Originally published September 25, 2005
Edward V. Avery
Allegations: He abused a 12-year-old boy in the late 1970s.
Post: St. Philip Neri Church, Montgomery County.
Church response: After receiving a complaint about the abuse in 1992, the church made Avery a chaplain at Nazareth Hospital for a decade.
In 2003, a new archdiocesan review board, which considers allegations of abuse, found that the accusation made against Avery 11 years earlier was credible.
Status: Avery, now 63, was placed on administrative leave in 2003 pending his removal from the priesthood.
Michael C. Bolesta
Allegations: He abused 11 teenage boys, mostly 16 and 17, in 1990 and 1991.
Post: SS. Philip and James Church, Chester County.
Church response: After the church received a complaint in 1991, Bolesta was given a psychological evaluation in 1991 and reassigned to parishes in Philadelphia.
From 1992 to 1994, he was vicar at St. Agatha and St. James Church and a chaplain at Children's Hospital. He later was a hospital chaplain.
Status: Bolesta died at 62 last year.
Robert L. Brennan
Allegations: The report said he engaged in inappropriate or suspicious behavior with more than 20 boys from 1988 to 2004.
Posts: St. Ignatius, Bucks County; St. Mary, Montgomery County, Resurrection of Our Lord, Philadelphia.
Church response: He was given repeated psychological evaluations and transferred from one parish to another. He was advised by archdiocesan leaders to "keep a low profile" - but he was not barred from contact with young people. Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua testified before the grand jury that he considered Brennan's problems "innocuous-sounding boundary issues. "
Status: Brennan, now 67, was appointed a chaplain at Camilla Hall, a retirement home for nuns, last year.
Leonard W. Broughan
Allegations: Broughan, a member of the Carmelite order who worked in the Philadelphia Archdiocese, abused a male student at Roman Catholic High School in Philadelphia beginning in 1972.
Posts: Roman Catholic High School and residence at St. Philip Neri.
Church response: When the former student disclosed the abuse in 1993, the archdiocese directed the man to take his complaint to the Carmelite order. The grand jury report has no information on how the order handled the matter.
Status: Broughan died at 69 in 1998.
Craig R. Brugger
Allegations: He abused a 15-year-old boy in 1974 and received pornographic material in 1989.
Posts: St. Ann Church, Chester County (1974 case; principal of St. James Catholic High School for Boys in Chester (1989 case).
Church response: When the national scandal broke in 2002, the church placed him on leave.
Status: Brugger, now 58, was removed from active ministry in 2004. Removal from the priesthood is pending, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
James J. Brzyski
Allegations: He was described in the grand jury report as one of the archdiocese's "most brutal abusers - emotionally as well as physically. " His confirmed victim count was 17, and the grand jury said it could have been far higher. In one case, he is alleged to have repeatedly anally raped a 12-year-old boy after falsely convincing the boy that his mother approved the sex acts.
Posts: St. John the Evangelist, Bucks County; St. Cecilia, Philadelphia.
Church response: After a complaint was filed in 1984, Brzyski admitted to a church official that he was a child molester. He was removed from his duties, but parishioners were told nothing. As a result, he kept visiting the family of one accuser, who says the abuse continued for four more years.
A priest who knew of the abuse told The Inquirer that he was instructed not to tell anyone. "This comes from the highest authority. You're to keep your mouth shut," he was told.
Brzyski left active ministry and took a teaching job in Metuchen, N.J. Later, he moved to Chesapeake, Va., where he remained a priest with restrictions on his ministry. He was arrested in Virginia in 2002 on charges of molesting a teenager, but the charge was dismissed.
Status: He was defrocked this year.
John A. Cannon
Allegations: He abused eight male teenagers in the 1950s and 1960s.
Posts: Roman Catholic High School and residence at St. Monica, Philadelphia.
Church response: He was ordered in 1964 to "desist" and transferred to St. Eugene, in Delaware County as an assistant pastor. He taught for two decades at Cardinal O'Hara High School, Delaware County. The church barred him from priestly duties in 2004.
