.3M. Criminal charges dropped due to CA Sup Ct ruling. Arrested again 1/06. Laicized 12/00. Included in 12/06 $60M settlement re 22 priests. Also included in 7/07 massive $660M settlement. Pled guilty 12/07 to abuse of 2 boys. Sentenced to 10 yrs 4 mo in prison. New suit 6/10. Released on parole 10/11. Arrested for probation violations 11/11 & 9/12. Some personnel files released 1/13. Settlement with 4 in 3/13 for $9.9M.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Times 12.01.02; Collection of Articles prior to 01.01.12; Corona del Mar Today 09.11.12; Daily Pilot 09.11.12; Orange County Weekly 09.11.12; The Patch 09.12.12; LA Daily News 10.12.12; Huffington Post (AP) 01.21.13; LA Times 01.22.13; Santa Barbara Independent 01.24.13; LA Times 02.04.13; CBS 12 02.06.13; Worthy Adversary 02.07.13; BBC News 03.12.13; CNN 03.12.13; Democrat and Chronicle 03.12.13; Grand Forks Herald 03.12.13; LA Times 03.12.13; LA Times 03.12.13; NBC News 03.12.13; CBS Los Angeles 03.14.13; LA Times 03.14.13; NBC Southern California 03.14.13; LA Times 03.15.13; National Catholic Reporter 03.28.13; LA Times 12.01.13; Raw Story 12.03.13; Beach Reporter 11.09.17
Assignments:
; BA.org Assignment Record
Baker
Stephen P BSuedT.O.R. FranciscansTeacher/trainer/coach in MN, MI, VA and PA. Molested boys and girls when giving massages for injuries. Removed in 2000 after MI allegation; lived under supervision. First known abuse in MN 1977; reported 2003 & settled 2005. Settlement 2012 of Order and JFK HS with 11 men re 1980s abuse announced 1/16/13. Baker committed suicide 1/26/13. Diocese knew of allegations in 2009. Allegations in 2011 re Bishop McCort HS in Johnstown PA. Multiple lawsuits. $8M settlement with 88 survivors announced 10/21/14. PA AG announced charges vs 3 T.O.R. Franciscans responsible for Baker's assignments: Giles A. Schinelli, Robert J. D'Aversa, Anthony M. Criscitelli each charged with endangering the welfare of children and criminal conspiracy. Rev. Bradley Baldwin, T.O.R. suspended pending investigation of his supervisory role. Diocese and T.O.Rs settled 28 claims in 9/16 for $900k.Charges v Schinelli dismissed in 10/23.St. Paul-Minneapolis, MNSource:
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; WFMJ 02.04.13; WKBN 02.04.13; Daily Tribune 02.25.13; WeAreCentralPA 03.20.13; Altoona Mirror 03.21.13; Altoona Mirror 03.21.13; Tribune Democrat 03.21.13; Altoona Mirror 03.22.13; Collection of Articles Before 03.28.13; San Francisco Chronicle 04.15.13; Tribune Democrat 04.15.13; Tribune Democrat 04.26.13; Tribune Democrat 06.05.13; Tribune Democrat 07.17.13; ABC 23 07.19.13; Altoona Mirror 07.19.13; Altoona Mirror 10.05.13; WWCP Fox 8 10.05.13; Tribune-Democrat 10.11.13; ABC 23 10.12.13; Altoona Mirror 10.12.13; WJAC 10.12.13; WJAC 10.17.13; Tribune-Democrat 10.20.13; Tribune-Democrat 10.30.13; Altoona Mirror 10.31.13; San Francisco Chronicle 10.31.13; WJAC 10.31.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.02.13; WJAC 11.02.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.03.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.12.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.12.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.16.13; Seattle PI 11.20.13; WJAC 11.20.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.21.