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Despite this, Comensoli was not laicized or defrocked. As late as , Father Peter L. Comensoli was still listed as a "supplementary priest" of the Wollongong diocese "on leave" or "retired".

In , aged 52, he was sentenced to 3 years jail suspended after pleading guilty to offences of gross indecency committed in against a year-old male. The court was told that the boy's family trusted the priest who took the boy on a trip for services in country parishes. The offences occurred during an overnight stay in church accommodation. Connell born to stand trial for child-sex offences allegedly committed in the Wagga Wagga diocese in southern New South Wales.

However, the subsequent trial proceedings did not result in a conviction. Father Paul Anthony Connolly, Hobart archdiocese, was sentenced in to eight months jail suspended after serving four months for multiple indecent assaults of a girl aged about After the jailing, the Hobart archdiocese continued to list Connolly as a "supplementary" priest of the archdiocese.

Christian Brother John Francis Coswello, then 70, was sentenced to jail on 22 June after a jury found him guilty of committing sexual offences against a year-old boy in a Melbourne orphanage. Later, the Victorian Court of Appeal granted him a re-trial, at which another jury in October found him not guilty. A Sydney jury convicted this priest of sexual crimes against a girl aged 11 to Church leaders and priests then submitted "good-character" references for Cox, asking the court for a lenient sentence.

A judge imposed a part-time jail sentence but church lawyers appealed to a higher court against the conviction and won the appeal on technical grounds. Privately, a church leader later apologised to the girl's family for what Cox had done to her.

A Catholic religious brother, Vincent Crawford a. Brother "Brendan" Crawford , of the Passionist Order, appeared in court in , charged with sexual offences against a girl in the late s. The court decided told that Crawford aged 77 when charged was medically unfit to undergo the court proceedings. Creede is dead now and it is too late for the police to prosecute him.

Broken Rites has received multiple complaints from females who were abused as children by Father Creede in other parts of Australia. Born in Ireland with seven siblings who became nuns or priests , he was ordained in Sydney. Father Neville Joseph Creen molested young girls while he served as a priest at Mount Isa, north-west Queensland in the Townsville diocese , from to In Brisbane District Court in and , Creen admitted to indecently dealing with 20 girls under the age of One girl was aged just five when Creen abused her at a youth camp and later at the home of her grandparents.

Creen was sentenced to three-and-half years' jail suspended after 14 months. Judge Ian Wylie said Creen had used his position as a priest and his standing in the community to intimidate the girls into remaining silent about their ordeals. After action by Broken Rites, the Canberra-Goulburn archdiocese admitted that Father Patrick Cusack committed sexual assaults against primary school girls in St Matthew's parish in Page, a Canberra suburb, in the s.

This Irish-born priest committed child-sex crimes in the Sydney archdiocese in the s and s. Therefore, the church transferred him to Western Australia and then allowed him to roam the world, thereby putting more children at risk. One boy victim in Ireland died by suicide.

This priest's last parish was St Brigid's, Healesville. D'Astoli aged 50 in pleaded guilty to gross indecency and indecent assault against a year-old Catholic school boy in the Oakleigh area in , when D'Astoli was completing six years as a trainee priest at the Melbourne Catholic seminary Corpus Christi College in Glen Waverley. The court was told that the boy reported the assault to his school and D'Astoli left the seminary a few days before he was due to be ordained.

However, the court was told, the boy's school Salesian College, Oakleigh persuaded the boy not to tell his parents or the police, and the police did not learn about the matter until 23 years later.

This Catholic priest a member of the Dominican Fathers, the Order of Preachers was charged in with 17 incidents of indecent assault involving seven boys at Blackfriars Priory School conducted by the Dominican Fathers in Prospect, Adelaide, between and A magistrate ruled that there was enough evidence for a jury to convict Davis. The magistrate committed him to stand trial in the Adelaide District Court. But Davis died in Canberra in March before the trial could be held.

In a statement to a Victorian Parliamentary inquiry in , the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese has admitted that Father Bernard Maxwell Day was a child-sex offender. Broken Rites has ascertained that he committed sexual offences against children while he lived in in a flat at St Catherine's girls' orphanage conducted by the Sisters of Mercy in Geelong, where he acted as the "chaplain", giving the girls "sex education".

Some of these women are still trying to repair their damaged lives. A detective gathered enough evidence to prosecute Monsignor John Day, who sexually abused many boys and girls in the Mildura parish in north-western Victoria. Influential church people blocked the prosecution. This priest, aged 78, was convicted in the Victorian County Court at Shepparton on 22 May after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting a teenage girl in a north-eastern Victoria parish 24 years previously.

D'Cruz had ministered in the Sandhurst diocese in northern Victoria and later did freelance ministry in the Anglo-Indian community in Melbourne.

In the Melbourne County Court on 7 August , Catholic priest Frank De Dood then aged 64 was sentenced to jail for indecently assaulting five young boys while he was teaching and ministering at Catholic schools in Melbourne between and Father Raymond Deal, Melbourne archdiocese, was sentenced to four months jail suspended for an offence against a male who was under his supervision.

Father John Sidney Denham of the Maitland-Newcastle Catholic diocese, New South Wales , who is already in jail for child-sex crimes, pleaded guilty in a Sydney court on 1 August to more crimes committed against more boys. He will be sentenced again in early On 2 July , Denham was sentenced to 19 years and 10 months in jail with parole possible after 13 years and 10 months for offences including buggery committed against boys in the s and s.

Francis Edward Derriman was sentenced in Brisbane in to 12 months jail suspended after serving four months after being found guilty of indecently dealing with a teenage girl Joan while Father Derriman was a priest in Brisbane in The court was told that Derriman left his church posting in after getting another teenage girl pregnant.