Status: Cannon, now 83, agreed last year to accept church supervision.
Pasquale R. Catullo
Allegations: He abused a female student on a date not specified in the report.
Posts: Archbishop Kennedy High School and his residence at SS. Cosmas and Damian, both in Montgomery County.
Church response: Notified of the abuse in 1969, the church took no action for 15 years.
Status: Catullo, now 75, also agreed last year to church supervision.
Gerard W. Chambers
Allegations: He molested six altar boys in the 1950s, and anally and orally raped at least one victim. The jury said he was suspected of widespread sexual abuse in a 29-year career of active priesthood. One victim attempted suicide and was institutionalized at a state mental hospital.
Posts: Four victims described sexual abuse by Chambers at St. Gregory in West Philadelphia and Seven Dolors in Montgomery County.
Church response: The archdiocese repeatedly reassigned Chambers to parishes where he had access to children, making him, at one point, chaplain to an orphanage for boys. He repeatedly was placed on health leave between reassignments. In 1963, he was placed on permanent health leave.
Status: Chambers died in 1974 at 67.
Richard J. Cochrane
Allegations: He sexually assaulted a 14-year-old male student in 1991.
Post: Malvern Preparatory School, Chester County.
Church response: He was arrested in 1999 and charged with sexual assault after the victim filed a criminal complaint.
Status: Cochrane, now 60, was sentenced in 2003 to 1 1/2 to four years in prison.
John P. Connor
Allegations: He was arrested in 1984 on charges of molesting a 14-year-old male student while on a weekend trip to Cape May. Connor, who admitted the attack, was permitted to undergo treatment at a church-affiliated institution in Toronto.
Post: Theology teacher at Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, Camden County.
Church response: After Connor's arrest, Bevilacqua accepted his transfer to Pittsburgh, when Bevilacqua headed that diocese, and then to Philadelphia. This was done, the jury said, under a policy of "bishops helping bishops. "
Bevilacqua told the pastor supervising Connor in Philadelphia that he had transferred there to be near his sick mother - saying nothing about his sex abuse. At the parish, Connor showered attention and gifts on one boy, the grand jury said.
The jury also said that Bevilacqua's testimony about his knowledge of Connor's sex abuse was "untruthful. "
Status: Connor, now 73, retired in 2002.
James J. Coonan
Allegations: He was involved with a 14-year-old male and a 15-year-old male in 1966 or 1967.
Post: Queen of the Universe, Bucks County.
Church response: After the complaint was made in 2002, the church limited Coonan's duties to saying private Masses and further restricted him in 2004.
Status: Coonan, now 68, retired in 2002 and agreed last year to live under church supervision.
Nicholas V. Cudemo
Allegations: A church official called him "one of the sickest people I ever knew. " He had a pattern of molesting and sexually assaulting grade-school and teenage girls in parishes and Catholic schools in the archdiocese from 1964 to 1985.
The grand jury said Cudemo raped an 11-year-old and later helped her get an abortion; molested a fifth grader in the confessional; invoked God to seduce and shame his victims; and maintained sexually abusive relationships with several girls simultaneously.
Posts: St. Stanislaus and Archbishop Kennedy High School in Montgomery County; Cardinal Dougherty High School and St. John Neumann High School in Philadelphia; and residences at SS. Cosmas and Damian and St. Titus, Montgomery County, and St. Helena, Center Square.
Church response: The diocese transferred him from residence to residence, parish to parish, and school to school. Cudemo refused to undergo inpatient hospitalization.
After the national scandal erupted, his duties as a priest were curtailed.
Status: Cudemo, now 69, was defrocked this year.
John J. Delli Carpini
Allegations: He molested a 13-year-old boy from the time the victim was an eighth grader in 1977 until 1983.
Posts: St. Luke the Evangelist, Montgomery County; St. John the Evangelist, Philadelphia; Roman Catholic High School, Philadelphia; and residence at St. Monica, Philadelphia.
