Syracuse Diocese Priest Assignments St

Syracuse, New York – The Most Reverend Robert J. Cunningham, Bishop of Syracuse has released the most recent appointments in the Diocese of Syracuse. The changes are:

Rev. Paul N. Machira will provide sacramental ministry to the parishes of Immaculate Conception in Greene and St. Joseph’s in Oxford. Mary Wentlet will serve as Pastoral Coordinator at Immaculate Conception in Greene. Rev. Msgr. John P. Putano will serve as Canonical Pastor-Mentor and Administrator.

Rev. Donald E. Bourgeois retired effective July 1 as Pastor of St. Ambrose in Endicott. As a retired priest, he has agreed to serve in sacramental ministry on weekends in the parishes of St. John the Evangelist, Bainbridge and St. Agnes Mission, Afton.

Deacon Timothy O. McNerney will serve as part-time Deacon Administrator of St. John the Evangelist in Bainbridge and St. Agnes Mission, Afton. Rev. Msgr. John P. Putano will serve as Canonical Pastor-Mentor.

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HaasJoseph1959PAccusedDiocesanHaas placed on leave Feb. 2004 after allegations that he molested a young girl in 1977. Haas originally told parish that he was taking leave on doctor's orders but Archbishop sent letter clarifying the situation. DA ruled that 1977 incident was too old to prosecute. Previous allegation of less serious inappropriate behavior was received in 2000 but nothing done. Officially retired Sept. 2004 even though Review Board concluded accusations not substantiated.Milwaukee, WISource:
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 03.19.04; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 09.13.04
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Haas
Paul Frederick1961PSettledDiocesanAt least 100 people have alleged abuse by Haas while he was posted to Fr. Ryan High School in Tennessee. Haas was later transferred to Kentucky around 1967 "for treatment." Also spent time in Little Rock. He died in 1978. One man went to the diocese in1996 to say he had been abused at age 15 in 1961 by Haas. Diocese gave him $5700 in exchange for a release and a confidentiality agreement. Another came forward in 1999 re abuse in 1963.Nashville, TNSource:
Tennessean 04.28.02; Tennessean 08.20.02; Tennessean 02.17.04; Tennessean 02.28.04; Nashville Scene 06.30.05; Tennessean 07.17.05; Tennessean 11.06.05; Fox 16 10.17.07; KATV 10.17.07; LifeSite News 10.20.16
HaberthierJohn1948PAccusedDiocesanDiocese told Parishioners in 12/06 that Haberthier, who was retired, had been accused of sexual misconduct. Investigation by Diocese found allegations to be credible. He had been part of the diocese since 8/50. Last assignment in Diocese ended 12/73. 1989 Catholic Directory showed him On Duty Outside the Diocese. Also worked in CA per his obituary. He died 12/28/09 at age 87.Dodge City, KSSource:
Hutchinson News 01.17.10; Catholic Diocese of Dodge City Update Charter for Protection of Children and Young People 04.30.10; Lawrence Journal-World 06.23.10
Assignments:
FindaGrave 12.00.2009
HackettJohn Joseph PSuedDiocesanDied 12/7/88. Accused of abuse of 1 person in 1969 per a (2003??) civil suit.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report Errata Notice # 1
Assignments:
LA Times Database 4.20.06
HackettThomas E.1943PAccusedDiocesanHackett is shown on the Davenport Diocese's Creditors Committee website (in 2007) as having credible allegations against him. Name also appears on Diocese's list of "credibly accused" abusers 7.10.08. Accused of abuse of 3 minor males beginning in 1940s. Died in 1951.Davenport, IASource:
Davenport Creditors Committee Website 08.27.07; Quad-City Times 07.10.08; Hawk Eye 07.12.08
Assignments:
Catholic Messenger 7.17.08; BA.org Concise Assignment Record
Haddican
Bernard1960PSettledDiocesanOne man claimed abuse by Haddican when he was a teen. Claim settled in 2000 for $44K. Haddican died 1996. In 2002 the original plaintiff and man abused by another priest filed suit against Diocese and Cardinal Law (former VG of Diocese) alleging the Diocese covered up their abuse and lied to them about other cases. Plaintiff's mother had asked Law for his help back in 1970s but he did nothing. Suit dismissed on Def. Motion for Summary Judgment 9/03.Jackson, MSSource:
Associated Press 5.8.05; Boston Herald 06.10.02; Associated Press 06.11.02; Associated Press 06.14.02; Associated Press 07.18.02; Boston Globe 07.18.02; Boston Herald 08.21.02; Boston Herald 08.26.02; GoMemphis.com 03.26.03; Opinion in Belencia v. St. Mary?s Catholic Church et al, 251-02-915, Hines Co MS Circuit Court 09.29.03
HaegelinWilliam M.1976PAccusedDiocesanRemoved 9/02 after man accused him of inappropriate sexual relations in 1980s. Haegelin denied but later admitted to having a sexual relationship with the man but only when the man was an adult. In 11/02 Archdiocesan review board cleared him of allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor. No criminal investigation because the man did not want one. Review board recommended that he be returned to duty after spiritual counseling.Kansas City, KSSource:
Kansas City Star 09.11.02; Kansas City Star 09.17.02; Kansas City Star 11.27.02
Haen
Edmund H.1940PAccusedDiocesanPer 4/02 article, Haen had abused at least three men when they were youths. One man says at least two priests failed to report the molestations when they occurred in 1940s. He finally told Archbishop Weakland in 1989. Haen was forced to retire in 1990 and Aux. Bishop Richard Sklba told victim in 1992 that Haen had admitted the abuse and had been placed on severe restrictions. Died in 1997. Several other victims known.Milwaukee, WISource:
Archdiocese of Milwaukee List of Clergy Offenders 3.3.12; Statement by Archdiocese of Milwaukee 7.9.04; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 10.25.97; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.20.02; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.24.02; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.28.02; Milwuakee Journal Sentinel 07.10.04
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record; Archdiocese of Milwaukee Assignment Record
Haener
Robert W.1957PAccusedDiocesanAccused of psychologically and sexually abusing numerous boys at two parishes and two Catholic schools in 1960s and early 1970s. During investigation at one school in late 1960s several unknown priests came to school and questioned about 30 boys. Nothing else done for many years. Removed from parish 1992 and then worked as hospital chaplain. Removed in 2002. Permanently removed from ministry by Vatican in 2005.Detroit, MISource:
Detroit Free Press 8.2.02; Detroit Free Press 06.22.02; Detroit News 07.14.02; USA Today 11.11.02; Detroit Free Press 04.14.03; Michigan Catholic 05.27.05
Hagan
Alvin Marie (Sister) NSuedSchool Sisters of Notre DameAccused of abuse of boys living at Madonna Manor in 1950s and 1960s in suits filed August, 2005 and March, 2006. Worked in Dallas Province for many years. Died.Oct. 2006 (?) At least one claim included in almost $5.2M settlement with Archdiocese in Fall, 2009New Orleans, LASource:
School Sisters of Notre Dame, Dallas Province Website 2007(?); Times Picayune 08.25.05; Times Picayune 03.14.06; Times Picayune 03.11.10
HaganArthur J.1933PAccusedDiocesanIncluded 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 3/22/63. 8/11 Boston AD database reports no formal determination of guilt either because he died prior to canonical investigation or it was not complete at his death.Boston, MASource:
BA.Org 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
HaganDavid I.1966PSuedOblateDied in 2005. Accused in 6/06 RICO class action civil suit of abusing 2 brothers for 3 years ,beginning in 1977 or 1978. RICO suit dismissed 11/06 on grounds that RICO's standard of injury to business or property had not been met. Appeal rejected by 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals 11/07.Philadelphia, PASource:
Magnum et al v Archdiocese of Philadelphia et al; Philadelphia Inquirer 05.03.05; Philadelphia Inquirer 06.16.06; Philadelphia Daily News 06.17.06; Philadelphia Inquirer 06.25.06; Philadelphia Daily News 11.21.06; Law com 11.07.07
Hagan
