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Saint Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church is administered by the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, a religious order founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola. Our Jesuits are:  Fr. Phil Hurley S.J. (pastor), Fr. Bruce Bavinger S.J., Fr. Peter Murray S.J., and Fr. Chris Ryan S.J.

Fr. Phil Hurley, S.J.
Pastor

919.865.5714
pastorsoffice@saintraphael.org

Fr. Hurley is a native of Sykesville, Maryland. He graduated from Loyola University Maryland in 1996 where he studied theology, biology, and Spanish. He entered the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus in 1997. After philosophy studies at St. Louis University, he joined the faculty at Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C. where he taught ethics and philosophy and helped in coaching and campus ministry. Fr. Hurley completed theology studies at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, California and was ordained a priest in 2008.

After serving for a year as a parochial vicar at Old St. Joseph’s Church in Philadelphia, he became the youth and young adult director of the national office of the Apostleship of Prayer based in Milwaukee. While at the AoP he helped to form the Hearts on Fire young adult retreat program, which is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and is now active throughout the US and Canada. Fr. Hurley speaks Spanish  and from the fall of 2013 through 2014 was in Chile for tertianship, the last stage of Jesuit formation before taking final vows in the order.  He professed his final vows at the 5:30pm Mass at Saint Raphael Catholic Church on April 26, 2015.


Fr. Bruce Bavinger, S.J
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Parochial Vicar
919.865.5747

bbavinger@saintraphael.org

Fr. Bavinger comes from Grosse Pointe, Michigan, and after graduating from Georgetown University with a major in English, he entered the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus in 1969. During his two-year novitiate, Fr. Bavinger spent three months at a Jesuit parish in Guatemala City, Guatemala. This was his first longer experience in Hispanic culture. After completing philosophy studies at Boston College, Fr. Bavinger did a two-year regency at the Nativity School in lower eastside Manhattan in New York, a school primarily for Puerto Rican children. He also studied at Columbia University in Urban Education, thinking that he would be teaching in urban areas for much of his Jesuit life. He studied theology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Chicago (now closed) and was ordained in 1978.

During theology, Fr. Bavinger was drawn to the African American experience and to ministry with adults. With that, rather than doing the teaching he had been expecting to do, he chose to work in pastoral ministries, and has been there ever since ordination. Fr. Bavinger has spent his priestly life largely in Jesuit parishes which are at least in part African American. His first parish was the Church of the Gesu in Philadelphia, where he went as part of a new team for that parish. In 1984 Fr. Bruce professed his Final Vows in Philadelphia.  After seven years, he became pastor of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Durham, an historically African American parish, where he spent eleven years. His next assignment was for nearly eight years as pastor of the St. Aloysius Church in Washington, D.C. . And then for the next five years, Fr. Bavinger worked in full-time Hispanic ministry, living in the diocesan parish of St. Therese in Wilson, and ministering there, in Rocky Mount and in Roanoke Rapids.

Fr. Bavinger’s return to involvement with the Hispanic community was caused in good part by the arrival around 1990 of many Hispanics, mostly Mexican, in the Durham area while he was at Holy Cross. There were no Masses being offered in Spanish at the time, and so Fr. Bavinger began working in the Hispanic community, with the assistance of the Holy Cross parishioners.

Father is available for spiritual direction, enjoys political commentary, wants to see the planet taken care of, and occasionally gets into a good poem.

Fr. Peter Murray, S.J.
Parochial Vicar
919.865.5741
pmurray@saintraphael.org

Fr.  Murray grew up in Albany, NY and entered the Society of Jesus in 1959 after graduating from Vincentian Catholic High School. After many years of study and various apostolic experiences, Peter was ordained in 1972. His first assignment as a priest was to Mount Manresa, a Retreat center on Staten Island, New York where he led youth and individually directed retreats.  A new interest in Social justice and spirituality was gaining ground in that era, and Peter took a keen interest in its development.

In 1974, Fr. Peter was sent to Bangalore, India, to complete his training as a Jesuit. He was what is called a “Jesuit Tertian” while in India, and during the seven months he was living there, found much cultural, spiritual and social wealth in that vast country. He also learned something about Hinduism and eastern forms of prayer. After returning from India, Fr. Peter earned his D. Min degree from Andover-Newton Theological School in 1976.

Several years of high school teaching followed, and after that, Fr. Peter discerned a call to a completely different area of ministry: hospital Pastoral Care. Peter moved into that ministry in 1981, and remained active in it for about 20 years (with an interlude of Urban parish work, from 1988-92) achieving much apostolic satisfaction in working with the sick and with families of dying patients— along with ministry among staff members and volunteers.

In 2002, after finishing a six-months sabbatical, Fr. Peter was assigned to work at the Shrine of the Jesuit Martyrs in Auriesville, New York. He was there until 2011, and for seven of those years was director of the shrine. He worked together with many lay people & priests to foster devotion to the Jesuit Martyrs and St. Kateri Tekakwitha, helped build-up vocations, and worked with pilgrims and retreats.

Peter moved to the diocese of Buffalo, NY in 2011 and served as a parochial vicar at Saint Michael’s Jesuit downtown church. He has also done some Jail ministry in Buffalo, and helped out at a number of Catholic parishes and centers, with special service being given to Saint Jude’s Church in North Tonawanda. He is hopeful that his new work as Pastoral associate in the diocese of Raleigh will enable him to continue using his gifts for the Kingdom of Christ.