Church response: He was placed on six-month leave in 1998. Therapists diagnosed him as having "a sexual disorder. " He was reassigned as a chaplain to a home for retired nuns and then placed on administrative leave in 2002. He was removed from ministry in 2004.
Status: Delli Carpini, now 56, was defrocked this month.
Edward M. DePaoli
Allegations: While a teacher of morals and ethics at an archdiocese high school in 1985, he was arrested on child pornography charges when porn worth $15,000 was found in his room at Holy Martyrs rectory in Montgomery County. He was convicted in 1986 and sentenced to one year on probation. On three later occasions, child pornography and "inappropriate magazines" were found in his possession.
Posts: Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Bucks County; Bishop McDevitt High School, Montgomery County; St. John the Baptist, Philadelphia; and St. Gabriel Rectory, Montgomery County.
Church response: After the conviction, Bevilacqua advised in the memo that "for the present time, it might to more advisable for [Father DePaoli] to return to the active ministry in another diocese. "
This would "put a sufficient period between the publicity and the reinstatement in the active ministry of the archdiocese," Bevilacqua wrote.
The report said a New Jersey diocese then took in DePaoli, just as Bevilacqua had accepted Connor after his conviction.
After his stay in New Jersey, DePaoli returned to a Philadelphia parish. A nun then complained that his behavior there made her worry about the safety of children. She was fired from her position, the jury said.
Status: DePaoli, now 60, was defrocked this year.
Michael J. Donofrio
Allegations: He abused a male teenage parish worker in 1982 and 1983, the report said. In a separate filing with the grand jury, Donofrio said there was "absolutely no truth" to the allegation.
Post: St. Thomas Aquinas, Philadelphia.
Church response: The archdiocese sought in 2003 to have him relieved of his duties.
Status: Despite archdiocese efforts, Donofrio, now 55, is working as a missionary in Peru.
William J. Dougherty
Allegations: He abused a female high school student at a time and place not specified in the report.
Church response: Restrictions were imposed on his ministry in 2004.
Status: Dougherty, now 62, requested the permission of the Vatican last year to leave the priesthood.
Philip J. Dowling
Allegations: He abused two sisters, 10 and 11, in the 1960s, the grand jury said.
Posts: Corpus Christi, Philadelphia; and St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Montgomery County.
Church response: The church barred Dowling from ministry this year after The Inquirer published an article in which he admitted abusing one of the sisters.
Status: Dowling, now 76, is retired and living under church supervision according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Peter J. Dunne
Allegations: He sexually abused a 14-year-old male beginning in 1958 and at least three others over an unspecified period. He was diagnosed as an "untreatable pedophile. "
Posts: Cardinal Dougherty High School, Philadelphia; residence, St. Bartholomew, Philadelphia. He was assistant director of the archdiocese scouting program.
Church response: The church permitted him to remain an active priest for seven years after receiving information in 1986 about his sexual abuse of an altar boy.
Status: Dunne, now 79, retired in 1995 to Kintnersville, Pa., where, according to the grand jury, he "was known to take boys for sleepovers" at his rural cabin. He agreed last year to live under church supervision.
Thomas J. Durkin
Allegations: He molested eight boys, most between 11 and 14, from 1964 to 1966.
Posts: St. Charles Borromeo, Bucks County; Holy Savior, Linwood; and Holy Spirit, Delaware County.
Church response: The diocese transferred him from parish to parish. Durkin left active ministry in 1968.
Status: Durkin, now 67, was defrocked this year.
James M. Dux
Allegations: He abused at least 13 boys and girls from the 1960s to the 1980s. Among other acts, he is accused of molesting a 9-year-old boy while a summer guest at the boy's family home in Michigan.
Posts: St. Anthony of Padua, Montgomery County; St. John the Baptist, Philadelphia; St. Philip Neri and St. Eugene, Delaware County.