In he is living in Melbourne. These victims lived in different parts of Australia; they did not know each other; and the attacks happened in various parishes. Devoy was protected by the Society of Mary while he worked in parishes in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth and also, previously, in New Zealand. In , when she was aged 85, one victim finally told her story when had a private interview with Australia's national child-abuse Royal Commission, and gave evidence about how Father Devoy committed numerous criminal assaults on her in , when she was aged 11, in a parish in Hunters Hill, Sydney.

Another witness told the Commission that Devoy assaulted her in the Hunters Hill parish when she was aged 11 in These women still feel hurt by the church's culture of cover-up, which enabled Devoy's crimes to be concealed from the police. Devoy is now deceased. In , Christian Brother Gerard William Dick then aged 67 was sentenced to three and a half years jail in Perth, Western Australia, after pleading guilty to ten incidents of indecently dealing with boys aged eight to ten at a Christian Brothers orphanage, Castledare, in W.

Dick was just one of many Christian Brothers who abused boys in W. After more victims contacted police, he was jailed again in under his new surname, Bales. Christian Brother Graeme James Down known in the Christian Brothers as "Brother David Down" indecently touched boys aged from St Mark's College in Bedford, Western Australia, in the s; he left the Christian Brothers in ; was convicted in pleaded guilty ; received a months jail sentence, with parole after one year.

Later in , Broken Rites received further complaints about Brother Down at the same school in the s. This resulted in Down being given additional jail time in He also had other victims. Marist Brother John Desmond Dyson born 21 March , who taught at Assumption College, Kilmore, Victoria, was sentenced to 12 months jail after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting three boys, aged 12 to The sentence was served in community work.

See Broken Rites here. Father Anthony Eames, Melbourne archdiocese, was sentenced to six months jail suspended for offences against girls. In Sydney on 20 December , Father Finian James Egan was sentenced to at least four years' jail after a jury found him guilty of one count of rape and seven counts of indecent assault, committed against three girls who were aged from 10 to 17, between and On 25 June in Brisbane, Father Michael Ambrose Endicott was given a one-year jail sentence suspended after pleading guilty to indecent treatment of a schoolboy.

Christian Brother Rex Ignatius Elmer, Victoria, was sentenced in to five years jail with parole after 3 years 4 months after pleading guilty to indecent assault of 12 boys at St Vincent's Boys' Home in South Melbourne. By December , New South Wales police had gathered sufficient evidence to charge Christian Brother Michael Evans with multiple sexual crimes against Catholic schoolboys.

But Evans committed suicide, thereby evading the justice process. The Christian Brothers Order has apologised to Evans's victims. After , Evans worked in parishes in the Broken Bay diocese in Sydney's north. He was jailed in In the Ballarat Magistrates Court on 17 January , Farrell then aged 45 pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecently assaulting two boys at St Alipius.

Farrell was sentenced to two years' jail, suspended for two years. The Melbourne Catholic archdiocese harboured this offender for many years until Broken Rites encouraged his victims to report his crimes to the police, who then charged Father Fasciale pronounced "Fah-SHAH-Lay" with numerous indecent assaults of boys and girls. Fasciale admitted these crimes in a police interview. He died after being summoned to court.

The church later admitted that Fasciale was a child-abuser and it has been forced to pay compensation to his victims. Father Gregory Laurence Ferguson, of the Marist Fathers, was sentenced on 15 May to two years jail eligible for parole after 12 months , for offences in against two boys aged 13 at Marist College, Burnie, Tasmania. On 13 December , he was sentenced to an additional three years' jail for offences against a third boy, making a total of five years' jail but he can apply for parole after two and half years.

The Christian Brothers have accepted and have settled a complaint from a former pupil of St Alipius primary school in Ballarat who was indecently assaulted by Brother Gerald Leo Fitzgerald in , aged about 9. Fitzgerald, who also indecently assaulted other boys, died in and therefore police cannot charge him regarding his crimes. Father Gerard Fitzgerald, of Melbourne, was investigated by Victoria Police detectives in one of his early parishes in about sexual crimes against children but, after high-level negotiations between the Melbourne archdiocese and the Police Department, the church saved him from prosecution and allowed him to remain a priest with access to children.

Fitzgerald born in Ireland in died in after 50 years in the priesthood. Fletcher died in jail. In the New South Wales District Court, after lengthy proceedings including an appeal by the accused , Marist Brother Michael Anthony Folli born 4 January has been sentenced to four and a half years' jail for sexual offences against two boys during four years from to when the boys were aged 12 to The prosecution said the two siblings met Brother Folli through their Marist Brothers school at Auburn, in Sydney's west.

Folli befriended the family and became a frequent visitor to their house, where the alleged incidents occurred. In , police interviewed Foster then aged 67 at a Marist Brothers retirement home in Mittagong, NSW and charged him with indecent assaults against boys, committed at Chanel College, Gladstone, Queensland, in the s. On 23 March he was found, hanged, just hours before he was due to appear in a New South Wales court to be extradited to Queensland. Father Julian Benedict Fox, 70, from the Catholic Salesian order, was jailed in for crimes committed against boys in two Melbourne Catholic schools.

Father Robert Macgregor Fuller, 54, a priest of the Sydney Catholic archdiocese, was jailed in February for seeking to procure a child under the age of 16 via internet chat sites.

Father Desmond Laurence Gannon, Melbourne archdiocese, was jailed in for 12 months, plus suspended sentences in , and , and was sentenced in to another 14 months behind bars, for offences against boys. A trial was scheduled for Garchow in Christchurch. On 23 July , the New Zealand prosecutors decided not to proceed with the trial for several reasons: Garchow, aged 61, was too ill; furthermore, one of the two complainants was also unwell; and the second complainant had trouble with a disability, which made the prospect of a trial difficult.

