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Diocese of Tucson

Diocese of Tucson Diocese has 75 parishes in nine counties serving 300,000 parishioners in southern Arizona.

Diocese of Tucson abuse Nine priests in the diocese had been accused of sexual abuse up to January 2003 (NYT survey) with lawsuits against 4 clerics (a priest and monseigneur and 2 other priests who died) by 11 plaintiffs for molestations occurring 1967-1989. The two priests who are still living were suspended, with canonical defrocking procedures under way. There remained 25 clerics (24 priests and a deacon) on the diocese’s public list of clerics who have accusations of child abuse against them, March 2003. In National Audit February 2004, the diocese identified 26 priests who had served in southern Arizona about whom credible allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor had been made. The time studied spanned 54 years. Three more names were added 24 June 2004.

Diocese of Tucson settlements Diocese paid $155,000 in claims to eight victims of sexual abuse prior to 2002 and then in 2002 reached a $14 million settlement with 10 men abused by 4 priests. Then it settled $16 million in the Tucson settlement 2003 and still faced the financial consequences of 22 pending lawsuits over sexual abuse of children by priests.

  1. Tucson settlement 2002 Diocese settled 11 sex abuse suits for $14 million and acknowledged four priests at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church molested 10 boys 1960s-70s, January 2002.
  2. Tucson settlement 2003 Yuma County Superior Court judge ruled that the victims were entitled to seek punitive damages, and the diocese settled 11 lawsuits 29 January 2003 with “very painful consequences to our diocese and its finances,” reportedly for $16 million. Bishop Manuel D. Moreno and Coadjutor Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas apologized to the victims and their families.
  3. Tucson settlement 2005 Fifty-four who say they were affected by the sexual-abuse crisis are scheduled to receive initial payments of $15,000 to $600,000 for incidents that took place as far back as the 1950s and as recently as 2002. The money for settlements is expected to come from insurance, parish contributions and real estate sales, announced July 2005.

Safe Environment Program 3,000 criminal background checks including processing fingerprints of all diocesan employees and volunteers.

Multiple Priest Cases

Two priest case 35-year-old Tucson man who claims he was abused by two priests in the 1970s when he was a parishioner at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church. Lawsuit names the Revs. Luke Meunier de la Pierre and Michael Teta, both are on the diocese's public list of clerics with “credible” accusations of child sexual abuse against them.

O'Connor accusation Tucson resident Brian O'Connor claimed he had a sexual relationship with Robert C. Trupia, a former priest who was defrocked by Pope John Paul II in August 2004, and that he also had sexual relations with another local priest, William T. Byrne, who died in 1991, and with former Phoenix Bishop James S. Rausch, who died in 1981.

St. Joseph parish Across WInslow Arisona's railroad tracks is a parish that has had at least three credibly accused priests.

Immaculate Heart Academy

Immaculate Heart Academy Immaculate Heart High School is a co-ed Catholic school in Oro Valley, Arizona (a suburb of Tucson). The school, operated by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Jane Doe lawsuit One woman filed suit June 2004 alleging abuse by Ranft (Ranft affair) and six other priests while she was a student at Immaculate Heart Academy from 1962-1965. Ranft is the main abuser listed in the petition and other priests are mostly identified only by last names.

  1. Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case Legal action names five nuns, four priests and a maintenance worker who once worked with the order, and also lists 20 “Jane and John Doe” defendants, accusing the Order of neglect and abuse in the 1950s. Three of the priests named in the legal action, the Rev. Floyd Stromberg (Stromberg affair), the Rev. Charles Rourke (Rourke affair) and the Rev. Claudio Riol (Riol affair), were previously identified by the Diocese of Tucson as having credible accusations of sexual abuse involving minors filed against them.

Anon maintenance worker Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun I Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun II Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun III Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun IV Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun V Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Rev. Ranft (Ranft affair)

Rev. Claudio Riol (Riol affair)

Rev. Charles Rourke (Rourke affair)

Rev. Floyd Stromberg (Stromberg affair)

Tucson Cover-up

Tucson cover-up Tucson Diocese covered up information that priests were molesting altar boys and taking young men and girls to their beds, 1967-87.