Church response: The church, after transferring him among parishes, directed him in 1995 to have no contact with children.
Status: Dux, now 82, retired in 1994. He agreed last year to live under church supervision.
Leonard A. Furmanski
Allegations: Furmanski abused children throughout his 44 years as a teacher, principal and pastor.
Among other offenses, he molested a Catholic high school student in Delaware County after the student came to him for help after being raped by another teacher there. He lay on top of a 12-year-old girl, rubbing his penis against her on the pretense of sex education. He arranged for sexual encounters between this girl and an altar boy, asking about their sex later.
Posts: Cardinal O'Hara High School in Delaware County; St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Bucks County; Sacred Heart, Bridgeport.
Church response: In part by providing therapists with inadequate information about Furmanski's conduct, the archdiocese twice cleared the priest of being an abuser, the grand jury said. It also bullied one victim, accusing him of seeking money and telling his wife she might lose her job if her husband persisted with his complaint.
In 2003, in a new round of interrogation by church officials, Furmanski admitted to "fondling boys" and was removed from any church assignments.
Status: Furmanski, now 73, lives under supervision at a church retirement home in Darby.
Francis J. Gallagher
Allegations: Gallagher was arrested in 1989 on charges of soliciting sex in Sea Isle City, N.J., from two young men, age 18 and 20. Shortly after the arrest, he admitted to church officials that he had abused two teenage brothers at an unspecified time and place.
Post: Cardinal Dougherty High School, Philadelphia, at time of arrest.
Church response: After Gallagher received therapy, he was assigned to Immaculate Conception Church in Jenkintown. He worked there for nine years, with no restrictions on access to children, then at another parish with a school.
Status: After the national clergy scandal broke in 2002, the church fired Gallagher as a priest, but told him his education degree might help him find a new job. Gallagher, now 60, became a teacher of students at colleges left unidentified in the grand jury report. Removal from the priesthood is pending, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Joseph P. Gallagher
Allegations: While assigned to the large St. Monica's parish in South Philadelphia, he abused a 12-year-old boy at an unspecified location.
Post: St. Monica's, Philadelphia.
Church response: After the church received the complaint about the boy in 1974, Gallagher underwent therapy, then was sent to a new parish.
Status: In 2002, he was put on leave. Gallagher, now 58, was barred last year from any priestly service, but was left in a church facility to live under supervision.
Stanley M. Gana
Allegations: Gana sexually abused "countless" boys, the grand jury report said, some for years.
Posts: Our Lady of Calvary and Ascension parishes, Philadelphia.
Church response: When a seminarian came forward in 1991 to say Gana had abused him, the report says, the archdiocese launched an investigation of the seminarian, kicking him out.
Mgsr. William J. Lynn, the chief investigator of abuse, told the seminarian that Gana had not only abused children, but slept with women, stolen church money and abused alcohol. "You see," Lynn was quoted as saying, "he's not a pure pedophile. "
Status: Gana, now 63, was removed from ministry in 2002, after the scandal broke. He is now living under church supervision in Philadelphia, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Joseph P. Gausch
Allegations: Gausch abused young boys - continuing to do so even after victims had come forward. The abuse included fondling, masturbation, oral sex and attempted anal rape. He told one victim no one would believe him because he was black.
Posts: St Joseph, Carbon County; Our Lady of Peace, Delaware County; Queen of the Universe, Bucks County; Good Shepherd, Philadelphia; St. Stanislaus, Montgomery County; and St. Bridget, Philadelphia.
Church response: In 1974, after Gausch admitted he was a molester, the church's chancellor wrote: "because of the possible future scandal, we will transfer him in the near future. "
Status: Gausch died in 1999 at 83.
Francis A. Giliberti
Allegations: In the 1970s, Giliberti was said by students to run a so-called anti-masturbation "boot camp" and would walk in on students while they were masturbating.
One victim was so traumatized by sexual acts with Giliberti that he later set his penis on fire with lighter fluid.