The prosecutors entered a permanent stay of proceedings. Garchow's counsel said afterwards that Garchow maintains his innocence. After one of his victims finally contacted the police, Albert Matthew Taylor known as " Brother George " pleaded guilty in the Sydney District Court on 8 August to two incidents of indecently assaulting an year-old boy.

Taylor, aged 79 in , was placed on a three-year good behaviour bond. In , Marist Brother Terence Joseph Gilsenan born 18 October was sentenced to three years jail with parole after 21 months after pleading guilty to one incident of homosexual intercourse and three incidents of gross indecency, committed against a year-old boarder, from a country area, at St Gregory's College, Campbelltown, New South Wales.

The offences occurred in when Gilsenan, then in his early thirties, was the assistant boarding supervisor, a trainee brother and a teacher at the college.

Despite his conviction, the Marists continued to accept Gilsenan as a member of the Marist Order, and in late a Marist website said that Gilsenan would be a member of a Marist "Ministry Team", which would be associated with some Sydney schools which have Marist roots.

In , Queensland detectives were ready to prosecute Gladwin for committing sexual crimes against schoolboys while he worked as Christian Brother Gerard Gladwin in Queensland in the s and '70s.

But, before court proceedings could begin, Gladwin aged 65 was found dead, gassed in his car, near Brisbane. He left a suicide note. Thus, he avoided the justice process. Brother Gerard Gladwin's schools included: Father Michael Charles Glennon, Melbourne archdiocese, was jailed in , again in and , serving a total of He committed many of his crimes while on bail awaiting trial for other sex offences.

When his crimes became known in one parish, the church merely transferred him to another parish. Later, the church arranged for him to transfer to a mission in the Pacific Islands there, he was safe from any complaints by his Australian victims.

Former trainee priest Paul Ronald Goldsmith, Tasmania, was jailed for six and a half years with parole possible after four years for offences against 20 boys, aged 13 to Originally, in civil out-of-court negotiations, the church's investigator upheld this victim's complaint about pastoral abuse, but the archbishop's office interfered evasively and deceptively.

Therefore, to obtain justice, this victim had to go to the police, resulting in a magistrate's court case in which Father Goodall pleaded guilty to indecent assault of this adult male victim. The magistrate convicted Goodall and sentenced him to remain in custody in the courtroom until the morning's court session ended.

The Marists kept quiet about Gordon's behaviour and he eventually became the Brisbane diocese's deputy directory of Catholic Education. In he was sentenced to a minimum of 12 months jail for eight sexual offences committed in against four boys, aged about 11, at the Sydney school.

Brother Thomas William Grealy, alias Brother "Augustine", of the Patrician Brothers order, was sentenced in to seven years jail parole after four years after pleading guilty to repeated indecent assaults of two young boys while he was the principal of the primary section of a Patrician Brothers school in Grimwood Street, Granville, in western Sydney, in the s.

Before molesting a boy in his office, Brother Augustine would cover a statue of the Virgin Mary with a raincoat to hide his shame.

Monsignor Philip Richard Green, Hobart archdiocese, was sentenced to three months jail suspended after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting a young man who was mourning the death of a sibling. But, expecting the arrest, Gubbels was found dead in bed.

Thus he avoided the justice process. Gubbels had worked as a priest in the Melbourne and Townsville Queensland dioceses. Father John Barry Gwillim, Melbourne archdiocese, was sentenced to 32 months jail suspended after pleading guilty to offences against a boy. In the Victorian County Court on 4 November , Father Edmund John Haines of the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese, based in the Geelong district was sentenced to four years and three months jail with a non-parole period of two years six months after he pleaded guilty to six counts of an indecent act with a boy under 16, procurement of a minor for child pornography and possessing child pornography.

Haines was previously a priest in Papua New Guinea. In , police arrested him and gave him a summons to appear in court for sexual crimes against boys and girls in Victoria. But he died just before the scheduled court date, so the court case had to be cancelled.

In the Northern Territory Supreme Court on 25 May , this Christian Brother then aged 46 was sentenced to five years' jail for committing gross indecency against two Aboriginal boys while he was headmaster of a Catholic school on the Tiwi Islands, north of Darwin. Later an appeal court quashed this conviction because of alleged defects in the jury trial.

In December a former Catholic Marist teaching brother, now living in Australia — Bede Hampton, aged 62 — was sentenced in New Zealand's High Court to jail for two years and six months for indecent assaults committed against boys in a New Zealand Catholic boarding school St Joseph's College in Masterton in the early s. Hampton left the Marist Brothers when he was He has become an interior decorator based in Queensland.

One of his victims now also lives in Australia. See more from Broken Rites here. In Sydney District Court in , aged 41, he was sentenced to 11 years' jail with a minimum of seven years before parole for sexual offences committed against a boy during an eight-year period, in , when the boy was aged from 8 to During the time of the offences, Hardy was teaching at Marist Brothers College, Eastwood, Sydney, where he was in charge of "religious studies".

In September , Brother Martin Harmata, aged 60 of the Catholic order of Patrician Brothers was sentenced to three-and-a-half years jail after he pleaded guilty to eight child-sex offences committed against three boys who were under his authority while he was working at Patrician Brothers College in Blacktown, western Sydney. In , American-born Brother Bernard Hartman was jailed in Australia for sexual crimes committed against Melbourne children in the and s.