Moreno resignation Bishop Manuel D. Moreno (1930-) offered refuge to seminary classmates accused of sexual misconduct such as Patrick Ziemann (former bishop of Santa Rosa) and Robert Trupia even after the Vatican defrocked the two. After serving southern Arizona for 21 years, a period that saw Moreno settle 11 lawsuits for child molestation by Tucson priests for $14 million, Moreno resigned 2003.

Tucson Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy threat Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson, facing 22 pending lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of minors by priests, owns $46.1 million worth of property in nine Arizona counties - the bulk of that wealth coming from parishes, which the diocese predicts under canon law will not be affected by a possible bankruptcy, threatened July 2004. Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection was filed 20 September 2004.

Tucson Case List

(alphabetical listing)

[26 offenders identified, 48 listed]

Anon maintenance worker Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun I Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun II Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun III Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun IV Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Anon nun V Accused of abuse, identified in the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary case.

Barmasse affair Rev. Kevin Barmasse whom the Tucson diocese accepted as a visiting priest in 1983 even though they knew an allegation of sexual misconduct with a minor had been made against him in Los Angeles, was accused of sexual molestation. No longer acting as a priest and lives in California.

Butler affair Rev. Richard Edmund Butler (d. 1988) Dominican, ordained 1949, served in Tucson at St. Thomas More Newman Center from 1968 to 1974.

  1. Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson While in Tucson, Butler was chaplain-director of Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson, a Mexican mariachi band of young men between the ages of 13-17, and travelled with them on tour throughout the United States and Mexico. In March 2003 Diocese reviewed personnel files and announced Butler and others had been subject of credible allegations of sexual misconduct involving minors. He was accused of sexual molestation, 2003.

Byrne affair Rev. William T. Byrne (d. 1991), ordained 1952, accused of molesting a youth in 1970s. Suit filed April 1999. At least one other suit filed against Byrne. In February 2002 Diocese announced it had settled 11 civil suits involving 10 plaintiffs for $14M. Unknown number of these cases alleged abuse by Byrne. Two sisters filed suit August 2002 alleging that Byrne abused their brothers during the 1960s and that the brothers then abused the two sisters. At least one of the brothers had participated in the February 2002 settlement.

Callanan affair Rev. Patrick J. Callanan (d. 1975) Accused of abuse, 2002.

Cocio affair Rev. Carlos Cocio, ordained 1981, suspended form ministry in 1993 after allegations of sexual misconduct with an adult. Also in 1993, a parent made allegation to Diocese concerning child sexual abuse that had been reported to sheriff in 1989. Sheriff decided not to prosecute but a report was given to diocese at that time. Still on leave in 2002 and still being supported by church 2007.

Cordova affair Rev. Jorge Washington Cordova Hernandez (1956-), ordained 1981, faces 10 counts of child sexual abuse in Yuma. Cordova is now employed by a Catholic diocese in Ecuador, was arrested near Madrid by Spanish police, 3 June 2007.

DeChant affair Ron DeChant (d. 1984) worked as a deacon at St. Francis de Sales Parish in Tucson from 1981 to 1984. He was arrested after an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct with minors 1984.

Doran affair Rev. John P. Doran (d. 1997), ordained 1945, accused of abuse in 1963. The diocese was also aware of another potential allegation from the same time period. Abuse may have actually occurred in Phoenix which was part of Tucson diocese at the time. Doran retired in 1990.

Dyke affair Rev. George Dyke (d. 1971), ordained 1945, left parish work in 1965 and was laicized in 1968 at his own request. His name was released in 2003 as having been named in credible accusations of child molestation. No information on victims or time of abuse.

Garcia case Rev. Raul Valencia Garcia (1959-), an associate pastor at St. Monica’s Church in Tucson, was arrested on suspicion of violating a state law that requires reporting suspected child sexual abuse in the case of a church volunteer having abused a minor, 30 November 2004. The charge was dropped and he was moved to St. Jude's Church in San Luis.