Posts: He taught at Cardinal O'Hara High School and lived at Nativity B.V.M., both in Delaware County.
Church response: After two victims came forward in 2002, the church obtained a psychological evaluation that found Giliberti no threat. Two years later, a third victim surfaced. That year, the church deemed charges against him credible and removed him from ministry.
Status: Giliberti, now 68, is living under church supervision.
John E. Gillespie
Allegations: In 1994, two brothers alleged abuse by Gillespie. In 1997, the mother of another boy complained that Gillespie had asked in the confessional, "Do you touch yourself? Did you ever sexually hurt yourself? " The church said the seal of the confessional barred any investigation. After another complaint, in 2000, Gillespie admitted being a molester.
Posts: Immaculate Conception, Bucks County; Our Lady of Calvary, Philadelphia; Mother of Divine Providence, Montgomery County.
Church response: Therapists warned the church in 2000 that Gillespie wanted to apologize to victims, warning: "If he pursues making amends, he could bring forth more difficulty for himself and legal jeopardy. "
Status: After his admission, Gillespie was ordered to resign as pastor of Our Lady of Calvary, but was named emeritus pastor. In 2004, Gillespie, now 77, was ordered to be in a supervised church facility.
Thomas J. Grumm
Allegations: Grumm abused a 15-year-old boy in about 1976 and another teenage boy in the late 1980s.
Post: Cardinal Dougherty High School, Philadelphia.
Church response: After complaints were made in 2001, Grumm was told to retire.
Status: Grumm, now 56, was barred from priestly service in 2004 and told to live under church supervision.
James T. Henry
Allegations: Henry is accused of engaging in inappropriate behavior with a 15-year-old female Cardinal O'Hara High School student while at the church rectory.
Post: Holy Cross, Delaware County
Church response: In 1987, Henry was transferred to Our Lady of Lourdes in Philadelphia and underwent psychological treatment before returning to service, taking positions at six other parishes over the next decade. Seventeen years after the archdiocese was notified of the allegation against him, it labeled the charge "credible. " He was then dismissed from Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Bucks County.
Status: Henry, now 67, has agreed to live under church supervision at the church's retirement home in Darby.
Robert J. Hermley
Allegations: In 1982 while at Padua Academy in Delaware, Hermley was arrested while looking at pornography with a 13-year-old boy and a 14-year-old boy in a parked car. He received three years' probation.
Posts: Padua Academy, Wilmington, Del.; Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Seaside Heights, N.J.; Father Judge High School for Boys, Philadelphia
Church response: After his arrest, Hermley was released to the custody of the Provincial of the Oblates and evaluated by doctors at Johns Hopkins University, who determined that he did not need help.
The grand jury report also said he abused a 13-year-old boy while teaching at Father Judge.
Status: Hermley lives at an order facility in Maryland.
James M. Iannarella
Allegations: Iannarella abused a 17-year-old girl in 1999.
Post: St. Joseph, Delaware County.
Church response: After the diocese received a complaint, Iannarella underwent treatment at a church mental hospital and was then placed on leave.
Status: Iannarella, now 37, left active ministry in 2003. Removal from the priesthood is pending, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Richard G. Jones
Allegations: The grand jury said he abused two teenage boys. In a lawsuit, Jones was accused of coercing a teenager into moving in with him at a church-owned building on the grounds of SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Delaware County. The teenager lived with Jones for three years and was frequently assaulted, according to the suit, which said Jones would introduce the teenager as "my adopted son. "
Post: Cardinal O'Hara High School, Delaware County.
Church response: After an accusation was leveled against him, Jones was sent to a church mental hospital. Next, he went on leave for two years and then dropped out of ministry, moving to Florida.
In 2003, Bevilacqua wrote to church officials in St. Petersburg, Fla., telling them that Jones was residing there and he had been barred from priestly service.
Status: Jones, now 73, was defrocked this year.
William T. Joseph
Allegations: Joseph abused a fifth-grade boy in the late 1970s.