James Craig1974PAccusedDiocesanAccused of abuse of several youths 1981-1986 and in 1970. First allegations reported 1988. Placed on leave 1996. Resigned from priesthood 4/97. Two claims settled 10/03. One claim included in 10/05 settlement with Archdiocese. Sued 4/06 re abuse from 1994-1996 at St. Denis parish. At least 1 claim included in 8/08 $12.7M settlement involving 11 priests and 16 plaintiffs. Laicized 4/10. Personnel file released 01/21/14.Chicago, ILSource:
Chicago Sun-Times 04.25.96; Chicago Sun-Times 09.21.96; Chicago Sun-Times 01.14.03; Chicago Sun Times 01.17.03; Catholic New World 01.21.03; Chicago Sun Times 10.03.03; Chicago Tribune 10.28.05; Chicago Archdiocesan Report 03.20.06; Chicago Sun Times 04.14.06; Chicago Tribune 04.14.06; Southwest News Herald 04.20.06; Journal of Oak Park and River Forest 11.12.07; Chicago Tribune 08.12.08; WBBM 08.12.08; Chicago Tribune 08.13.08; Jeff Anderson & Assoc News Release 08.14.08; Chicago List of priests with Substantiated Allegations accessed 07.05.11; Chicago Tribune 01.21.14; Personnel Files Released 01.21.14; OakPark 01.24.14; Archdiocese of Chicago Documents 11.11.14
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record; Hagan Personnel File; Jeff Anderson & Associates Timeline
HaganJames E.1956PSuedDiocesanAccused in 2002 civil suit of abuse of 11-year-old girl in 1956 at St. Leo the Great. The girl told her pastor shortly thereafter and he said he would take care of it. Girl told mother, who did not believe her. Hagan left priesthood in 1973.Louisville, KYSource:
Courier Journal 9.29.02 (Major Account); Courier-Journal 05.10.02; Courier-Journal 09.29.02
Assignments:
Assignment Record Compiled by Law Firm
Hageman
Clement A.1930PSuedDiocesanIdentified by Gallup diocese as abuser in 8/05. At least 16 alleged victims in Winslow, AZ. At least one man settled with Diocese in 2004. 70- yr- old man sued Gallup 11/10 alleging abuse by Hageman in 1950s. Assigned to Our Lady of Guadalupe in Holbrook 1942-52 and Madre de Dios in Winslow 1965-75. Suit also named Corpus Christi Diocese and said there were allegations about him there in 1930s. Died 1975. Gallup diocese's personnel file released 4/11 show multiple settlements. Corpus Christi & Santa Fe dismissed from suit 2012. New suits 5/13 & 6/13. Gallup diocese filed for bankruptcy in 2013 after lawsuit claiming 57 victims. Diocese released names of 30 "credibly accused" priests and one lay teacher in 12/14.Corpus Christi, TXSource:
Gallup Independent 05.09.05; Gallup Independent 08.02.05; Gallup Independent 09.20.05; Moya v Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup AZ Superior Court Coconino Co 10.13.10; Trivalley Central 10.13.10; Gallup Independent 11.06.10; AZ Central 11.11.10; Houston Chronicle 11.11.10; News Channel 10 11.12.10; BishopAccountability webpage 04.19.11; SNAP Statement 04.19.11; ABC 15 04.20.11; Gallup Independent 04.21.11; AZ Journal 05.04.11; Gallup Independent 05.27.11; KNAU 06.13.11; NY Times 07.10.11; WordClay 10.06.11; Gallup Independent 11.08.11; Gallup Independent 11.08.11; Gallup Independent 07.31.12; Gallup Independent 07.31.12; Gallup Independent 09.11.12; Gallup Independent 05.11.13; Gallup Independent 06.20.13; Sacramento Bee 06.24.13; New Mexican 06.25.13; ABQ Journal 09.03.13; Gallup Independent 09.03.13; Worthy Adversary 09.17.13; Gallup Independent 09.19.13; Gallup Independent 11.11.13; ABQ Journal 12.14.13; ABQ Journal 12.15.13; Gallup Independent 08.21.14; Albuquerque Journal 12.16.14; Arizona Journal 11.21.15; Albuquerque Journal 07.17.16; Gallup Independent 06.06.17
HagenbachClinton Vincent1961PSettledDiocesan1 civil suit settled 2002 for $1.5M. Also accused of abuse of 2 other people. Died 1987. Abuse ranged from 1960s to 1980s. Per 2007 article, he molested more than a dozen victims at two parishes between late 1960s-early 1970s. There are 16 plaintiffs intrial set for mid-2007. Massive LA archdiocese settlement for $660 mil for 500+ cases 7/14/07 just prior to this trial.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 2; LA Times 7.15.07 (2nd); LA Times 08.18.02; LA Times 12.11.02; Seattle Post-Intelligencer 10.30.04; LA Times 10.16.05; San Luis Obispo Tribune 06.17.06; LA Times 07.09.07; California Catholic Daily 07.13.07; Guardian 07.14.07; LA Times 07.15.07; City of Angels 12.07.07