Gluch affair Rev. Robert A. Gluch (1993), ordained 1964. 2002 suit alleges abuse of one youth beginning at age 13 in 1965. Sued at least twice in 2003 in Arizona. Also sued in California. At least 2 claims included in Tucson settlement as part of bankruptcy.

Guillen case Rev. Juan Guillen, ordained 1964, former associate pastor at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Yuma, molested boys, all children of Mexican farmworkers, several times each week for about a decade, originally faced 13 felony charges related to four victims, pleaded guilty to two counts of child molestation on 15 April 2003 and was sentenced to 10 years in prison and lifetime probation on two counts of attempted child molestation in connection with repeatedly seducing and raping 3 altar boys from the Spanish-speaking chapel where he ministered, 24 July 2003. “The church was a mainstay in their lives, their families were extremely devout and now these kids have lost their spirituality, their childhood and their community.”

  1. Church cover-up Diocese received a complaint about Guillen acting inappropriately with two boys in 1992 but little was done even though a person administering a lie detector test during his psychosexual evaluation found the priest “deceptive.”
  2. Civil lawsuits 7 plaintiffs filed 4 civil suits by 2004. Some of abuse alleged to have occurred in Monterey Diocese in CA. Some claims included in 2005/2006 settlement in AZ. Trial of one suit filed in CA was set for June 2009. Suit alleged abuse of one youth for years by Guillen and Velez, beginning in 1988 when boy was 8. Settled May 2009 for $1.2 million. Removed from priesthood 2005. Released from prison 10/11 and broke probation. Now wanted.
  3. Three brother accusation Three brothers molested by Rev. Juan Guillen between 1996 and 2002, when they were 9, 11 and 14 years old.

Gluch affair Rev. Robert A. Gluch (d. 1993) was named on a list the local diocese made public of 25 clerics who had “credible accusations” of child sexual abuse against them, 2002. Two brothers, under the pseudonyms James and John Doe, said they were abused by Gluch in the sacristy after Mass and in the rectory at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church of Miami from 1968 to 1970. Other incidents occurred in Gluch's car while he was on church-related business, lawsuit filed 9 April 2003.

Hernandez affair Rev. Jorge Washington Cordova Hernandez, whose home diocese is in Quito, Ecuador, has been under investigation for about a year by Phoenix and Yuma police, accused of abusing a minor during his assignment to St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Yuma in the Diocese of Tucson from 1988-91. He is not accused of abuse during his work in the Phoenix Catholic Diocese from 1991-93.

Jablonowski affair Rev. Anthony Jablonowski, served at St. Margaret Mary Parish in Tucson in 1993-94 and at St. Theresa Parish in Patagonia 1994-97, had no allegations of misconduct made against him involving the time he served in the Diocese of Tucson, but he was identified by the Diocese of Cheyenne in 2004 as having been accused of sexual misconduct with minors. He is now a priest in the Diocese of Steubenville, Ohio.

Judd affair Rev. Richard Judd (d. 1988), ordained 1964. Diocese released names of Judd and four other priests and a deacon who had been accused of abuse, March 2003. News release said Judd was living in Tucson in early 1970s and had an employment relationship with Salpointe Catholic High School and two churches. No specific information on victims.

Luke affair Rev. Pedro Luke sued for alleged abuse 2000.

Manzo affair Rev. Fernando L. Manzo, ordained 1983, pastor of San Felipe de Jesus Catholic Church in Nogales, AZ, went missing in December 2003, when the Tucson Police Department began investigating the allegations of sexual abuse. A sexual-molestation lawsuit was filed against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson by US Army investigator Brandon Croly, Manzo’s nephew.