Post: St. Martha, Philadelphia.
Church response: After the church received a complaint about the abuse of the fifth grader, Joseph underwent a psychological evaluation at a church mental hospital.
He then resigned as pastor of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Bucks County and retired.
Status: In 2004, the archdiocese barred Joseph, now 67, from priestly duties. He agreed to live under church supervision.
Thomas M. Kohler
Allegations: Kohler was arrested in New Jersey and charged with child obscenity in 1994, the same year authorities said he joined a former priest in a pornographic photo session with a boy in Cape May County. In another allegation, a man said in a lawsuit that Kohler had abused him between 1973 and 1977 when he was an altar boy. The suit has been dismissed because of the statute of limitations.
Posts: Our Lady of Good Counsel and St. Charles Borromeo, both in Bucks County.
Church response: Kohler was told after his arrest that he could offer only private Masses.
Status: Kohler, now 64, was defrocked this year.
Matthew J. Kornacki
Allegations: In 2003, federal agents found 150 pornographic images on his personal laptop computer, seized by Secret Service agents during a search at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.
Post: The seminary.
Church response: Kornacki was admitted to a church mental hospital for treatment and placed on leave.
Status: Kornacki, now 57, was removed from ministry in 2003. He pleaded guilty in federal court to possession of child pornography and was sentenced to 30 months in prison.
Albert T. Kostelnick
Allegations: Kostelnick reportedly abused at least 18 girls, one as young as 6, over 34 years. His count of victims is the highest among all 63 priests named by the grand jury.
In one case, Kostelnick abused three sisters for approximately two years. Kostelnick would fondle them as the girls sat next to him watching a slide show in their parents' home. He molested the oldest daughter while she was in traction at Chestnut Hill Hospital following a car accident in 1971. She had to use the call button to summon a nurse in order to stop the abuse, the grand jury said.
Posts: St. Mark, Bucks County; Cardinal Dougherty High School, Philadelphia; St. John of Cross, Montgomery County.
Church response: Police in Bucks County got a report on him in 1976. "Cardinal Bevilacqua learned of additional complaints in 1988 and 1992, yet he allowed the priest to continue as pastor of Saint Mark parish in Bristol," the report said.
The 1988 warning included an eyewitness account from Kostelnick's assistant pastor. It cited even earlier warnings.
In 1997, Bevilacqua named Kostelnick pastor emeritus at St. Mark and honored him with other priests with a luncheon at the cardinal's residence.
The grand jury said that Kostelnick had told the church's new review board that he had abused more victims after 1992. However, the church said in a rebuttal statement that there no victims after that point.
Status: In 2004, Kostelnick, now 78, retired and agreed to live under church supervision.
Raymond O. Leneweaver
Allegations: Leneweaver abused 14 boys, including the pulling of one altar boy from his eighth-grade classroom at St. Monica's in South Philadelphia at least five times so that he could rub against him and ejaculate. One boy who tried to tell his parents that Leneweaver was molesting his brother, was beaten unconscious by his father, who said, "Priests don't do that. " Leneweaver later brutally raped the boy's brother.
Posts: Roman Catholic High School, Philadelphia; Cardinal O'Hara High School, Delaware County; Our Lady Help of Christians, Philadelphia; St. Monica, South Philadelphia; St. Agnes, Chester County; Sacred Heart, Delaware County.
Church response: It responded to allegations by transferring Leneweaver and allowing him to continue teaching. Four months after Leneweaver provided the church with names of three boys he was abusing at St. Monica's, Cardinal John Krol assigned Leneweaver to Saint Agnes parish in West Chester, the jury said. Krol did not notify the parents of Leneweaver's victims, it said.
Status: Leneweaver, now 71, of Villanova, left the church on his own accord in 1981. He taught Latin in several public schools, most recently at Radnor Middle School in the 2003-2004 school year. He was defrocked this year.