Marist Brother Hesford born 1 February , formerly of Assumption College, Kilmore, Victoria later moved to Western Australia , was given a non-custodial sentence in after pleading guilty to offences against two girls at Kilmore.

The offences were committed in , when Hesford was aged The prosecution alleged that Hewitt then aged 50 had stood naked in the back yard of his home, exposing himself to children as they walked past, through an adjoining park, on their way to school.

Father Stanislaus John Hogan, then aged 69, who has long been associated with prominent Catholic schools in Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne, was jailed in after he pleaded guilty to child-pornography charges. This religious-order priest was jailed in Western Australia in , aged 79, after he pleaded guilty to indecently dealing with two Perth girls one girl in , the other in Ronald William Hopkins originally trained to be a Christian Brother but ended up as a lay teacher in Catholic schools.

In , Hopkins pleaded guilty to offences five counts of unlawful sexual intercourse by a teacher, five of indecent assault and one of gross indecency against five schoolboys, aged 12 to 16, between and while he was a teacher at two Adelaide schools — St Bernadette's in a suburb called St Mary's and Blackfriars Priory School at Prospect.

Supreme Court in , Hopkins then aged 70 was sentenced to ten years' jail. Three days later, he died unexpectedly, thereby avoiding a court appearance. Thus the court case had to be cancelled. A Catholic priest, John Charles Houston born 3 March , has appeared in a court near Newcastle in New South Wales, accused of filming boys showering during a surf lifesaving carnival.

The magistrate ordered that Houston be supervised by mental health workers, continue to take his medication and not loiter near public pools or beaches. Father Kevin Howarth, Sandhurst diocese in north-eastern Victoria, sexually abused young girls and was sentenced to three months jail. The sentence was to be served in community work. In August , a woman notified the New South Wales police that she had been indecently assaulted by Hughes while she was a patient at this hospital in March After beginning an investigation, detectives found that Hughes had died in and he therefore could not be prosecuted.

A private investigator, hired by the church, confirmed to Towards Healing that evidence "exists to support the complaint. This Catholic priest from the Vincentian religious order , who has ministered in several Australians states, was jailed in October for offences committed in Western Australia. A Sydney court heard how the church authorities protected Irwin, concealing his criminal behaviour in a church file marked "Strictly Confidential".

In a jury found Irwin guilty of two incidents of gross indecency against a youth whom he was "counselling".

The judge imposed two six-months jail sentences, which were suspended upon Irwin undertaking a six-months good-behaviour bond. On 30 April , Jennings now aged 81 , was jailed for child-sex crimes in Victoria in the s. By , Broken Rites discovered evidence about Monsignor Penn Harold Jones of the Melbourne Cathedral parish that would have resulted in him being convicted by a criminal court but Jones died before police could charge him.

After action by Broken Rites, the Melbourne archdiocese apologised in to two men who were sexually abused by Monsignor Jones while they were schoolboys in the s. Jones, who was an accountant before entering the priesthood, became the Chancellor of the Melbourne archdiocese. In he was sentenced to a months good behaviour bond for indecent assault i. This was not the only complaint about Jordan.

John Keane, 52, who gave his address as St Michael's Church, Wycheproof, was given a month good behaviour bond. The prosecutor said plainclothes police saw Keane expose himself on April 13 last year. De La Salle Brother Frank Terrence Keating alias Brother "Ibar" Keating was sentenced to 8 to 36 months jail in Victoria in , plus 12 months jail suspended in Queensland in , all for multiple indecent assaults of boys in Catholic schools.

Keating also taught in Western Australia and South Australia. Father Terrence Thomas Keliher, aged 62, was sentenced in Brisbane in to 30 months jail eligible for parole after 8 months for indecently dealing with a girl, aged about Keliher was friendly with the girls' parents, who were intellectually impaired, and he had officiated at the parents' wedding.

In Sydney in , then aged 70, he was sentenced to ten and a half years in jail eligible for parole after seven years for sex crimes against four teenage boys. He pleaded guilty to three charges of buggery and ten of indecent assault. Father Frank Gerard Klep, of the Salesian order, Victoria, was convicted in , and after 25 of his numerous victims had contacted the Victoria Police sex crime squad.

His jail sentences totalled 15 years 6 months, with a total of 10 years 6 months behind bars. See the Broken Rites story here. A seminary student, Paul Lane, committed child-sex crimes in the s while he was training to become a Catholic priest in New South Wales. He eventually dropped out of the seminary. Forty years later, on 7 July , one of his victims obtained justice by getting Lane convicted in court.

Michael William Lannen spent two years in the s as a trainee priest at the Catholic seminary in Banyo, Brisbane. He later became a senior psychologist for Queensland's prison system. In , aged 49, he was sentenced to four years jail after being found guilty of corruptly intimidating prisoners into engaging in oral sex with him in return for favourable reports regarding the prisoners' future.

The prosecution said that Lannen held considerable power over the prisoners, regarding their early release or whether they were given leave of absence or home detention or were accepted into work-release schemes. Lannen's conviction relates to a period after he ceased being a trainee priest but the conviction is being included in this list, as a matter of public record, for the information of anybody who encountered Lannen in a church-related situation.

The Catholic order of Salesian priests have acknowledged that a prominent Salesian, Father Patrick Laws, committed sexual offences against schoolboys in his custody. In , prosecutors sought to extradite him from Australia to face trial in New Zealand on child-abuse charges there, dating back as far as However, a Sydney magistrate released William Lebler because of his age 82 years and health and because of the delay in reporting his alleged offences.