Assignments:
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 4.20.06
HahnJude Clarence Francis1958PAccusedOFM Cap CapuchinAccused of sexually abusing a minor boy in 1976. Civil suit filed Feb. 1994. In depo in this case Hahn admitted to having sexual contact with 4 young males (including Plaintiff) in 1970s and 80s. Teacher at St. Lawrence Seminary told the Order in 1981-1982 that Hahn, a dormitory supervisor, was having inappropriate contact with students. Left priesthood in 1993 and requested laicization. Pope approved the request..Madison, WISource:
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.19.02; Associated Press 04.20.02; SNAP--Wisconsin 11.14.10
HaightMark1976PSettledDiocesan6/02 article says Diocese settled with at least 2 men (in 1989 & 1997) who alleged abuse by Haight years before. After treatment, Haight was assigned as hospital chaplain in 1990; removed in 1996 after hospital learned of history. 1997 settlement was $997,500. Haight abused a youth in Baltimore in mid-1970s while still a seminarian. Civil suit filed in Boston in 10/04 alleging abuse by Haight & 2nd priest at church in Colonie, NY & during trips to Massachusetts. May be at least 6 more victims. Suit filed 1/18 in Vermont by man alleging sexual abuse there as a boy by Haight.Albany, NYSource:
Times Union (NY) 06.05.02; Dallas Morning News 06.12.02; New York Times 06.27.02; Times Union 06.27.02; Times Union 06.28.02; Baltimore Sun 08.21.02; Washington Post 08.22.02; Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02; Albany Times Union 05.18.03; Albany Times Union 10.06.04; Bennington Banner 01.19.18
HalleeRenald C. PSuedDiocesanWoman filed suit 3/10 against Hallee and Diocese alleging he abused her in early 1970s when she was a minor and he was at St. John Catholic Church in Bangor. Court granted summary judgment in favor of Diocese & Hallee on SOL. Plaintiff settled with Diocese but appealed re Hallee. Decision reversed 1/12. Hallee left priesthood in 1977 & was laicized 5/4/09. Later a church volunteer in MA, he was allowed to chaperone teens on church trip in 2010 even after telling his priest about the suit. Woman's suit against Hallee was dismissed by Maine Supreme Court on SOL, even though he left the state in 1977. Court said she had not tried hard enough to locate him and serve him with a lawsuit..Portland, MESource:
Bangor Daily News 09.03.11; WMTW 09.05.11; Portland Press Herald 09.14.11; Boston Globe 10.10.11; Boston Herald 10.10.11; Nashoba Publishing 10.27.11; Angell v Hallee in The Leagle 01.31.12; SNAP Statement 02.01.12; Bangor Daily News 04.09.14; Bangor Daily News 05.29.14; Portland Press Herald 05.29.14; SNAP Statement 06.02.14
Haller
James W.1962PAccusedDiocesanWoman notified Diocese 11/02 that Haller had had an inappropriate relationship with her more than 20 years before when she was a minor. Haller admitted to the relationship, saying that he had loved the girl and wanted to leave the priesthood and marry her. Instead, he was unable to leave the priesthood and the relationship ended. Diocese said that the report was the "first and only" report about Haller. He resigned from his posting. Not listed in 3/03 Atty General Report on Manchester Diocese.Manchester, NHSource:
Union Leader 11.24.02; Union Leader 11.25.02; Boston Globe 11.27.02
HalseyLawrence M. BSuedMaristKnown as Brother Cronin, Halsey is accused in 2002 civil suit of abuse of teenage girl from 1968-1972 at Marist high school in Eugene. Another woman also alleged molestation when she was in high school but later withdrew her claim. Halsey left the order, married, and lives in Oregon as of 2002.Portland, ORSource:
Associated Press 05.11.02; Archdiocese of Portland News Release 05.13.02; Sunday Oregonian 07.07.02; Table: The Oregonian 11.12.06
HambrockEugene BAccusedCrosier Fathers and BrothersWorked in IN, NY, MN, & NE. 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. Died 1/30/99. No indication of which diocese he was working in at time of alleged abuse or when allegation was received..St. Cloud, MNSource:
FindAGrave 01.30.99; Crosier Province Updated List of Religious Involved in Sexual Abuse of Minors 03.08.14; Duluth News Tribune 03.09.14; St Cloud Times 03.09.14; Gallup Independent 03.17.14
Assignments:
Assignment Record Released by Crosier Order 03.08.14
HamiltonWilliam PAccusedDiocesanIn 2003 the Archdiocese settled a sex abuse claim against Hamilton for $675,000. Further facts and Hamilton's current status are unknown.Portland, ORSource:
Oregonian Table 11.12.06
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
HammerJohn E.1979PAccusedDiocesanRemoved 2002 after admitting to abuse of altar boy between 1980-1983. Sent for treatment in 1985 & then worked in Maryland. Returned to Youngstown area in 1990 and Bishop Malone persuaded Saginaw MI diocese to allow him to work there for next 12 yrs. Lawsuit filed 9/02 by 3 plaintiffs from Youngstown diocese and 1 youth from Saginaw diocese.Youngstown, OHSource:
Associated Press 04.21.02; Grand Rapid Press 04.22.02; Akron Beacon Journal 04.23.02; Columbus Dispatch 04.23.02; Associated Press 04.28.02; Associated Press 06.12.02; Dallas Morning News 06.12.02; Akron Beacon Journal 09.20.02; Archdiocese of Baltimore 09.25.02; Detroit Free Press 04.14.03; Saginaw News 05.21.05; Saginaw News 04.11.06; Ohio--SNAP Statement 08.29.13; SNAP Letter to Bishop Murry 08.29.13
HammondRobert W.1967PAccusedDiocesan2/03 suit claims man was sexually abused by Hammond, director of the Catholic youth summer program at his church, in 1979. Same man and and 3 others also allege that they were abused by another priest, Albert Cason. Per 2002 Catholic Directory, Hammond was "unassigned." Bishop placed Hammond under restrictions pending investigation. Resigned from his last post in 2000 for "personal reasons not related to any criminal activity." Prayer & Penance per Diocese 6/12 announcement.Rochester, NYSource:
Catholic Courier 6.7.12; Rochester Homepage 6.7.12; SNAP Statement 6.7.12; Democrat and Chronicle 01.31.03
Hands
Michael R.1993PConvictedDiocesanArrested 5/01 and charged with sexual abuse of a 13-yr-old boy over a year and a half period. Another allegation surfaced involving a 22-yr-old man abused about 10 yrs previously. Pled guilty in 2002-03 on two separate charges. Sentenced 2003 to 2 yrs jail and to 6 mo jail and 5 yrs probation. Released 4/04; requested laicization. Identified as Priest W in Suffolk Co. Grand Jury report of 1/03. On NY Sex Offender Registry. Arrested in 7/17 related to report of abuse 7/24/17 of a teen boy in Charlton. Charges included sodomy, sex abuse and using a child in a sexual performance. Also accused of possession and distribution of child porn Had been living at Easton Mountain Retreat, a center "created by gay men as a gift to the world," per its website. Guilty plea 1/18.Rockville Centre, NYSource:
Newsday 03.08.02; Newsday 01.03.03; Newsday 01.03.03; Newsday 01.09.03; Newsday 01.14.03; Suffolk County Grand Jury Report 01.17.03; Newsday 02.05.03; NY Times 03.02.03; Newsday 03.04.03; Statement by Michael Hands 03.04.03; Newsday 03.12.03; Newsday 03.13.03; Newsday 05.01.04; Newsday 04.12.05; Newsday 09.05.17; Post-Star (Glen Falls NY) 09.05.17; Associated Press via 12 News WBNG 09.06.17; CBS 6 News WRGB 09.06.17; Post-Star 09.06.17; Times Union 09.06.17; Post Star 01.05.18; The Times-Union 01.05.18
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record and Other Info
HanleyBernard Brian1958PSuedDiocesanOrdained in Ireland and came to LA in 1958 to work. Returned to Ireland in 1965 and is still active priest. Allegations made in 2002 or 2003 by one woman alleging abuse when she was 4. Named in 2004 suit alleging he abused 2 victims in 1965. Church did not believe allegations. Personnelfile released 1/13.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 3; John Roe 4 vs. Does, Cause No. 1156450, Superior Court of California 08.27.04; New Times 03.28.13
Assignments:
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 4.20.06
Hanley