Fr. Chris Ryan, S.J.
Parochial Vicar
919.865.5745

cryan@saintraphael.org

WELCOME BACK TO FR. CHRIS RYAN, SJ – Fr. Chris Ryan, SJ will spend the year with us! Fr. Chris was born in Camden, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby Haddon Township, where he and his family were deeply involved in parish life. He first met the Jesuits at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia and had a Jesuit spiritual director while at Dartmouth College where he was active in Aquinas House, the Catholic student organization.

Fr. Chris began discerning his vocation while spending his sophomore spring semester studying in Prague. He joined the Jesuits immediately after earning his bachelor’s degree in geography in 2004. As a novice, he tutored high school students and then earned a master’s degree in philosophy at Saint Louis University. He spent the next two years teaching at a Jesuit middle school followed by two years serving in the faculty grants office and assisting with student retreats at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. He then spent four years at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree and a Licentiate in Sacred Theology, writing a thesis on the image of a pilgrim Church inspiring and motivating the Church’s ministry with migrants and refugees.

Fr. Chris has served on the leadership team for Jesuit Connection, planning social, spiritual and service activities for alumni of Jesuit schools and the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Boston. Also during his four years in Boston, he served a growing Central American parish community, leading faith formation classes, preaching and serving at Masses and baptisms, and doing home visits. In July 2013, he traveled to Brazil to volunteer with MAGIS and World Youth Day. During the summer of 2015, he and a group of Jesuits accompanied migrants along the Central American migration corridor from Guatemala through Mexico into Arizona and the Central Valley of California. Fr. Chris is an avid runner who has completed twelve marathons, and he also enjoys hiking, reading, letter writing, and spending time with his fellow Jesuits. Fr. Hurley concelebrated at his ordination as a priest on June 11, 2016 at the Fordham University Chapel in Bronx, New York. Fr. Chris is delighted to return to St. Raphael to serve the parish community.