Father Leo St Clair Leunig, then aged 66, of the Perth diocese, Western Australia, was sentenced to six years jail in after pleading guilty to 46 offences against three young boys between and ; and he was sentenced in to another 12 months jail for offences against another boy. The offences included indecent touching, oral sex and sodomy. The church authorities had known since about Leunig's criminal behaviour, but they retained him in the ministry and merely moved him from a one-parish appointment to a multi-parish role as a relieving priest.

This meant that he had access to boys in the new parishes where he would be relieving. While he was relieving, Leunig lived for many years at the South Perth presbytery, which is adjacent to a primary school, but the church authorities did not warn the school's principal or parents about him. While Leunig was serving his jail sentence and also after he was released , the Perth diocese defiantly continued to list him for years in the annual Australian Catholic Directories as a "supplementary" relieving priest of the Perth diocese.

Little admitted to having oral sex performed on him by a man in a public toilet block at Pizzey Park, Miami, on the Queensland Gold Coast. The court was told that police arrested Little one afternoon as they patrolled the park, a popular playground for children.

Little, who was then a priest of the Brisbane archdiocese, later transferred to the Rockhampton diocese. The Marist Brothers have admitted that Brother John Aloysius Littler alias "Brother Nestor" committed sexual offences against boys during his long career in Catholic schools in Australia.

Some of his victims have reported his offences to the police, while others are tackling the Marists for compensation and an apology. He was convicted in for some of his NSW offences against boys. One of these schools is believed to have been St Brendan's College, Yeppoon.

In , police charged him with committing sexual crimes against boys while working as a counsellor. During prosecution, he committed suicide, thereby failing to clear his name. In , New South Wales police were about to prosecute Father Daniel Lyne in court for sexual offences against young males but suddenly he died and the court case could not proceed.

Lyne born was a Catholic priest in the Congregation of the Passion religious order the Passionist Fathers. Originally, Father Lyne had taught in a Passionist "juniorate" at St Ives, Sydney this was a secondary school for boys who were "aspiring" to become priests in the Passionist order. He later worked in Africa and India.

In a statement to a Victorian Parliamentary inquiry in , the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese admitted that Fr Bernie Mackin was a child-sex offender. After action by Broken Rites, the archdiocese has apologized to a female victim of this priest. Maguire sexually targeted eleven-year-old boys at St Joseph's College boys' boarding school in Hunters Hill, Sydney, in the s.

He was finally jailed in In a Catholic former religious Brother, Edward Mamo born in was jailed in Victoria after he pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting seven boys aged as young as eleven at Monivae College, a Catholic secondary school, at Hamilton, kilometres west of Melbourne, in the late s and early s.

He was jailed again in after some more of his victims contacted the police. He appeared in Broome Magistrates Court and was given a non-custodial sentence. This Irish-born priest belonged to the Maitland-Newcastle diocese in New South Wales, where he molested girls and women. This diocese then lent him to other dioceses around Australia and in New Zealand and Papua New Guinea , keeping him out of the reach of the police as he continued to commit offences.

Police accumulated evidence to prosecute McAlinden in court but when they finally caught up with him in , he was in a church-run aged-care centre in Western Australia, where he died one month later.

Father Michael Joseph McArdle, of the Rockhampton diocese in Queensland, was sentenced in to six years jail with parole possible after two years after pleading guilty to 62 incidents of indecent dealings against 14 boys and two girls between and McArdle told a journalist that the church was aware of his offences but it never alerted police or parishioners. A young woman made a sworn statement to Victoria Police in that Fr Charles McCann, of St Kevin's parish, Templestowe, in Melbourne's north-east, had invasively mauled her breasts while she was asleep in bed in her family home when she was a teenager in McCann, who was a friend of the girl's family, was making a "home visit".

Police interviewed McCann in and, as a result, of this interview, they gave him a summons to appear in court in March to answer a charge of indecent assault. However, the girl's parents and grandparents feared that the case would embarrass the church, so they pressured the young woman to withdraw the charge, threatening to disinherit her if she proceeded.

Feeling defeated, the young woman withdrew the charge two days before the court hearing. The church authorities then felt justified in retaining McCann in the priesthood until he retired nine years later, in Numerous women have complained separately to Broken Rites that Father Peter McCudden committed sexual offences against them when they were girls as young as ten or eleven in Perth in the s and s.

Father Ronald McKeirnan, of the Brisbane archdiocese, was sentenced to three years jail one year minimum in , plus 3 yrs jail suspended in , for offences against boys.

Father Paul McLachlan, of the Brisbane archdiocese, was sentenced to 3 yrs 8 months jail in , plus 18 months jail in , for offences against boys. McLachlan was formerly the head of Brisbane's Catholic Media Office for 19 years and appeared on television religious programs. In the early s, he became a priest in Tasmania. Marist Brother Gerard Joseph McNamara born 9 March was sentenced in Melbourne to three years jail suspended after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting six boys.

McNamara, who taught mainly in Victoria, was originally known as "Brother Camillus" not to be confused with another Marist Brother "Camillus" in Sydney. He ceased being a Brother and then taught as a lay teacher at the Marist Brothers college at Ashgrove in Brisbane, where he was jailed in for indecently dealing with a boy.

In Sydney in , he was convicted of physical assault of a boy at St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill in ; and a charge of indecently assaulting the same boy was dismissed because of lack of witnesses. In , Richard John McPhillamy who has been an acolyte at the Bathurst Catholic Cathedral and who is a former assistant dormitory master at St Stanislaus College, Bathurst was sentenced to a minimum of 12 months jail after he was found guilty of sexual crimes against two boys while he was working as an assistant housemaster at St Stanislaus College, Bathurst in the mids.