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.21.13; Youngstown Vindicator 11.21.13; Tribune-Democrat 11.22.13; Tribune-Democrat 12.20.13; WJAC 01.17.14; Tribune-Democrat 01.18.14; Tribune-Democrat 01.26.14; Tribune-Democrat 02.21.14; Centre Daily Times 04.25.14; Tribune-Democrat 04.26.14; Daily Reporter 04.27.14; Road to Recovery Press Release 04.27.14; The Republic (AP) 04.27.14; Tribune-Democrat 04.28.14; WJAC 04.28.14; Tribune-Democrat 04.29.14; We are Central PA 04.29.14; Tribune-Democrat 05.19.14; SNAP Statement 05.20.14; Pioneer Press 05.22.14; Statement by Archdiocese of St Paul 05.22.14; WJAC 06.26.14; Road to Recovery 07.22.14; Tribune-Democrat 07.23.14; We Are Central PA 07.23.14; Daily Journal 08.15.14; Indiana Gazette 08.15.14; Tribune-Democrat 10.21.14; ABC News 03.01.16; Tribune-Democrat 03.01.16; Vindicator 03.07.16; WFMJ 03.07.16; WKBN 03.07.16; ABC News 03.15.16; Archdiocese of St Paul and Minneapolis 03.15.16; Catholic Spirit 03.15.16; Daily Mail (UK) 03.15.16; Fox News 03.15.16; National Catholic Reporter 03.15.16; New York Times 03.15.16; NPR 03.15.16; PA GJ Presentment 03.15.16; PennLive 03.15.16; PennLive 03.15.16; PennLive 03.15.16; Tribune-Review 03.15.16; Wall Street Journal 03.15.16; Washington Post 03.15.16; We Are Central PA 03.15.16; WGAL 03.15.16; WJAC 03.15.16; WJAC 03.15.16; WJAC 03.15.16; WJAC 03.15.16; WJAC 03.15.16; Altoona Mirror 03.16.16; WJAC 03.16.16; WJAC 03.16.16; NBC 12 03.17.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 03.17.16; The Virginian-Pilot 03.17.16; KARE 03.18.16; Star Tribune 03.22.16; KSN 03.25.16; The Tribune-Review 03.25.16; Courier-Express 04.02.16; ABC News 04.14.16; ABC News 04.14.16; San Francisco Chronicle 04.14.16; ABC News 04.27.16; PennLive 04.27.16; Reuters 04.27.16; Tribune-Democrat 04.27.16; WRAL 04.27.16; The Tribune-Review 05.13.16; The Tribune-Democrat 06.03.16; Tribune-Democrat 08.27.16; Tribune-Democrat 08.27.16; The Tribune-Democrat 08.31.16; Tribune Chronicle 09.12.16; Philly com 09.13.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 09.13.16; WKBN 09.13.16; Altoona Mirrir 09.14.16; Tribune-Democrat 09.14.16; Vindicator 09.14.16; Philly com 09.16.16; Tribune-Democrat 11.29.16; Tribune-Democrat 07.08.17; Altoona Mirror 10.24.17; AP via US News & World Report 10.24.17
Assignments:
BA Assignment Record; Archdiocese of St. Paul Assignment Record; PA GJ Presentment 03.15.16
BalakFrederick R. PSuedDiocesanNamed as abuser in Addendum to Archdiocese Report. 1 accuser claims abuse from 1967-1968.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05
Assignments:
LA Times Database 4.20.06
BalbinVictor PAccusedDiocesanAccused of abuse of a teenage girl. LA archdiocese counts 1 accuser. Extern priest from Philippines working in ArchdioceseLos Angeles, CASource:
Associated Press 2.8.84; LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 4; Milla v. Tamayo, 187 Cal.App.3d 1453
Balcom
Gary E.1972PAccusedDiocesanIn 1993 lawsuit, Balcom was accused of showering with an altar boy, fondling him, giving him alcohol and threatening him in 1970s. Admitted molesting 8 or 9 children. Placed on sick leave in 1985, privileges removed in 1992 and "voluntarily" laicized 4/98. Boston AD database in 8/11 says case concluded canonically. Died 10/02.Boston, MASource:
Corpus.org 10.02; Letter to Rev. Richard Lennon 09.15.97; Rev. Richard Lennon letter to Cardinal Law 04.23.98; Boston Globe 12.10.02; Boston Herald 12.10.02; Patriot Ledger 12.10.02; Newsday 02.10.03; Patriot Ledger 10.20.08; National Catholic Registry 08.25.11
Assignments:
Boston Archdiocesan Assignment Record
BaldenUnknown PSuedOblateFr. Balden was one of several accused in a 2010 civil suit against the diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior. The suit alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. One woman claimed that Fr. Balden, Fr. Cholewa and another unnamed priest abused her 1975-1982 when she was 5-11 years old.Sioux Falls, SDSource:
MWD et al v Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls et al, Minnehaha County Circuit Court 07.30.10; Argus Leader 08.06.10; Sioux City Journal 08.06.10