Meunier de la Pierre affair Rev. Lucien Meunier de la Pierre (deceased) (Pedro Luke, Luke Munier, or Pedro Luc de la Pierre) arrived in Tucson from Canada in 1974 and received permission to function in diocese. Arrested in 1975 in AZ on child abuse charges. Jumped bail. Charged in Canada in 1989 with child abuse. Arrested 1990 in FL and ordered extradited to Canada. Died in FL prison before extradition. Named in many law suits filed 1998-2004. In February 2002 Diocese settled 11 suits which included claims against de la Pierre. New suit September 2004.

Miller affair Rev. Francis Miller, ordained for the Order of Discalced Carmelites in 1949 and apparently worked at St. Margaret Mary parish in the Tucson diocese between 1955 and 1963. He left the diocese in 1963. As of 2005 he was living in a retirement facility run by the Order. Credible accusations of child molestation against him, March 2003. He has been placed on leave.

Miranda affair Ray Miranda, deacon, for the diocese from 1982-1983. He was suspended from all ministry in 1983 and has not functioned as a deacon since that time. No indication of age or sex of victim.

Oliver case Rev. John A. Oliver (deceased), ordained 1952, was alleged in 1967 to have picked up a 14-year-old boy who was hitchhiking home. Instead of taking him home, boy says Oliver drove him to a house, gave him alcohol and molested him. Diocese said Oliver pleaded guilty but it isunclear what plea involved. He was sentenced to 6 or 7 years probation. Sheriff's report from case included a comment suggesting prior cover-ups by the diocese. Retired in 2000; placed on leave May 2002. Supervised R. Trupia (Trupia case).

Pirrung affair Rev. George Pirrung, ordained 1954, served at four parishes in the Tucson diocese: Our Lady of Blessed Sacrament in Miami, AZ (1954-1955), Sacred Heart Parish in Nogales, AZ (1955-1957), Queen of Peace in Mesa, AZ (1957-1960) and Immaculate Conception Parish in Douglas, AZ (1960-1962). Pirrung then joined the Diocese of Phoenix in 1969 and retired in 1997.

  1. Church cover-up Man came forward in 2003 to say that Pirrung molested him in mid 1950s. Tucson Diocese then searched archives and found 2 more allegations dating to 1966. Archives revealed no action on the part of Diocese. Bishop Gerald Kicanas acknowledged the diocese knew of three reports of sexual abuse against Pirrung. All of the alleged victims were boys and when one came forward in 2003, the diocese confirmed the victim had initially reported the sexual misconduct in 1966. There is no account of any action taken by leaders of the diocese at that time. Kicanas said their records also contained another allegation against Pirrung from a different person. And someone else came forward with another accusation 2003.

Purcell case Rev. Thomas P. Purcell (1942-), of the Society of Mary, a visiting priest in the Diocese of Tucson. Purcell left the priesthood. Convicted and sentenced to 9.5-years, 2003.

  1. Purcell trial I Rev. Purcell was convicted of molesting a 13-year-old South Tucson boy in the early 1980s and given a twelve year sentence in an Arizona prison.
  2. Purcell trial II Rev. Purcell left the priesthood and was again put on trial and convicted of three counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one count of attempted sexual conduct with a 15-year-old, 26 March 2003. He did not show up and became a fugitive.
  3. Purcell trial III Rev. Purcell worked at a Planada Church, in the North Valley, CA, during the mid-1990's and an investigation was sparked by a man who says he was molested during a sleep-over at Sacred Hearth Catholic Church. The Sheriff's Department found a number of victims, all under the age of fourteen.

Ranft affair Rev. Paul J. Ranft (1915-2001), ordained 1940. One woman filed suit June 2004 alleging abuse by Ranft and six other priests while she was a student at Immaculate Heart Academy from 1962-1965. Ranft is the main abuser listed in the petition and other priests are mostly identified only by last names. Ranft, who died in 2001 at age of 86, moved to Tucson from Kentucky in 1953 because of health problems, including severe asthma.

Riol affair Rev. Claudio Riol, ordained 1930, served at Immaculate Heart Academy in Tucson from 1960 to 1961 and lived there until 1969. He has not been removed from priestly duties but was added to a public list of clergy with “credible” accusations of sexually abusing children.