Father Terence Michael Merivale was a priest in the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese but left the priesthood. Later, in , he was sentenced to six months jail after pleading guilty to seven charges of indecent assault including one of digital penetration on three young girls when he was ministering in St Bernard's parish, Belmont, Geelong, between and In August , Father Murray Alexander Moffat, of Brisbane, was sentenced to 18 months jail, with the first three months to be spent behind bars and the remainder suspended for three years.

He pleaded guilty to indecent treatment of a year-old girl between and He was released from jail in September The court was told that, after completing his sentence, he would be deported to Australia. Any Australian victims of Moloney should have a chat with the police sexual offences units in Australia.

The Catholic Church harboured a priest, Father Leonard Monk, in western Victoria for many years while he committed sexual crimes against boys. The victims say that the church's "holy" image intimidated them into not reporting Monk's crimes at the time.

Now his victims would like to report him to the police but Monk has died and therefore the police can no longer arrest him. In a statement to a Victorian Parliamentary inquiry in , the Catholic Church admitted that Father Sydney Morey was a known child-sex offender. Broken Rites has ascertained that the Ballarat diocese covering western Victoria has been forced to apologise to at least one victim of Morey.

This priest was protected by the church while he committed crimes against young boys in the s and '70s. Fr Brian John Morrison born in Melbourne, was originally a priest in the Blessed Sacrament Fathers but he left this order and went to Western Australia, doing some parish work in the Perth and Bunbury dioceses.

The church has received complaints about Morrison sexually abusing young people a girl aged 14 in Melbourne in and a boy aged 14 in Perth in Brother Martin Joseph Moynahan alias "Brother Berchmans" , St John of God order, died during prosecution indecent assault at an institution in Melbourne for boys with intellectual disabilities.

Marist Brother Terence Mulligan was sentenced in Sydney in to 6 months periodic detention for indecent assaults against two boys. He assaulted the boys in the family's house. One of the victims, "Ricky" aged 32 in , said outside the court that the sexual abuse devastated his personal development.

His life became a blur of drugs, alcohol and rage. Father Gerard Joseph Mulvale, born 17 July , from Western Australia, jailed mths in Melbourne while he was a priest in the Pallottine order. In May , he was arrested in Adelaide and extradited to Western Australia on charges of unlawful carnal knowledge and indecent dealing at the orphanages. In a West Australian magistrate ruled that there was indeed sufficient evidence for a jury to convict Murphy then aged 80 but Murphy died before the the trial could be held.

In July , a judge granted Murray a permanent stay because of his advanced age then 81 years and health problems. After Father Magnus William Murray committed child-sex offences in New Zealand, he was transferred to Sydney, where he was allowed to minister in the Woollahra parish in His past was concealed from Sydney parishioners. He later returned to New Zealand, where he was sentenced in to five years jail after pleading guilty to ten representative charges of committing indecent assaults and indecent acts on four boys in New Zealand between and The Sydney archdiocese now denies that it breached its duty of care in allowing Murray to minister in Australia because it claims Murray was New Zealand's responsibility, not Sydney's.

On 10 March , Marist Brother Ross Francis Murrin born 10 June was sentenced to 39 months' jail, with a non-parole period of 18 months, after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting Catholic primary school boys in the s. In February , he received additional jail time after pleading guilty to sexually abusing another boy at a later school. Australia's national child-abuse Royal Commission has been told how the Catholic Church allowed a priest, Father Martin Newbold, to commit sex-crimes against young girls.

The church concealed his crimes from the police and transferred him from Western Australia to Melbourne and then back to W.

Thus the church inflicted this criminal on more victims in new parishes. The Christian Brothers Order has acknowledged that Brother Peter Eymard Noonan born about used to commit sexual offences against young schoolboys who were in his custody. Despite this, it allowed Noonan to remain a Brother until he died in , aged This Noonan not to be confused with other Noonans in the Order was offending from the very start of his teaching career — at St Mary's boys' school, St Kilda in inner-Melbourne in the late s.

He later taught at St Kevin's College Toorak. Father O'Brien belongs to the Armidale diocese. When in court in , he was ministering at the Glen Innes parish. He was later located at the Armidale Cathedral and then in the Quirindi parish. In a statement to a Victorian Parliamentary inquiry in , the Melbourne Catholic Archdiocese admitted that Father John Ignatius O'Callaghan was a known sex-offender against young people.

He later worked in Melbourne suburban parishes and was a military chaplain. In Brisbane in , Christian Brother Damien John O'Dempsey then aged 46 was sentenced to 18 months' jail with parole after four months after pleading guilty to six counts of indecently dealing with a year-old boy at St Mary's Christian Brothers College, Toowoomba, Queensland, in In , O'Dempsey was summoned to a magistrates' court again, facing 22 charges indecent dealing and carnal knowledge involving another boy at a Townsville school in The magistrate ordered O'Dempsey to stand trial, which was listed for However, a tragedy occurred in the family of the alleged victim and the trial was abandoned.

Father John Kevin O'Donnell, Melbourne archdiocese, was sentenced to 15 months jail for offences against children, mainly boys. In , after seven years of legal proceedings, Father David Anthony O'Hearn of the Maitland-Newcastle Catholic diocese in New South Wales was sentenced to jail 18 years maximum, with possible earlier release on parole.

In a statement to a Victorian Parliamentary inquiry in , the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese admitted that Father Thomas O'Keeffe was a known child-sex offender. After action by Broken Rites, the archdiocese has apologised to some of O'Keeffe's altar boys. This priest ministered with the Catholic order of Oblate Fathers, in Queensland and Western Australia and possibly elsewhere. In September , Queensland detectives began investigating O'Regan regarding indecent assaults of girls at Nazareth House girls' home, Wynnum North, Brisbane, in the s and '60s.