James T.1962PSettledDiocesanAdmitted in 10/4/03 deposition to abusing about 12 boys 1968-82; abuse included oral sex. Also stated that he had admitted the abuse to Bp. Rodimer in 9/85. Removed from ministry by Rodimer in 1986. Serrano case was settled by diocese in 1987 for $350Kwith a confidentiality agrmnt. Hanley admitted abusing Mark Serrano 1974-81 starting at age 9. Serrano went public 3/18/02. Request for laicization granted in 2003. Diocese settled with 21 accusers in 2005. Served 1 yr jail on weapons charge.Paterson, NJSource:
NY Times 03.17.02; Daily Record 04.21.02; HealingTogether 06.12.02; Rolling Stone 06.20.02; The Record 03.14.03; Hanley Sworn Statement 10.04.03; NY Times 10.14.03; Pat Serrano Statement 08.21.04; Daily Record 08.27.04; Newsday 02.10.05; Herald News 01.30.06; Transcript of WCBS-TV 01.30.06; Daily Record 02.04.06; Star Ledger 03.22.06; Daily Record 03.23.06; The Observer-Tribune 02.24.16
Assignments:
Star Ledger 4.21.07 (add'l article); Intelligencer Journal 4.27.07 (add'l article); Star-Ledger 6.1.07 (add'l article); Star-Ledger 10.25.07 (add'l article; Daily Record 10.28.07 (add'l article); Star-Ledger 12.14.07 (add'l article)
HanlonJames Bernard1981PAccusedDiocesanAccused of abuse of a 16 yr old boy in late 1982 or early 1983. Accuser rec'd $12.5K in 1997 settlement. Hanlon died 2/90 at age 38. He was HIV positive but death certificate says years of alcoholism contributed to his death. Diocese ordered to producepersonnel files. Allegations are that the diocese shielded Hanlon and other abusers. Personnel files produced 11.28.06. Named in new suit 4/07. Suit against Hanlon and Teczar settled 2/08. Another claim settled 3/09.Fort Worth, TXSource:
Documents from the Secret Archives of the Ft. Worth Diocese; Ft. Worth Star Telegram 06.11.05; Star Telegram 06.26.05; Star Telegram 08.10.05; Star Telegram 08.18.05; Star Telegram 02.16.06; WFAA and Dallas Morning News 02.21.06; Star Telegram (AP) 02.24.06; Star Telegram 11.28.06; Dallas Morning News 11.29.06; Star Telegram 11.29.06; Houston Chroncile (AP) 04.04.07; Star Telegram 04.04.07; Houston Chronicle (AP) 12.19.07; Ft. Worth Star Telegram 12.20.07
Assignments:
Fr. Worth Star Telegram 2.15.08 (add'l article); Dallas Morning News 3.4.09 (add'l article); DFW Catholic 3.19.09 (add'l article); Fort Worth Diocese 6.10.05; Diocese of Fort Worth List of Accused Priests accessed 1.12
Hanlon
John R.1955PConvictedDiocesanAccused of sexually abusing at least 10 boys during a 14 yr period. Convicted of raping one youth and sentenced to 3 concurrent life sentences as of 3/94. Also abused victim's brother. Would take boys to nude beaches to desensitize them. Civil suit filed by the 2 brothers settled in 1994 for undisclosed sum. Still shown as Senior Priest/Retired as of 3/05. Voluntary laicization announced 6/10/05. Still in prison 5/11.Boston, MASource:
Documents released by NH Atty General 3.3.03; Union Leader 3.4.03; Boston Globe 06.26.92; Boston Globe 10.31.92; Boston Globe 06.14.93; Boston Globe 09.22.93; Boston Globe 09.23.93; Boston Globe 09.24.93; Boston Globe 10.08.93; Boston Globe 03.12.94; Atlanta Journal & Constitution 04.26.94; USA Today 11.11.02; Boston Globe 07.24.03; Times-Picayune 07.24.03; Boston Globe 06.10.05
Assignments:
Patriot Ledger 10.20.08 (add'l article); Metrowest Daily News 8.26.11 (add'l article); National Catholic Register 8.25.11 (add'l article); Boston Archdiocesan Assignment Record
Hanney
James V BSettledCFC - Congregation of Christian BrothersListed by the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers as accused by at least two persons in claims settled in bankruptcy proceedings. Hanney was listed as a 'former' brother as of 6/11/14. The Christian Brothers did not provide assignment information; until we are able to establish assignments and location of the alleged abuse, we have placed Hanney in the Archdiocese of Chicago. The Christian Brothers state that the merits of most of the claims settled in the bankruptcy were not tested. The 1982 yearbook for All Hallows High School in the Bronx, NYC, shows Hanney was there as a science teacher.Chicago, ILSource:
Edmund Rice Christian Brothers List 06.11.14
