Lists of Accused Priests Released by Dioceses and Religious Institutes

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Lists of Accused Priests
Released by Dioceses and Religious Institutes

This page gathers the lists of accused priests (see below) that have been released by dioceses and religious orders, since the first such list was posted by the Diocese of Tucson on June 21, 2002. Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas [3] was co-adjutor bishop at the time, and the Dallas charter’s goal of transparency was cited as the rationale for the release.

Cardinal William H. Keeler [2] released a list for the Archdiocese of Baltimore on September 25, 2002 and explained that he and the other U.S. bishops were making “an absolute commitment” to disclosure in order to earn forgiveness and rebuild trust – the church’s “crisis of trust” was brought on, he wrote, by “horrible and criminal actions, and by inaction and secrecy.”

Keeler resigned…

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