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LastFirstOrdTStatusD/ONotesDioceseSource/Assignments
PachecoDan (Danilo) BAccusedSalesianPacheco was accused of molestion at two different Catholic high schools in Southern California. He also served in Oakland Diocese. Died 7/05.San Francisco, CASource:
City of Angels 09.25.07; City of Angels 03.19.08; Contra Costa Times 04.01.08
PachecoGary1974PSettledFranciscan 2 early suits filed. 1 settled 1994. Denied allegations. Removed 1987. Named in archdiocesan report as having abused 1 in 1975. Also named by Orange Diocese on its list of abusive priests. May also have been named in current litigation. Per his Personnel file released 5/12, he was laicized March 12, 1994.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 5; OC Register 04.17.02; USA Today 11.11.02; Fresno Bee 12.17.03; LA Times 01.11.04; OC Register 01.13.04; OC Weekly 03.04.05; Monteeay Harold 05.25.05; OC Weekly 09.27.07; Opinion in John Doe 1 et al V. Franciscan Friars of California, Inc. 09.30.10; Metropolitan News Enterprise 10.02.10; LA Times 05.23.12; Orange County Register 05.23.12; Personnel file posted on BishopAccountability.org 05.23.12; San Antonio Express-News 05.23.12
Assignments:
LA Times Database 4.20.06; OC Weekly 3.04.05
PachecoJoseph1957PSuedDiocesanSued 2003. Accused of abuse of one youth in 1960s at parishes in Tulare and Merced. Died 1992. In Dec. 2006 diocese agreed to pay plaintiff $750,000 to settle the lawsuit. Diocese says it is aware of several other victims.Monterey, CASource:
Bishop Ryan's Pastoral Letter 2.4.04; Fresno Bee 12.16.03; Fresno Bee 12.17.03; Monterey County Herald 01.28.04; CBS13 12.22.06; Fresno Bee 12.22.06; Mercury News (AP) 12.22.06
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
PadillaRuben Mark BSuedCFC - Congregation of Christian BrothersA former member of the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers (or Irish Christian Brothers), North American Province, Padilla's name was included on the Order's list 5/30/14 of Brothers "identified in at least two (2) sexual abuse claims filed as proofs of claim in the bankruptcy matter In re: The Christian Brothers' Institute, et al."noneSource:
Irish Christian Brothers 05.30.14
Paduch
Frank1989BSuedAugustinianAugustinian brother serving as religion instructor and coach when he allegedly abused a freshman boy at St. Rita H.S. in Chicago in 1980-81. In 1988 he worked at St. Charles Borromeo in Nederland TX. Ordained for Beaumont TX diocese 1989 & left 2000. Several complaints rec'd there. Civil suit filed 1997 in IL and settled approx.1999. Four accusers known. Began working for city of Berwyn IL in 2005. Placed on leave from city job 1/15/10. Laicized 1/05.Chicago, ILSource:
Brief History of Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church of Nederland circa 1998; Berwyn Life 01.14.10; Berwyn Life 01.15.10; SNAP Statement 01.15.10; KFDM 01.22.10; Southwest News Herald 01.22.10; Statement by Bishop Guillory in East Texas Catholic 01.22.10; SNAP Letter to Cardinal George 04.30.13
PagaczJulian S.1973 ?PConvictedDiocesanPagacz, a Polish National Catholic church parish priest, was arrested in 1992 and accused of raping two teenage girls while he was drinking with them in his home. In plea bargain, he acknowledged enough evidence to convict him of indecent assault. Ordered to receive sex offender counseling and pay $300 fine for providing alcohol. Girls changed their stories at least once. One girl refused to testify and prosecutors dropped charges in her case.Boston, MASource:
Union-News 5.5.92; Union-News 5.8.92; Union-News 02.14.92; Union-News 02.15.92; Sunday Republican 02.16.92; Union-News 02.17.92; Union-News 02.18.92; Union-News 02.28.92; Union-News 06.26.92; Union-News 12.14.92; Buffalo News 10.14.94; Buffalo News 10.15.94; Union-News 10.18.94; Union-News 03.13.97
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Page
Raymond J.1946PAccusedDiocesanOriginally part of Springfield diocese prior to time Worchester was formed. in 2005 suit he was accused of abuse by nephew in 1950s, beginning when boy was 9. Nephew says Page introduced him to 4 other priests who also abused him. Died in 1998. Accuser's brother doubts that the allegations are true. Was Vicar General of Worcester in 1983. As Vicar General, Page was given information on abuse by Jean Paul Gagnon, Thomas Teczar and Robert Kelley, among others but did nothing.Worcester, MASource:
Sunday Telegram 11.01.98; Burnett v. Roman Catholic Bishop of Springfield, Cause No. 05-0331, 03.29.05; Catholic Observer 03.31.05; Republican 03.31.05
Pagni, III
Thomas James1977PConvictedDiocesan1995 suit alleges Pagni molested young people in seminary and at several assignments. Diocese put him through school for mental counseling career in 1986 in exchange for leaving priesthood. Suit says diocese lied to state about background. Diocese agreed it helped him change careers but denies deceiving state. 2 more suits filed in 1996. Arrested 1995; sentenced to 10 yrs prison 1996. Released 7/2000. Still on sex offender registry 12/09 but not in 1/12..Orlando, FLSource:
Orlando Sentinel 4.7.95; Orlando Sentinel 9.9.95; San Jose Mercury News 12.31.87; Orlando Sentinel 02.18.95; Orlando Sentinel 02.24.95; Orlando Sentinel 03.18.95; Orlando Sentinel 06.10.95; Orlando Sentinel 09.17.95; Orlando Sentinel 01.17.96; Orlando Sentinel 01.30.96; Orlando Sentinel 02.22.96; Palm Beach Post 06.10.98