BalestrieriEdward1959PAccusedTrinitarianRemoved by Belleville Diocese after woman wrote to the Order to complain that he "inappropriately touched her son" (age 11) in 1975 in Trenton, NJ. Prosecutors said SOL had passed. He was part of the Order of the Most Holy Trinity, a religious community, at the time. He officially became part of the Belleville Diocese in 1985. On 1/24/09 Belleville diocesan website gave his status as "Administrative Leave / Retired."Trenton, NJSource:
Asbury Park Press 5.2.02; Associated Press 5.1.02; Associated Press 5.8.02; Beliefnet.com 6.02; Belleville News Democrat 3.7.03; Belleville News Democrat 5.2.02; St. Louis Post-Dispatch 5.2.02; Star Ledger 5.2.02
Balfe
Joseph A.1927PSuedJesuitDied 9/29/65.. Accused of abuse of students at St. Ignatius Mission Boarding School on Flathead Indian Reservation in late 1950s-early 1960s. One man said he arrived early for Mass only to find Balfe standing naked in the sacristy. Another said that Balfe asked him during confession what bed he slept in. Balfe is named in 5 complaints in 9/11 civil suit against Ursuline Order and Helena Diocese filed by 45 people against 4 nuns, 6 priests and 1 brother.Helena, MTSource:
FinaAGrave 09.29.65; Spokane Daily Chronicle 09.30.69; The Missoulian 06.05.11; The Missoulian 09.27.11; Complaint for Damages, MT First Judicial District Court, Lewis and Clark Co 10.08.11; Press Release from Kosnoff Fasy 01.31.14
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
BallBruce E.1978PConvictedDiocesan1993 plea of no contest to charge of sexual contact w/ 12 yr old boy during therapy session. Total of 4 known victims. Sentenced to 5 yrs prison; released 3/96. On parole thru 12/97. Laicized at his own request as of 8/11/97. Settlement of $100K in 1993(?). In 1993 La Crosse diocese told Baltimore of 2 claims against Ball during the time he was a seminarian for La Crosse in Baltimore in mid 1970s. Died 2003.La Crosse, WISource:
La Crosse Tribune 1.9.04; Wisconsin State Journal 7.7.92; Wisconsin State Journal 06.21.92; Chicago Tribune 10.14.92; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 03.17.96; Wisconsin State Journal 03.22.96; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 09.30.98; Baltimore Sun 08.21.02; Washington Post 08.22.02; Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02; Marshfield News-Herald 08.27.04
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Ball
Edward Lawrence1966PConvictedSacred HeartIndicted on 4 counts of abuse of minors 9/92; plea of guilty to 1 count. Sentenced to 9 mo jail and 5 yr probation.Total of 3 victims. Family of two boys settled out of court 1994. Ball criminally charged in 1999 with 31 counts of sexually abusing two other boys from 1979-1986. Sentenced to 3 years in prison. $4.2M civil settlement from Diocese & Order in 6/03. On Sex Offender Registry.San Bernardino, CASource:
Press-Enterprise 05.02.93; Chicago Tribune 10.10.99; Press Enterprise 10.11.99; Press Enterprise 10.20.00; Press Enterprise 12.30.00; Inland Valley Daily Bulletin 07.15.02; San Bernardino Sun 06.30.03; San Bernardino Sun 06.30.03; San Bernardino Sun 07.02.03; Find Law 07.17.03; Press Enterprise 08.16.03; Press Enterprise 10.17.03; Reno Gazette-Journal 07.30.05
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Bals
Jerry1973DSuedDiocesanOrdained as deacon in 1973. Accused of fondling girls in counseling sessions at Lake Catholic High School (he was guidance counselor/librarian) for 14 years. Total of 8 Jane Does, 5 of whom filed suit. Suits settled. Per 11/02 article, criminal charges were dropped in a plea deal that required Bals to forfeit his teaching credentials. Diocese paid Bals' wife $800/mo 2000-2003 (while Bals living with her). This info revealed in 3/07.Cleveland, OHSource:
Cleveland Plain Dealer 09.29.93; Plain Dealer 10.07.93; Plain Dealer 10.13.93; Plain Dealer 02.11.94; Plain Dealer 11.23.02; Plain Dealer 03.31.07; Cincinnati Enquirer (AP) 04.01.07
BaltazarCarmelo Melchior 1960PConvictedDiocesanAn extern priest from the Philippines, Baltazar has a history of abuse of boys over a 20-year period while serving Diocese of Cleveland, Diocese of Phillippines, US Navy, Diocese of Boise, Idaho, and Diocese of San Diego. Named in several civil suits. Convicted 1984 & sentenced to 7 years. Released to treatment after 3 years. 2003 civil suit in San Diego said that plaintiff lived with Baltazar and traveled with him for 5 years during military assignments. Always introduced as his nephew. Deceased.Boise, IDSource:
United Press International 05.30.84; United Press International 11.19.84; United Press International 01.24.85; United Press International 03.23.85; San Jose Mercury News 12.30.87; San Jose Mercury News 12.31.87; Associated Press 03.25.02; San Diego Union Tribune 05.22.03; Associated Press 10.08.03; Idaho States 02.21.04; Diocese of San Diego List 03.30.07; Lompoc Record 03.30.07; Union Tribune 03.31.07
Balthazar
Norman G.1963PAccusedDiocesanInitially charged in 1991 in Tampa with soliciting lewd act from a male, undercover police officer. Charges dismissed by court. Sent for therapy and returned to duty. Diocese paid $75K in 2010 to man who said he was abused by Balthazar at Christ the King in Tampa in early 1980s when he was 17. Settlement not revealed until 1/11. Tampa police say in 2002 a man accused Balthazar and another priest of sexually assaulting him in 1971 at age 9. State did not press charges.St. Petersburg, FLSource:
2010 Settlement Agreement; Tampa Tribune 04.22.02; SNAP Statement 01.09.11; My Fox Tampa Bay 01.13.11; WTSP 01.13.11; St Petersburg Times 01.14.11
BanachEdwin1941PAccusedFrancisanIn 9/02 Franciscans began investigating allegations that Banach abused 2 boys between 1963 and 1970 at St. Anthony of Padua church. One person alleged abuse and the other alleged that Banach made sexual overtures. Banach spent 9 years at St. Anthony shortly after his ordination in 1941. He then went to a church in California until 1963 when he came back to St. Anthony. In 1970 Banach was transferred back to California. Died in 1984,Rockford, ILSource:
Rockford Register Star 09.05.02; Rockford Register Star 06.21.03
Banach
Henry S.1948PSuedDiocesanAllegedly abused a boy age 12 or 13 in 1976 and 1977 when he was assigned to St. Hedwig parish in Southbridge. 2 brothers filed suit 2002. Another man joined suit 10/02. 4th man later came forward with similar allegations. 1 case settled out of court &dismissed 5/05. 2nd set for trial 10/06.Worcester, MASource:
Telegram & Gazette 10.02.02; Telegram & Gazette 10.10.02; Telegram & Gazette 12.30.04; Telegram & Gazette 02.15.06
Banaszek (Bonaszek)
Stanley F.1970PSettledMaryknollAccused of sexually assaulting a former altar boy in 1985 at St. Anthony of Padua in Bridgeport, CT. Case was settled with others by the Bridgeport diocese in 10/03. Name occasionally spelled Bonaszek.Bridgeport, CTSource:
Connecticut Post 10.20.02; Connecticut Post 11.13.02; Connecticut Post 10.16.03; Associated Press 10.17.03; Connecticut Post 12.01.09
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Bandiho
Solomon PArrestedDiocesanPriest of the Bukoba diocese in Tanzania. Administrator of Holy Cross parish in Mesa AZ 7/14-12/14. Caught in sting seeking to pay for sex with 16-yr-old girl. Arrested 12/12/14 on suspicion of child prostitution. Also assisted at St. Helen in Glendale. Removed from ministry. Doctoral student at Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara Univ. in Berkeley CA; AZ assignment was part of work-study.Phoenix, AZSource:
Fox 10 12.11.14; Diocese of Phoenix statement 12.12.16
Bandle