HanrahanMichael F.1971PConvictedDiocesanResigned 1993. Pleaded guilty in 1994 to molesting a boy in 1983-1984 and served 3 yrs in prison. Avoided prosecution in cases involving boy's 2 older brothers. Civil suit filed by at least one man and Court ordered diocese to produce Hanrahan's secret archive file. Diocese settled and file never produced. Court ruled in 1998 that procedural error meant Hanrahan no longer had to register as sexual predator. Laicized early 1990s.Columbus, OHSource:
Columbus Dispatch 3.6.98; Columbus Dispatch 4.6.02; Columbus Dispatch 7.9.94; Columbus Dispatch 05.19.94; Columbus Dispatch 04.27.02; Dayton Daily News 05.12.02
HansenUnknown PAccusedDiocesanIn 1999 Archdiocese paid a $22,500 settlement to one claimant. No information provided on when abuse occurred, who the victim was, or the current status of Hansen.Portland, ORSource:
Table: The Oregonian 11.12.06
Hanser
David J.1958PSettledDiocesanPer 2002 article, 4 brothers came forward in 1988 to say that Hanser abused them approx. 30 years before. Hanser, who "retired" 4/02, had worked at Milwaukee hospital system since 1991. One of the men who reached $65K settlement with Archdiocese in 1990 also sued Hanser in 2002. Settled 2003. Accused of abusing perhaps a dozen victims between 1960s-1980s. Retired without privileges in 2002. Laicized in 2005 New suit filed 9/09 by 2. See Decision in Bankruptcy Court 2/17/12 re different case.Milwaukee, WISource:
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.21.02; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04.23.02; Milwaukee Catholic Journal 06.13.02; Milwaukee Catholic Herald 09.19.02; Archdiocese of Milwaukee List 07.09.04; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 07.10.04; Archdiocese of Milwaukee List updated 11.26.07; Archdiocese of Milwaukee List updated after 11.26.07; WTMJ 04.17.08; WTMJ 09.06.09; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 09.08.09; Living Lake Country 09.09.09; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 10.13.10; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 02.09.12; In Re Archdiocese of Milwaukee in The Leagle 02.17.12; WTMJ 07.01.13; Brookfield Patch 07.03.13; Waukesha Patch 07.03.13; Fox 6 07.04.13; The Republic 07.05.13; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 07.06.13; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 03.04.14; Noaker Law Firm 10.10.16
Assignments:
In re Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Cause No. 12-C-580, 10.29.12 at p. 13,; BA.org Assignment Record; Archdiocese of Milwaukee Assignment Record; Archdiocese of Milwaukee List of Clergy Offenders 3.3.12 (add'l article)
HaranMichael Joseph1945PSuedDiocesanAccused of abuse. Died 1973. One victim alleged abuse in 1948. 2003 civil suit alleges abuse of 1 from 1949-1957. Archdiocese released only one page from Haran's personnel file 1/13 when it released personal files from over 200 accused priests.Los Angeles, CASource:
LA Archdiocesan Report 2.17.04 page 2; Personnel File from Archdiocese of Los Angeles 01.31.13; MediaReport 04.11.13
Assignments:
LA Archdiocesan Report Addendum 11.15.05; LA Times Database 4.20.06
HarbertWilliam1962PAccusedDiocesanHarbert admitted abusing 14 yr old in 1982 and is also accused of abusing 3 siblings. He was chaplain at nursing home when charges surfaced. Resigned from public ministry in 1993 after admitting he abused another youth. Suit filed 2/04. Plaintiff claims Diocese knew of abuse in 1970s. Settled in 2005. Another suit filed 1/07. Harbert died in 2003.Peoria, ILSource:
Associated Press 4.4.05; Copely News Service 2.3.04; Pantagraph 2.4.04; Pantagraph 08.24.93; Pantagraph 08.30.93; Star-Ledger 06.13.02; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 12.11.04; Journal Star 04.20.05; WJBC 01.16.07; Northwest Herald 01.17.07; The Southern 01.18.07
HardinRoy T.1964PAccusedDiocesanMan alleged to Diocese in 1994 that Hardin abused him in 1976 after the teenager went to him for counseling. Diocese found allegations credible and permanently suspended Hardin. SOL stopped legal action. Hardin still receiving church-paid therapy as of 2005.Camden, NJSource:
Associated Press 09.19.02; Philadelphia Inquirer 10.16.05
Hargadon
James E.1955PConvictedDiocesanFour civil suits filed in 2002 by men accusing him of abuse when they were altar boys. Privileges were removed in 2002 after suits filed. Twice convicted of abuse in 2004. Received separate eight-yr sentences in two counties. Died 5/05 after one yr in prison. In 10/05 Vatican ordered him (already dead) to life of prayer & penance. One man who lived in Texas said he reported the abuse to Bishop Tschoepe of Dallas in about 1990. Apparently nothing done.Louisville, KYSource:
Courier-Journal 05.17.02; Courier-Journal 05.18.02; Courier-Journal 05.24.02; Courier-Journal 06.01.02; Courier-Journal 06.27.02; Courier Journal 09.29.02; Courier-Journal 09.29.02; Courier-Journal 10.11.02; Courier-Journal 10.20.02; Courier Journal 04.20.04; Courier-Journal 05.19.04; Courier-Journal 06.14.04; Courier-Journal 06.23.04; Courier-Journal 05.18.05; Courier-Journal 10.25.05; El Paso Times 07.28.13; WDRB News 09.27.17
Assignments:
SNAP Statement 5.23.13 (add'l article); Assignment Record Compiled by Law Firm
Hargreaves
Henry G.1947PAccusedJesuitNever sued. Name included in 11/07 settlement between Jesuits & 110 plaintiffs. In 2003 he was accused by a woman in her 60s of making improper advances. The bishop publicly apologized. Hargreaves was removed from parish & sent for evaluation. In 1/0943 plaintiffs in AK sued Order & Seattle Univ. Pres. the Rev. S. Sundborg alleging Sundborg knew about abuse by Hargreaves & others and did nothing. Two or more pending claims shown in bankru. reorg. docs for Fairbanks Diocese 1/25/10. Died 02/22/13.Fairbanks, AKSource:
Associated Press 05.20.03; Alaskan Shepherd June-July 2003, 07.31.03; Associated Press 08.06.03; Anchorage Daily News 11.20.07; Anchorage Daily News 01.14.09; James Doe 59 et al v Society of Jesus, Oregon Province et al, Alaska Superior Court, 4th Judicial District at Bethel, 01.14.09; KGW (AP) 01.14.09; KIRO 01.14.09; Seattle Times 01.14.09; The Spectator 01.14.09; Seattle Times 01.15.09; Good Jesuit, Bad Jesuit 11.12.09; Second Rape 11.17.09; Alakanuk - Saint Ignatius Catholic Church Web site 01.25.10; Emmonak - Sacred Heart Catholic Church Web Site 01.25.10; Excerpt from Bankruptcy Reorganization Documents for Fairbanks Diocese 01.25.10; Spokesman-Review 02.27.13
Assignments:
BA.org Assignment Record
Harkins
Thomas M.1971PSuedDiocesanNamed in 1994 RICO civil suit filed in Camden. Allegation of abuse of girl in 1979-80. Sent for therapy. 2nd allegation. Both settled for total of $195K. Church did not report allegation to police per state law. Sent for treatment on other occasions. Active until 2002 when permanently removed. Woman filed suit 5/16/12 alleging abuse on multiple occasions in 1980 and 1981 at St. Anthony of Padua in Hammonton. In 2012 held security post at Philadelphia Inter. Airport. Suit settled 6/27/14 under undisclosed terms.Camden, NJSource:
Philadelphia Inquirer 10.16.05; Courier Post 05.17.12; CBS Philly 05.24.12; SNAP Statement 05.25.12; New York Daily News 05.26.12; Philadelphia Inquirer 08.20.12; Philadelphia Inquirer 10.01.12; ABC News 10.02.12; Courier Post 07.05.13; Courthouse News Service 07.09.13; Courier-Post 07.14.13; South Jersey Times 07.19.13; Philadelphia Inquirer 07.29.13; Courier-Post 03.26.14; SNAP Statement 03.26.14; Courier-Post 06.27.14; Courier-Post 03.28.16
Harness
H. Robert1982PReinstatedDiocesanTemporarily removed by diocese 4/22/13 pending investigation by County Attorney and diocese of allegations that he had inappropriately touched a minor in approx. 1990 while at St. Mary's in Keota, Sts. Peter and Paul in Clear Creek and St. Elizabeth in Harper. He was pastor of Holy Family in Davenport when he was removed. Allegation was received approx. 4-5 days before he was removed. Reinstated by diocese 5/23/13 after investigator did not substantiate the allegation.Davenport, IASource:
CBS 4 04.22.13; Quad-City Times 04.22.13; Statement by Diocese of Davenport 04.22.13; WQAD 04.22.13
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