Pairon
Ralph W1953PnoneDiocesanFirst identified publicly as accused in Santa Fe archdiocese list on 9/12/17. From Belgium. Was priest of Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (C.I.C.M.); sent by his order to the U.S. in 1954. Incardinated in the Santa Fe archdiocese. Transferred to San Antonio TX archdiocese in 1968; taught high school there for 22 years. Died 10/5/14.Santa Fe, NMSource:
Angelus Funeral Home 10.05.14; Archdiocese of Santa Fe list 09.12.17; Archdiocese of Santa Fe List 09.12.17
Paiz
William1979PSettledClaretian MissionariesIn suit filed 1/31/12, Paiz is accused of abusing one youth between 1982-1987. During that time, he was assigned to All Saints Church in Fort Worth and then as religion teacher at Nolan Catholic High School where plaintiff was a student. He left the Fort Worth Diocese in approx. 1987 and went on to work in CA & NV for many years. Transferred to Provincial house in Chicago area in 2010 after plaintiff's complaints to FW. Lawsuit settled 11/21/12.Fort Worth, TXSource:
Fort Worth Star Telegram 01.31.12; WFAA 01.31.12; Fort Worth Star Telegram 11.21.12; WFAA 11.21.12; News Channel 10 11.22.12; Diocese of Fort Worth List of Accused Priests 07.18.13; SNAP Statement 08.01.13
Palathingal
Simon1972PConvictedSalesianFrom India. Arrested 6/04; charged with sexual assault of a young boy in 1990-1991 in Milwaukee. When arrested, he was working in South Amboy, NJ, Metuchen diocese. Left WI 1991 and lived in India for some time before living and working in several states between 1993 and 2004. Diocese knew in 1993 when youth testified re abuse by his uncle, Fr. Dennis Pecore, and by Palathingal. Also abused in Louisiana. Sentenced to 16 yrs prison in 2004. Released 12/11. Noncompliant on Sex Offender Registry 1/12.Milwaukee, WISource:
Milwaukee Journal 6.4.04; Milwaukee Journal 7.6.04; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 8.4.04; Star Ledger 7.7.04; Milwaukee Catholic Herald 06.10.04; Milwaukee Journal 06.27.04; Home News Tribune (AP) 06.28.04; Home News Tribune 08.11.04; Star Ledger 08.11.04; India Abroad 08.20.04; TheMilwaukeeChannel.com 09.15.04; Star Ledger 09.16.04; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 11.09.04; Dallas Morning News 12.05.04
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Palimattom
Jose  ?PConvictedFrancisanArrested, charged with obscenity in 1/15 for showing child porn to a 14-yr-old boy. Admitted behavior. Served 6 mos. jail then deported to native India 6/15. Boy's father alerted police. Priest sought help of a 4-yr-old boy to help delete the photos. Palimattom worked at Holy Name of Jesus, West Palm Beach FL since 12/14. Police said Palimattom had gotten in trouble in India for involvement with a boy. Diocese says background check prior to Palimattom's arrival showed no prior misconduct. Holy Name Administrator, Rev. John Gallagher, told police he was instructed that when Palimattom arrived he was to have no contact with minors without adult present. Gallagher, who also alerted authorities re Palimattom, claimed demotion/poor treatment by diocese as a result in 1/16. Diocese refuted claim. Gallagher filed suit vs diocese 1/11/17.Palm Beach, FLSource:
CBS 12 01.06.15; Sun Sentinal 01.06.15; WPBF 01.06.15; Florida Times-Union 01.07.15; India Today 01.08.15; International Business Times 01.08.15; WFLX 01.13.15; CBS12 01.25.16; Palm Beach Post 01.25.16; WPTV 01.25.16; Christian Today 01.26.16; Irish Central 01.26.16; Palm Beach Post 01.26.16; RC Diocese of Palm Beach 01.26.16; RC Diocese of Palm Beach 01.26.16; CBS12 01.27.16; Derry Journal (Northern Ireland) 01.27.16; Irish Times 02.10.16; ABC News 01.11.17; Irish Independent 01.11.17; Palm Beach Post 01.11.17; Sun Sentinel 01.11.17; WPBF 01.11.17; Palm Beach Post 07.12.17
PalkoJohn J.1967PAccusedDiocesanPer the PA Attorney General's 3/1/16 Grand Jury Report, Palko sexually assaulted a 16-yr-old girl in the 1980s. She was a Bishop Guilfoyle High School student while he was assigned to St. Mary's in Gallitzin. Palko's victim informed the diocese in 2002. Bishop Adamec kept Palko in ministry and began an investigation of the victim, using intimidation tactics against her. The Grand Jury found that 'in the Allegation Review Board the Diocese holds all the rights, and the victim holds only the right to be harassed and questioned." Palko died 5/31/05.Altoona-Johnstown, PASource:
Askew Houser Funeral Homes 05.31.05; PA AG Statement 03.01.16; PA Attorney General's Grand Jury Report 03.01.16; PA GJ FBI Timeline 03.01.16; Tribune-Democrat 03.01.16; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Timeline 03.06.16
Assignments:
PA Attorney General's Grand Jury Report 03.01.16
Pallikunnen
Emmanuel1952PAccusedExtern priest from India. Member of (Indian) Vincentian of Syro-Malabar Rite of Kerala Province. Came to Chicago in 1955 to study education. Worked in 7 parishes until 6/66. Accused by at least one woman of abuse when she was a child in 1966 and he was at St. Mary's in Buffalo Grove. Died 02/17/78 in India. Personnel file is one of 30 files of priests credibly accused of sexually abusing minors produced by Archdiocese in 1/14 and released by Plaintiffs' counsel.Chicago, ILSource:
Personnel File Documents Released by Archdiocese of Chicago 01.21.14; SNAP Press Release 01.25.14; Chicago Tribune 01.26.14
Palmese