But O'Regan died during this prosecution process. A Marist Brother, Darcy John O'Sullivan also known as "Brother Dominic" , was jailed in September after he pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting boys while he was teaching in Catholic schools in northern New South Wales in the s and '80s. Various news media outlets reported that Christian Brother John David Parker appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on 22 March , charged with sexual assault of a nine-year-old boy in Grade 4 at Parade Christian Brothers College junior school in Alphington in Melbourne's inner north-east in Brother Parker contested the charge.

Magistrate Phillip Goldberg committed Brother Parker then aged 60 for trial and listed the matter to go to a judge in the Melbourne County Court for 19 June However, alleged victim opted not to proceed to the trial, as he was satisfied with having succeeded in getting his allegation aired in the Magistrates Court. He also taught with the Christian Brothers in Tasmania. On 29 June , Melbourne diocesan priest Father Paul Pavlou then aged 50 pleaded guilty to committing an indecent act with a year-old boy and another charge of possessing child pornography.

He was given an months jail sentence suspended plus a two year community-based sentence to be served by doing community work. Later in his career, Brother Peter Pemble became the principal of several Catholic schools in Sydney before retiring in Father David Perrett, who was a "chaplain" to Aborigines in the Armidale diocese in northern New South Wales, was convicted in after pleading guilty to sexual crimes committed against young Aboriginal boys.

In a statement to a Victorian Parliamentary inquiry in , the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese admitted that Father Dominic Phillips a member of the Vincentian Fathers religious order committed sexual offences against young girls while he was ministering in a Melbourne parish. In late he suddenly fled from Australia to England, fearing that one of his victims would talk to police. The police eventually obtained enough evidence for a prosecution but were discouraged by the problem of locating Pickering in England although the Melbourne archdiocese secretly knew his England address and also the problem of extraditing him to Australia for the court proceedings.

On 17 September , Father Terrence Pidoto, of the Melbourne archdiocese, was sentenced to seven years and three months' jail with a minimum of five years before becoming eligible for parole on charges of buggery and indecent assault against boys. Originally, Pollock was a trainee Brother in the Catholic religious order of Patrician Brothers but later he left the brotherhood and then worked as a lay teacher in Sydney Catholic schools, where he committed sexual crimes against children.

Years later, eleven of his victims reported his crimes to the police. Finally, in he was jailed. In Adelaide in , Catholic Church authorities tried to conceal a priest's court case. Late on a summer's night, police had found the pair lying under bushes near Walkerville oval, engaging in sexual activity. The priest also was originally charged with giving a false name and address. Church lawyers persuaded the court to prohibit the media from publishing the priest's name but media lawyers contested this application.

The Supreme Court lifted the suppression order and the case was reported fully, with names, in the Adelaide "Advertiser" and "Sunday Mail" during July , Archbishop Leonard Faulkner wrote in a letter to all priests on 7 June This priest was a mature-age entrant to the priesthood.

He was recruited by and was trained for the Adelaide diocese, where he worked in parishes in the s and '80s. While visiting Cairns, Queensland, he was caught wilfully exposing himself on a beach. After this, the church authorities transferred him to the Broken Bay diocese, in the northern suburbs and outskirts of Sydney , where he was put in charge of parishes, including parish schools. Parents stunned at exposure case". The priest verified this report. Father Peter Harold Pritchard alias Fr "Joseph" Pritchard , of the St Gerard Majella religious order in the Parramatta diocese, NSW, was sentenced in to 6 years jail four years minimum after pleading guilty to charges of buggery, intent to commit buggery, and indecent assault involving seven trainee Brothers and another young male, all aged 16 to 21, over a year period.

In Sydney in Father Gregory David Rankin then aged 79 , of the Jesuit Order, was given an months jail sentence with 12 months of this to be behind bars after pleading guilty to historical acts of indecency on young boys in Sydney. He had lived as a Jesuit priest in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and overseas.

Catholic Church authorities admit that young males were targeted by Father Ernest "Chappy" Rayson, a member of an Australia-wide religious order called the Blessed Sacrament Fathers.

At least one victim eventually reported Rayson's offence to the police but Rayson can no longer be arrested because he died in Father Michael Francis Reis known as Mick Reis , who has taught at Monivae College in Victoria and Downlands College in Queensland, was sentenced in Brisbane on 6 November to 18 months jail with a minimum of six months for offences against two young girls in the s and s.

Father Gerald Francis Ridsdale, Ballarat diocese, Victoria, has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a total of 40 children mostly boys. In April , after he had been in jail for 20 years, some more years were added to his previous sentence because some more of his earlier victims came forward.

Christian Brother Francis Riley known as Brother Greg Riley , New South Wales, was sentenced in to three years jail after pleading guilty to 17 counts of indecent assault against boys. Former students who do not know each other have told Broken Rites that a criminal offence indecent touching was committed on them repeatedly by Father Robert Frederick Rippin, a priest in the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart order, at MSC secondary schools around Australia: In , Father Stephen Joseph Robinson then aged 51 , who was then a Catholic priest in the St Gerard Majella order in the Parramatta diocese, NSW, was sentenced to a minimum of 18 months' jail for acts of indecency on two trainee Brothers.

Father Victor Gabriel Rubeo, Melbourne archdiocese, pleaded guilty in to having indecently assaulted two boys in a previous parish Laverton in the s. On 28 October , Rubeo appeared in court again, charged with additional incidents from the s and was ordered to re-appear on 16 December for a full hearing but he died aged 78 before this next hearing date.