Ronald J.1968PAccusedDiocesanReportedly had "relationship" with a 12-year-old in Waukesha in 1987. In 1993, was placed under restrictions re ministry and contact with minors. Appointed in 6/96 as an assistant priest at St. Joseph and St. Kilian Parishes in Lyons and to Nursing Home Ministry. Died 1/01 after heart attack during Mass. Name on Archdiocese's 7/04 list of priests fully restricted (or who would have been restricted if still living) because of credible allegations of abuse. Personnel file released 7/13.Milwaukee, WISource:
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 01.09.01; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 01.10.01; Archdiocese of Wilwaukee List 07.09.04; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 07.10.04; Archdiocese of Milwaukee List of Clergy Offenders 03.03.12; Menomonee Falls Patch 07.03.13; Waukesha Patch 07.03.13; Daily Journal (AP) 09.03.13
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record; Archdiocese of Milwaukee Assignment Record
Banko
John M.1972PConvictedDiocesanRemoved from ministry 2000. Convicted 2002 on charges of molesting 11-yr-old boy in 1993. Received a 15-year sentence. At least 9 one other alleged victims have also come forward; victims as young as age 6. Additional criminal charges filed 9/06 alleging abuse of a boy 1994-1995. Pleaded not guilty 11/06. Convicted 2008. Diagnosed as "repetitive and compulsive sexual offender." Sentenced 9/08 to add'l 18 years. Died 2/29/16 at the New Jersey Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Woodbridge NJ.Metuchen, NJSource:
Star Ledger 08.03.01; Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02; NY Times 01.31.03; New Jersey Times 05.21.03; NY Times 07.16.03; Diocese of Metuchen 02.27.04; Courier News 09.07.06; Express Times 09.07.06; The Times (NJ) 09.07.06; Express Times 09.08.06; Star Ledger 09.08.06; Courier News 11.04.06; Express Times 11.04.06; Express Times 01.27.07; Express Times 05.07.07; Express Times 06.02.07; Home News Tribune 06.30.07; Star Ledger 05.06.08; Star-Ledger 05.13.08; Home News Tribune 09.05.08; Star-Ledger 09.06.08; New Jersey com 03.01.16
Banner
Russell J.1967PAccusedDiocesanPlaced on leave in 2002 pending review of past allegations. He had previously received evaluation and treatment and then been returned to active ministry. Second man came forward in 2004 to allege abuse for two years when he was 12-14 yrs of age and aresident at Parmadale Childrens' home. Banner was a deacon counseling children at the home. This man filed suit 2004.Cleveland, OHSource:
Akron Beacon Journal 04.09.02; Cleveland Plain Dealer 04.09.02; Akron Beacon Journal 04.18.02; Plain Dealer 04.28.04; Bradenton Herald 04.29.04
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Baquedano-PechTheodore PAccusedDiocesanVisiting priest from Mexico. Accused of sexually molesting a girl for several years, beginning when she was 11. She reported to diocese in 1993 at about age 30; was told diocese not responsible because he was a visiting priest. He continued as active priest in Mexico for many years. Still active in Yucatan in 4/10. Removed 4/26/10.San Francisco, CASource:
San Francisco Weekly 05.21.03; Sipe Website 04.17.07; Boston Globe 04.21.10; Washington Post 04.27.10; San Francisco Chronicle 04.28.10
BaranowskiAlexander Sylvester1955PSuedDiocesanNewly identified as abuser in Chicago Archdiocesan report 3/06. Resigned from priesthood in 1975. Laicized 8/1976. In 4/13, two men filed civil suit against Diocese and Baranowski alleging that he abused them on separate overnight trips in 1961-1962. Both men were students at St. Wenceslaus grammar school in Chicago when alleged abuse occurred.Chicago, ILSource:
Chicago Archdiocesan Report 03.20.06

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