Anthony D.1976PAccusedAugustinian RecollectsAccused of sexual abuse of a boy when at Holy Ghost Parish 1984-1985. Diocese said it was informed of accusation 12/30/13 and informed law enforcement. Assignments included parishes in New York NY, Topeka KS, Omaha NE and Orlando FL. Retired 2009. Died 2/2/12.Omaha, NESource:
KETV 10.31.14
Assignments:
Ocala Star Banner 02.02.12; Ocala Star Banner 02.04.12
Palmitessa
Paul1956PAccusedDiocesanName appears on list of priests with credible allegations of abuse of minors released by Archdiocese 12/5/13. Worked in Archdiocese from 1956-1982. Moved to San Diego Diocese 1982 - 1988. Excardinated from St. Paul in 1988 and joined San Diego. Retired in 1998 and on limited duty until 2012. No longer in Ministry. Currently lives in San Diego area. St. Paul learned of allegations in 1990 and told San Diego which sent him for eval & counseling and restricted him from being with boys & young men. Name not on San Diego 2007 list. Information from files released 3/31/14.St. Paul-Minneapolis, MNSource:
Bishop Accountability Statement 12.05.13; Catholic Spirit 12.05.13; Minnesota Public Radio 12.05.13; National Catholic Reporter 12.05.13; St Paul & Minneapolis List of Credibly Accused Priests released 12.05.13; Star Tribune 12.05.13; ABC 10 News 12.06.13; SNAP California Statement 12.06.13; Star Tribune 12.06.13; Statement by Archdiocese of St Paul & Minneapolis 03.31.14; CA-SNAP Statement 04.01.14; Star Tribune 04.01.14; Jeff Anderson & Associates 11.05.14
Panepinto
Vincent1967PAccusedDiocesanDiocese announced 3/27/11 that it had placed Panepinto on administrative leave without privileges from St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Parish in Rochester after it deemed "credible" an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor in late 1960s shortly after he was ordained. At the time he was serving at St. Philip Neri in Rochester and St. Anthony's in Elmira (both now closed). Also charged in 7/11 with theft of $10K from diocese. Has claimed blackmail. Canonical proceedings are not complete as of 6/12.Rochester, NYSource:
Catholic Courier 6.7.12; Rochester Homepage 6.7.12; SNAP 6.7.12; Catholic Courier 03.27.11; Statement by Diocese of Rochester 03.27.11; Democrat and Chronicle 03.28.11; WHEC 03.29.11; Democrat and Chronicle 07.21.11; WHEC 07.21.11
Pansza
Gilbert Albert2000PAccusedDiocesanRemoved from active ministry in 12/06 and sent for treatment. Original story says that he admitted to diocese in 1998, prior to ordination, that he had sexually abused a minor in early 1970s. Bishop Delaney conducted an investigation & decided that sufficient time had passed & it was ok ordain him. Allegation discovered after a review of priest files per newly appointed Bishop Vann. Conflicting stories 2/07 as to when abuse occurred and if it was once or an ongoing relationship.Fort Worth, TXSource:
Diocese of Fort Worth List of Accused Priests accessed 1.12; Times Record News 2.1.07; Times Record News 2.7.07; Dallas Morning News 12.15.06; Fort Worth Star Telegram 12.15.06; Times Record News 12.15.06; Dallas Morning News 12.16.06; Dallas Morning News (AP) 12.16.06; Times Record News 12.16.06
PantojaEusebio PSuedClaretian MissionariesOrdained in Mexico. After serving in Chicago, Pantoja worked in New Jersey and Texas and then spent nearly a decade working as priest in Mexico. Placed on leave in 2003 after suit filed. Accused of abuse of a 14 yr old youth in 1970s at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Suit settled.Chicago, ILSource:
Chicago Sun-Times 10.09.03; Daily Southtown (IL) 10.09.03; SNAP Statement 08.01.13; Chicago Tribune 08.02.13; SNAP Statement 08.09.13; SNAP Statement 09.06.13
PapileJoseph A.1988DAccusedDiocesanOrdained as Deacon 1988. Included in a list of accused priests and religious posted by the Law Offices of Mitchell Garabedian on 01/19/11. Garabedian says he has settled at least one claim with Boston Archdiocese re allegations against this individual. Died 12/25/09. Boston AD database 8/11 reports no formal determination of guilt either because he died prior to canonical or criminal investigation or it was not complete at his death.Boston, MASource:
Bolea Funeral Home 12.25.09; BA List of Boston Priests Not Previously Identified 01.19.11; Boston Channel 01.19.11; Metrowest Daily News 01.19.11; National Catholic Register 08.25.11
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
PaquetMichael1978PAccusedO.S.C. CrosierWorked in MN and IN. Removed from ministry 11/18/02 and dismissed from Order 09/16/05. Name is included on 3/8/14 updated list of current, former and deceased Crosiers with one or more credible claims of sexual abuse of minors. No information provided as to where he was assigned when abuse is alleged to have occurred. Living in Canada in 2014. Name added 11/3/17 to St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese's list of "priests and religious brothers who have served or spent time in the archdiocese and have substantiated claims of sexual abuse of a minor against them."St. Cloud, MNSource:
Crosier Province Updated List of Religious Involved in Sexual Abuse of Minors 03.08.14; Duluth News Tribune 03.09.14; Gallup Independent 03.17.14; Archdiocese of St Paul and Minneapolis 11.03.17; Catholic Spirit 11.03.17; Star Tribune 11.04.17
Assignments:
Assignment Record Released by Crosier Order 03.08.14
Paquette, Jr.