Michael Gerard Rush born in and known as Brother "Gerard" has been jailed for child-sex crimes committed while he was working in Marist Brothers boys' schools in Victoria. Father Paul David Carl Ryan, Ballarat diocese, Victoria, was sentenced in to 18 months jail 12 months minimum for offences against boys. This Melbourne diocesan priest pleaded guilty in a magistrates' court in to physically assaulting a year-old altar boy.

The police also had evidence of sexual abuse committed by Searson, but Searson chose to plead guilty to the physical abuse, thereby ensuring a more lenient sentence. The court ordered Searson to observe a good-behaviour bond. Also in , the Melbourne archdiocese's Commissioner on Sexual Abuse investigated certain other allegations about Fr Searson, involving a number of women, boys and girls.

On 29 April , Father Kelvin Gerald Sharkey a priest of the Wollongong Catholic Diocese in New South Wales was sentenced to a minimum 15 months in jail after pleading guilty to buggery and indecent assault of an altar boy. John Rowan Shea was originally a priesthood trainee in Melbourne archdiocese and was later a prominent layman a "good Catholic" in Melbourne parish affairs and in the St Vincent de Paul Society.

In , aged 73, he was sentenced to three years jail minimum of one year for offences against boys in his "care" in church-related situations in the s. There have also been allegations that he abused boys while he was a football coach at a Catholic school, Whitefriars College, in Melbourne in the s. In , Father Leslie John Sheahan Ballarat diocese was jailed for indecently assaulting young girls in some of his earliest parishes, in the s.

The Catholic Church's professional standards office in Tasmania has accepted a complaint by a man that he was sexually abused when he was a homeless teenager in the late s by Father Hugh Shearer in the priest's house at Invermay, Launceston. A similar complaint was made in by another man now deceased who said he was abused as a homeless teenager by Fr Shearer in the same house in He was convicted in and for child-sex crimes committed at Marist Brothers boys' schools in Victoria and New South Wales in the s.

On 9 August a Catholic priest from Western Australia, Father Michael Slattery, was sentenced in Sydney District Court to an months jail sentence suspended, with a good-behaviour bond after he pleaded guilty to committing three acts of indecency masturbation in the presence of a schoolgirl, who was aged 14 to The offences occurred in while Slattery was a lay teacher at a North Sydney Catholic girls school before becoming ordained as a priest for Western Australia.

In he was convicted in NSW after pleading guilty to two acts of indecency, committed against a year-old boy in He admitted committing numerous crimes against young girls and boys. He then became principal of a Catholic school in the U.

NSW police brought him back to Australia, where he was jailed in for a maximum of 15 years with parole possible after 12 years for his NSW crimes. In , Australia's national child-abuse Royal Commission examined how the Marist Brothers had harboured this criminal.

Alan Edward Swingler born in September was originally a Marist Brother but left the Marist order and became a lay teacher of religious studies at St Joseph's Christian Brothers' College, Geelong, Victoria, where he stayed for 18 years. In Swingler, aged 54, was sentenced to seven years jail minimum of five years on one incident of buggery, three incidents of gross indecency and nine of indecent assault of boys.

Outside the court, the mother of one victim said that, even after the family complained to the school about the crimes, the school kept Swingler on its staff. Broken Rites is researching Marist Brother "Colgan" Taylor real name Lancelot Kenneth Taylor , who was sentenced in November to 18 months' jail including four months behind bars after pleading guilty to sexual offences against two very young girls one of them intellectually disabled in central Queensland between and Despite his conviction, the Marists allowed Taylor to remain in their Order.

These girls were not Taylor's first or only victims. The Marist Brothers have acknowledged that Brother "Aubrey" Tobin committed sexual assaults against boys at Marist schools in Victoria. Two of his victims, who were assaulted in the mids, later committed suicide because of the damage done to their lives. Br Aubrey's birth name is believed to have been Michael Tobin, but the Marists assigned him the religious name "Brother Aubrey" in honour of a medieval saint.

He was finally sentenced to 4 years 3 months jail, with parole after 2 years 6 months. Originally the sentence was 27 months jail with parole after six months but this was increased after an appeal by the prosecution, on behalf of the victims.

Father John Leslie Treacy born 30 October was ordained on 19 May and belongs to the Sandhurst diocese in northern Victoria, where his original parishes included Tatura, Beechworth, Tallangatta, Wodonga and Rushworth. In he pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a boy from one of his parishes and was given a non-custodial sentence good-behaviour bond. The Sandhurst diocese later arranged for Treacy to move to Queensland, where Queensland bishops accepted him to minister in parishes and as a hospital chaplain, while he continued to be officially listed as a priest of the Sandhurst diocese.

He was released on paroie after five years behind bars. Marist Brother Geoffrey Sydney Veness born 30 September was sentenced to 12 months jail suspended after pleading guilty to offences against a boy who was a pupil at St Augustine's College, Cairns, Queensland. In a statement to a Victorian Parliamentary inquiry in , the Melbourne Catholic archdiocese has admitted that Father Raymond Whitehouse was a child-sex offender. After committing serious sexual crimes against children, this Catholic priest died died mysteriously in at the age of 44 by inhaling gas at St Stanislaus College in Bathurst NSW , before his victims could bring him to justice in court.

In , after action by Broken Rites, the Vincentian Fathers' Australian office apologized to one of Wilson's victims, who was a year-old boy in Victoria. In a South Australian court in , former Christian Brother Francis Lambert Wise born in was accused of two counts of buggery and five of indecent assault, allegedly committed against two schoolboys in the s.

At age 89, he was found to be too medically unfit to stand trial. Therefore, in a judge held special hearings, enabling two of Wise's former pupils to have their allegations aired in court. Thus, the South Australian public was able to learn of the allegations.

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