Riter affair Sister Rosaria Riter (d. 1996) Benedictine Sisters, who taught at Sacred Heart School in Tucson 1949-1953, was accused of sexual misconduct with a boy, an allegation the diocese determined was credible.

Rosensweig affair Rev. Walter F. Rosensweig, ordained 1953, former chancellor of diocese. He was placed on leave in 1996. He retired in 2001. In June 2002 the diocese ordered him not to perform any public ministry because of the past allegations. Named in second lawsuit filed November 2003.

  1. Anon accusation In March 1996, man sued Rosensweig and Diocese alleging abuse on at least two occasions in 1981, March 1996. Suit settled out of court August 1997 with no amount disclosed.

Rourke affair Rev. Charles Rourke, ordained 1958, accused of abuse, suspended from ministry in 1984 for alcohol related medical reasons. Committed suicide after allegations, 1993.

  1. Church cover-up Diocese became aware of allegations of child abuse against him. From 1969-1973 he was on a leave of absence and assigned to Archdiocese of Santa Fe. He returned to duty with Tuscon diocese in 1973-1975 and 1981-1984. There was another leave of absence between 1975-1981. Named in 1 civil suit which settled in 2006 as part of bankruptcy.

Sanz case Rev. Julian Sanz, ordained 1977, a native of Spain, came to diocese in 1980. Became diocesan priest in 1994. Placed on leave October 2002 after youth said he had been molested in August 2002. Another victim came forward later to say he was molested at age 11 during confession in 1982. Arrested in February 2003 on 2 counts of sexual abuse of a child and pleaded guilty. Sentenced to prison for 5 yrs in 10/03. Civil suit filed 1/04 by the same man in criminal charges. "Removed from priesthood 2010."

  1. Sanchez allegation George Sanchez says he was 12 when he was sexually molested by the Rev. Julian Sanz during confession in the priest's office at Sacred Heart Church in Douglas. It changed his life forever. Convicted of 2 counts of sexual abuse of child, 2003

Schlueter affair Rev. Clemens M. Schlueter (d. 2009) accused of abuse, came to Diocese of Tucson in 1961 as a priest of the Diocese of Steubenville. He became a priest of the Diocese of Tucson in 1978 and retired in 1990. It was announced in 6/02 that Schlueter had been suspended from ministry in 1997 after Diocese learnedof an allegation of child abuse related to his assignments in the 1960s.

Schoolcraft affair Rev. Byron Wayne Schoolcraft has been suspended from ministry as deacon. He served at Our Mother of Sorrows Parish in Tucson from 1981-1984. No further information found.

Speers case Philip Gregory Speers, a second-grade class teacher at a Yuma Catholic school in the 1999-2000 school year, was convicted on charges of child pornography and child molestation in separate trials in 2002 and 2003. But in decisions in 2004 and 2005, the Arizona Court of Appeals reversed both convictions. The diocese's insurance company in 2003 paid $1.8 million to the families of five girls who said Speers molested them to settle civil claims. Speers was convicted on two counts of child molestation and was sentenced to 34 years in prison, August 2007.

Stencil affair Rev. Steven G. Stencil, ordained 1981, who ministered at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church on the Northwest Side, was accused of sexual misconduct by a Casa Grande man and he was placed on leave of absence, May 2003. The state declined to prosecute after reviewing a complaint by a 21-year-old man dating from 1999 when he was 17 and Stencil was pastor of St. Anthony parish.

Stromberg affair Rev. Floyd G. Stromberg (d. 2007), ordained 1959, accused sexual misconduct with minors. He retired March 2002 but was placed on leave July 2002 after confirming a 1966 allegation that surfaced June 2002. Named in April 2005 civil suit as one of several abusers of girl at Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary convent between 1954-1938. Also named in March 2006 suit by one man claiming abuse at same convent.

Taylor affair Rev. Daniel Taylor accused of abuse, removed 1999. Also a priest in Erie, PA.