Edward O.1957PSuedDiocesanFaculties removed 1978. Allegations in Fall River MA, IN and VT. 1st VT suit settled for $965K in 4/06. Named in 3/07 suit. Jury awarded $8.7M to one plaintiff 5/08. One suit settled 7/08. Another suit tried to mistrial 8/08. 3rd trial 12/08 awarded $3.6M. Laicization announced 5/09. 4th trial 10/09 awarded $2.2M. 19 of 26 cases settled 5/10 alleged abuse by Paquette. 3 on appeal also settled. Lives in Westfield in Springfield diocese. 4 more suits filed 2010. 11 suits settled 1/13 just before trialBurlington, VTSource:
Links to Additional Articles between 2005 - May, 2008; Boston Herald 09.27.02; Times Argus (AP) 09.15.04; Burlington Free Press 11.18.04; Burlington Free Press 05.05.08; Burlington Free Press 05.17.08; Burlington Free Press 05.18.08; Times Argus 05.18.08; Burlington Free Press 05.27.08; Burlington Free Press 07.25.08; Times Argus 07.26.08; Times Argus 08.03.08; Burlington Free Press 08.28.08; Burlington Free Press 08.31.08; WCAX 05.06.09; Providence Journal 05.07.09; Burlington Free Press 05.08.09; Burlington Free Press 09.27.09; Burlington Free Press 02.02.10; Burlington Free Press 04.21.10; Burlington Free Press 05.13.10; Burlington Free Press 05.13.10; Burlington Free Press 02.16.11; Burlington Free Press 02.04.12; Rutland Herald 01.08.13; News-Times 01.09.13; Burlington Free Press 01.10.13; Rutland Herald 06.01.14; Times Argus 06.01.14
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Paquin
Ronald H.1973PConvictedDiocesanPled guilty 12/02 to 3 counts of child rape; sentenced to 12-15 yrs in prison. At least 18 complaints reported to Archdiocese over a 20-year period (13 1990-1996) but Paquin not permanently removed until 2000. Had been placed on leave in 1990; reinstated in 1998. Six claims against him settled by church for more than $500K. Also named in report by NH Atty General. Laicization announced 5/04. On 10/2/15 it was announced that prosecutors' bid to have Paquin civilly committed to a facility for sexual predators was denied, after "qualified experts" deemed him not to be sexually dangerous. Released the same day. Indicted 2/17 in ME on 29 counts of sexual misconduct in late '80s re 2 boys, some of the abuse at camps in ME. Pled not guilty. Extradited to ME jail. Reindicted 11/17; pled not guilty to 31 counts.Boston, MASource:
Boston Globe 03.20.02; Boston Globe 04.11.02; Boston Globe 05.30.02; Beliefnet 05.31.02; Boston Herald 05.31.02; Exhibit 12 to Deposition of Bishop McCormack 06.03.02; Boston Herald 06.06.02; Union Leader 07.09.02; Boston Globe 01.01.03; Boston Herald 01.01.03; NY Times 01.08.03; Documents in Manchester Archives 03.03.03; Union Leader 03.04.03; Excerpt from Brief filed in Ford v Cardinal Law et al 07.21.03; Boston Herald 01.15.04; Centre Daily (AP) 05.15.04; uluth News Tribune 01.26.07; National Catholic Register 08.25.11; ABC News 10.02.15; Boston Globe 10.02.15; Boston Herald 10.02.15; Essex DA Office 10.02.15; NECN 10.02.15; Reuters 10.02.15; The Patch 10.02.15; Boston Herald 10.03.15; Boston website 11.09.15; St Monica Parish 11.11.15; SNAP 12.31.15; ABC News 02.08.17; Eagle-Tribune 02.08.17; Portland Press Herald 02.08.17; Seacoast Online 02.08.17; WHAV 02.08.17; Bangor Daily News 02.09.17; Boston Globe 02.09.17; Seacoast Online 02.09.17; Daily News 02.11.17; WLBZ 02.11.17; Seacoast Online 02.15.17; NECN 02.17.17; Portland Press Herald 02.17.17; Seacoast Online 02.17.17; WGME 02.17.17; WMTW 02.17.17; Eagle-Tribune 02.21.17; Boston Globe 07.26.17; Eagle Tribune 07.26.17; Portland Press Herald 11.13.17; NECN 11.16.17; Portland Press Herald 12.01.17
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
ParamoThomas1956PSuedClaretianWoman filed suit 5/05 against the Claretian order alleging they protected Paramo after he abused her from ages 11-15, beginning in 1966. Paramo was assigned to Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Chicago at the time. Paramo died in a nursing home in 2004; the woman had confronted him there before his death. Civil suit settled. A 2nd accuser reportedly has also contacted the Plaintiff's attorney.Chicago, ILSource:
Chicago Tribune 05.20.04; Chicago Sun-Times 05.03.05; Daily Southern 05.03.05; SNAP Statement 08.01.13; Chicago Tribune 08.02.13
Paraniuk
Michael1981PReinstatedDiocesanMan complained in 1995 to Archdiocese that Paraniuk had abused him in 1983. Archdiocese investigated and decided allegations were unsubstantiated. Man complained again in 2004. Paraniuk placed on leave March 2005 after payment made to accuser from archdiocese's victims' compensation fund. He was reinstated in 10/05 after archdiocese investigated and again deemed allegation unsubstantiated. Paraniuk denied all allegations and said he had himself been fondled by two Franciscan priests when he was in his 20s in 1970s.Cincinnati, OHSource:
Cincinnaticom 03.09.05; ChannelCincinnaticom 03.10.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.10.05; WCPO 03.10.05; Catholic Telegraph 03.16.05; Beacon Journal (AP) 03.19.05; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Press Release 10.12.05; Cincinnati Enquirer 10.13.05; Dayton Daily News 10.13.05
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
ParentiRobert J.1972PAccusedDiocesanIn 1998 Parenti placed on leave after allegations that 25 yrs ago he had been involved in sexual misconduct with a minor. He was living at St. Veronica's parish in Howell Township and working at the Diocesan tribunal in Lawrence at that time. No criminal charges filed. Is believed to have left priesthood.Trenton, NJSource:
Star-Ledger 12.15.98; NY Times 12.19.98; Asbury Park Press 03.22.02; Asbury Park Press 04.03.02; Ashbury Park Press 04.04.02
Parisi
Frank J.1985PAccusedDiocesenPastor of Our Lady of Lourdes in Malverne NY for 11 years. Suspended 6/16 due to allegation of "inappropriate behavior with a minor " 20 yrs previously at another parish.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
LI Herald 06.20.16; News 12 06.20.16; Crux 06.29.16; Daily Journal 06.29.16; News 12 06.29.16; News 12 06.29.16; LI Herald 07.06.16
ParkerKenneth R.1965PAccusedDiocesanServed in both Raleigh and Charlotte dioceses. Raleigh learned11/13/09 of allegation of abuse of a minor in 1982. Authorities notified as was Parker, who had retired in 1993 but continued to provide limited services. He has denied the allegations. After review board investigation, Bishop removed his faculties 1/19/10.Raleigh, NCSource:
Diocese of Charlotte Press Release 01.22.10; Diocese of Raleigh Press Release 01.22.10; Raleigh News Observer 01.24.10; WECT 01.25.10; WITN 01.25.10; WTVD 01.25.10
ParlangeliAnthony BConvictedMarianistIn 3/02 article, Man says that at 15 he was drugged and raped by Parlangeli on overnight camping trip. Parlangeli said he was too tired to camp and rented a hotel room. Drugs caused convulsions; Parlangeli had to take youth to hospital ER. Police notifed; he was arrested. Charges later reduced to administering drugs illegally and he spent a brief time in jail. Transferred to Baltimore where he also abused. 1994 civil suit settled.Left order and married prior to his death in 1997.Miami, FLSource:
Miami Herald 03.24.02
ParmeGeorge J.1948PSuedDiocesanOne man filed suit against Diocese and Bishop in 2004 alleging abuse by Parme. No date is given for alleged abuse. Parme retired in 1989 and died March 28, 2002 at age 78. Claims included in Diocese?s 9/07 $1.25 mil settlement as to 32 plaintiffs alleging abuse by 17 priests.Pittsburgh, PASource:
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 09.30.04; Pittsburgh Tribune Review 09.30.04; Post-Gazette 09.18.07
Parrakow
Edmond A.1968PSuedDiocesanAccused in a 2/26/04 suit of abusing 2 brothers in the early 1970s. One alleges that the abuse began when he was 10 years old, that Parrakow used alcohol and porn to groom him, and that the abuse included oral rape. Suit accused Parrakow of transporting a 3rd boy to PA in 1975 and sexually abusing him there. He was incardinated in the Greensburg diocese as a parish priest 1986-88, and then went on sick leave in New York. The archdiocese located him at Green Haven Correctional Facility in 1993.New York, NYSource:
Supreme Court Complaint 02.26.04
Assignments:
Detailed BA.org Assignment Record
Parrott
Thomas1950PSuedVincentianMan came forward in 2010 to allege that Parrott had molested him for 2 yrs beginning at age 14 when he was a student at St. John's Minor Seminary in Kansas City and Parrott was his spiritual advisor and confessor. The plaintiff settled with the Vincentian Order. Parrott retired from Springfield-Cape Girardeau Diocese in 1987 and moved to Florida Died in January, 1996.Kansas City-St. Joseph, MOSource:
Seneca Missouri--Gateway to the Lake of the Cherokee 06.05.75; Ancestry 07.31.96; St Joseph News-Press 06.25.11; SNAP Statement 09.16.13
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Parry
Bede1983PSuedBenedictine6/11 suit alleged Parry, then a Benedictine priest & director of boys' choir at Conception Abbey in northwest MO, sexually abused boy on one occasion in 1987 at summer choir camp. Bede had been affiliated with the abbey since 1973. He admitted to Abbotin 1981 that he had been involved in 3 inappropriate relationships between 1973 & 1979. Became Episcopal priest in Las Vegas 10/15/04. Resigned from position 2011 after suit filed. Admitted abuse of several. 2nd suit filed 7/11. Died 11/27/13.Kansas City-St. Joseph, MOSource:
Articles prior to 07.13.11; Living Church 07.13.11; Kansas City Star 07.22.11; Midwest Conservative Journal 07.23.11; Virtue Online 08.01.11; New Missourian 09.01.11; Order in Doe 5 v Conception Abbey 10.26.11; St Joseph News Press 10.26.11; Virtue Online 10.26.11; Virtue Online 10.27.11; Virtue Online 04.11.13; National Catholic Reporter 04.12.13; Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier 04.12.13; Kansas City Star 12.05.13; Las Vegas Review-Journal 12.09.13; SNAP Statement re Death 12.09.13
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
PascalSister NAccusedUnknownTwo or more pending claims against Sister Pascal shown in bankruptcy reorganization documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1/25/10. Fairbanks, AKSource:
Excerpt from Bankruptcy Reorganization Documents for Fairbanks Diocese 1.25.10, p. 1
PascaleAnthony 1958PSettledDiocesanAccused in a lawsuit settled 4/16 of sexually abusing a 14-yr-old boy, who was a student at St. Stephen's Diocesan Seminary in Kaneohe, HI. Plaintiff also claimed abuse by Fr William Queenan and, in earlier yrs, by Fr Francis Daubert, MM. Pascale died 1/9/03, age 85.Honolulu, HISource:
Honolulu Star-Bulletin Obit 01.09.03; Honolulu Advertiser 01.18.03; Honolulu Civil Beat 03.15.16
PatejkoGregory (Zbigniew)1953PAccusedDiocesanOrdained in Poland, Patejko also worked in the Netherlands before moving to the US in 1968. After working in Trenton, NJ diocese, he was moved to the Fargo ND diocese in 1972. One man told a priest in 1984 that he had been sexually molested by Patejko in 1976 in ND. In 1981 Patejko was moved to Austin TX diocese. In 1994 Fargo quietly settled with the ND man. Patejko returned to Poland in 1993 and is believed to be dead. The 1984 accuser says he knows of at least two other victims.Fargo, NDSource:
Grand Forks Herald 5.6.09; History of Hope ND 1882-1982; Polish Footprints 7.96; SNAP Statement 4.8.13; WDAY 5.7.09; KVUE News 05.12.09; Times of Trenton 10.29.09; InForum 12.16.09; Steele County Press 01.28.10
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Pater
Daniel1979PSettledDiocesanIn 1992 a woman told the archdiocese Pater sexually abused her beginning when she was age 14 in the early 1980s at St. Charles Borromeo in Kettering. Pater left for Rome to study in 1982 and became a Vatican diplomat in Africa, Australia, Vatican City and India. He admitted the abuse, which continued until late 1991 or early 1992 on his trips back to U.S. His victim and a second woman accusing Pater of abuse as a teen in the early 1980s sued in 2004. The suit was withdrawn after a 6/06 ruling by Ohio Supreme Court. On 2/21/14 it was announced that Vatican sentenced him to life of prayer & penance as of 1/21/14. Still a priest but no privileges.Cincinnati, OHSource:
Dayton Daily News 07.14.94; Dayton Daily News 07.11.95; Dallas Morning News 08.31.03; Chicago Sun Times 09.01.03; Dayton Daily News 09.01.03; Dayton Daily News 09.18.03; Dayton Daily News 09.23.03; Dallas Morning News 11.21.03; Cincinnati Enquirer 03.24.04; Dayton Daily News 03.24.04; Dallas Morning News 09.12.04; Archdiocese of Cincinnati Status Report 02.07.06; Dayton Daily News 06.23.06; Dayton Daily News 04.22.07; Statement by Archdiocese of Cincinnati 02.21.14; WDTN 02.21.14; Cincinnati Enquirer 02.22.14; Patrick J Wall 09.29.17
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Patil
Gabriel M.1972PSuedBarnabite3 men filed two separate suits in Allentown in 2004 alleging they were molested by Patil from 1978-1980. Cases dismissed 2005. Patil was promoted to Provincial Superior of his Order in 1990. Articles say he was working as pastor of church in Ontario Canada as of 2004. The 2002 Catholic Directory showed him in the Allentown Diocese. As of 6/10 he was assigned to St. Anthony Zaccaria Seminary in Lewiston, NY but was believed to be serving in India.Allentown, PASource:
Morning Call 3.5.04; Morning Call 05.12.04; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.12.04; WIVB 06.25.10; Buffalo News 06.26.10
Patino-Arango
Juan Carlos SSuedDiocesanHe was a seminary student in 2003 when parents of 1 youth reported abuse. Reports say he returned to Colombia, his native country, or, possibly, to Florida when investigation began. Indicted 2004 for abuse of 2 boys in 1996 while he was a seminary student. Civil suit filed in 2004 by 3 and moved to Fed. court in 2005. Defendants named include Pope Benedict (then Cardinal Ratzinger). Pope dismissed 12/05. Settled 2/08.Galveston-Houston, TXSource:
Houston Chronicle 6.4.04; Houston Press 07.22.04; ABC13 News (Houston) 02.18.05; Houston Chronicle 04.29.05; Texas Lawyer 09.09.05; Ft. Worth Star Telegram (AP) 09.20.05; Houston Chronicle 09.21.05; Houston Chronicle 12.23.05; Texas Lawyer 12.23.05; Houston Press 08.17.06; Houston Press 10.19.07; Houston Chronicle 02.04.08
Patnode
Joseph I. (not John)1918PAccusedDiocesanIn 2003 man says he and at least 9 other other teenage boys were sexually abused by Patnode in the 30's, 40's and early 50's.. Patnode was removed from his parish assignment and transferred to Sisters of Mercy Novitiate in Iowa in 1951. Retired 1964, died 12/30/77. At least 1 claim included in $2.6M settlement with Archdiocese 3/07.and at least 1 in 8/13 $5.2M out-of-court settlement involving 10 priests and 26 victims.Dubuque, IASource:
Telegraph Herald (IA) 06.18.03; Cedar Rapids Courier 09.27.05; Sioux City Journal 01.06.06; Telegraph Herald 03.06.06; Telegraph Herald 03.07.06; Des Moines Register (AP) 03.28.07; Dyersville Commercial 08.28.13; WCF Courier 08.28.13
Assignments:
Archdiocesan Report on Assignments and Other Info 9.22.06; Archdiocese of Dubuque - Table of Accused Priests and Assignment Records 08.01.13
Patrick
Michael T.1983PSentencedDiocesanOriginally from Sri Lanka. Worked in the Portland OR diocese beginning 1998. Was on marriage Tribunal and served in several parishes. Named pastor of St Wenceslaus in Scappoose OR in 2012. Charged in 3/15 with luring for attempting to get a 14-yr-old girl into his car as she walked home from school in Vancouver OR. Girl fled and was able to describe the man and provide police his car license number. He denied the allegations. Arrested at Los Angeles airport 4/8/14 upon return from a visit to Australia. Archdiocese removed him from duties when he was arrested. Pled guilty 5/6/16 to attempted luring. Sentenced to 1 yr in jail; given credit for 23 days served and 244 days were suspended. Was to serve remaining time in a work-release program.Portland, ORSource:
Catholic Sentinel 04.11.14; KGW 04.11.14; KPTV Fox 12 04.11.14; The Oregonial 04.11.14; NT News (Australia) 04.13.14; KOIN6 04.14.14; KGW 04.15.14; KOIN 04.25.14; The Columbian 04.25.14; Catholic Sentinel 07.27.14; Catholic Sentinel 11.12.14; Columbian 05.10.16; Chronicle 05.11.16; Oregonian 05.11.16; SNAP 05.11.16

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