Teta affair Rev. Michael Teta came to Tucson from Trenton Diocese in 1978 and became member of Tucson Diocese in 1982. Abuse alleged to have occurred during his first assignment in Tucson from 1978-1980. Placed on leave in 1991. Accused of child abuse in several of the 11 lawsuits filed between 1999 and 2002 which were settled by Tucson Diocese 1/02. Named in another suit filed 9/04. Laicization announced 8/5/04. Often associated with R. Trupia, another abuser. Diocese paid him $900 mo from 1991-2004.

Thomas affair Rev. Robert R. Thomas accused of abuse, removed 2002. Also served in Toledo, Ohio.

Thompson affair Rev. James Thompson (d. 1982), Vincentian, served at St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Phoenix in 1964-65 when the parish was in the Diocese of Tucson. No information on victim or age at time of alleged abuse. His name appears for the first time in February 2004 articles reflecting information released by Diocese on 26 priests with credible accusations of child sexual abuse.

Trupia case Monsignor Robert C. Trupia, ordained 1973, whom diocesan officials have called a “serial predator,” molested as many as 30 boys as a priest, pastor and marriage counselor for the diocese, costing the diocese millions of dollars in settlements. Bishop Moreno had known of allegations against the priest for years, but did not investigate until he was directed to by an out-of-state archbishop who had been contacted by a victim’s mother, 1992. Trupia initially acknowledged molestation to Bishop Moreno in April 1992, called himself a “loose cannon” and said he was “unfit for the priesthood.” But the priest also threatened to reveal sexual relationships he said he had had with other high-ranking church officials, if Bishop Moreno disclosed his admissions and did not allow him to retire. Settled 1997.

  1. Episcopal cover-up Bishop Moreno suspended Trupia and ordered treatment. During the next few years, Moreno told victims’ families that Trupia had denied the allegations, then he changed his deposition testimony to deny that the priest admitted abuse or made threats. According to court records, the diocese refused to cooperate with police - first from Tucson, then from Yuma - when they tried to investigate the priest. The priest was arrested in late 2000, but prosecutors decided the charges were too old to prosecute. Trupia moved into the condominium in Ellicott City, Md. November 2001, purchased by Fatooh (Fatooh affair) in October 2001 and driving a late-model Mercedes-Benz. He was defrock by the Vatican August 2004.
  2. Chicken Hawk Robert Trupia’s nickname by his fellow clergy.
  3. Trupia threat Trupia threatened to expose the sexual improprieties of high-ranking Tucson diocesan officials if he wasn't allowed to retire on his own terms. The diocese later called Trupia a "notorious and serial sexual predator" and sought his laicization. He moved to Maryland and worked as a consultant for the Monterey, CA diocese; that contract was terminated in 2001, just after Trupia was arrested on charges of molesting children in AZ in the 1970s. He was jailed but released after one night due to the expiration of the statute of limitations. Although he fought it for twelve years, Trupia was laicized in 2004.

Underwood case Maj. Gary E. Underwood (1955-), ordained 1980, while working as a priest at St. Odilia’s Catholic Church on Tucson’s Northwest Side was accused of molesting the three teenage boys, all of them under the age of 15, in 1983 and 1984. His victims were altar boys who trusted the "hip" priest who drove a red Corvette, gave them beer and allowed them to see X-rated films in the rectory of St. Odilia's Church. He joined the US Air Force in 1987. Underwood was charged in November 2006 with nine counts of molestation and sexual conduct with a minor under 15. He pleaded guilty in May 2008 to six counts of sexual abuse of a minor involving three victims. The former senior Catholic chaplain at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., was sentenced to 10 years in prison and lifetime probation as a registered sex offender, 5 August 2008.

Warren affair Rev. Thomas Warren (d. 2001) was assigned to the Diocese of Tucson 1984-1991, at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Solomon (1984-89) and Sacred Heart Parish in Parker (1989-91). The diocese is not aware of any sexual misconduct by Warren alleged to have occurred while he was with the Diocese of Tucson, but he was accused of sexual abuse while a priest in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

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