Nilo C. Martins
Ordained: Date unavailable
Allegations: A visiting priest from Brazil, Martins was serving as an assistant pastor at an Olney parish when he raped a 12-year-old altar boy in his rectory bedroom in 1985.
The boy told his parents, and the rape was reported to police. His arrest was a rare event; the diocese had a policy of not reporting abuse complaints to police, the grand jury said.
Martins pleaded guilty to sexual assault and was sentenced to prison. He was paroled after only five weeks and deported to Brazil.
Post: Incarnation of Our Lord, Philadelphia.
Church response: Church officials in Brazil said they had no knowledge of Martins' conviction when interviewed by The Inquirer in 2002. Upon his return to Brazil, Martins remained in active ministry in a diocese north of Rio de Janeiro.
Status: Unknown since 2002 when he was 65, blind, and hospitalized in Sao Paulo.
Michael J. McCarthy
Allegations: He took a student to a house in Margate, where he gave him alcohol, forced him to sleep naked, and masturbated him, the report said.
Posts: Cardinal O'Hara High School, Delaware County; St. Bernadette, Delaware County; St. Francis of Assisi, Delaware County.
Church response: Bevilacqua made McCarthy administrator of Saint Kevin parish in Delaware County after the initial accusation, and pastor of Epiphany of Our Lord in Norristown after the second.
Seven years after a first complaint, Bevilacqua asked McCarthy to resign, citing the discovery of homosexual pornography in McCarthy's bedroom.
The request was made a month after a large financial donor and travel agent complained that McCarthy, in booking parish travel, was cutting into the donor's business, the grand jury said.
Status: He was placed on administrative leave in 1993. Removal from the priesthood is pending.
Ordained: Date unavailable
Allegations: He abused minors in the Diocese of Wilmington and was treated for pedophilia.
Post: Holy Angels Church, Philadelphia.
Church response: Bevilacqua allowed McGovern to live at a Philadelphia parish while studying at Temple University on the condition that McGovern continue receiving treatment. In 1990, he was told to find his own residence after church officials found out that, against their rules, he had been saying Mass at the parish for the previous three years.
Status: The report provides no information on his current status.
James E. McGuire
Allegations: He was accused of sexual misconduct with boys age 11, 14 and 15, beginning in 1966, when McGuire was a seminarian.
Posts: St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Montgomery County; Bishop Kenrick High School, Montgomery County; Epiphany of Our Lord, Montgomery County; St. Dorothy, Delaware County; St. Alphonsus, Delaware County; Neumann Center at Temple University, Montgomery County.
Church response: When the accusations came to light in 1985, McGuire was principal of St. Pius X High School in Montgomery County. He was sent for outpatient treatment and allowed to remain principal. In 2002, he was removed as pastor of St. Ephrem parish in Bucks County and put on administrative leave.
Status: McGuire requested retirement in 2004. Removal from the priesthood is pending, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Joseph M. McKenzie
Allegations: McKenzie was on health leave at a retreat house when first accused of abusing a boy in 1971. Three more accusations followed.
Posts: St. Jerome, Philadelphia; St. Patrick, Malvern; St. Ignatius of Loyola, Philadelphia.
Church response: McKenzie was told to seek counseling and refrain from meeting with boys after the first accusation. A year later, he was assigned to a Philadelphia parish, where he abused a 16-year-old boy. He was put on health leave for five years and upon his release was made pastor of a Malvern parish, where he continued the abuse. In 1981, he was made chaplain at St. Francis Country House in Darby.
Status: McKenzie died in 1989 at age 65.
Richard J. McLoughlin
Allegations: McLoughlin, who directed a church youth retreat in Bucks County and was principal of Roman Catholic High School in Philadelphia, molested two children.
McLoughlin abused an altar boy while he was still a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo. McLoughlin also molested a 15-year-old girl who was a Catholic Youth Organization member at the retreat, Camp Neumann.
Posts: Roman Catholic High; Camp Neumann, Bucks County; Bishop Kenrick High School, Montgomery County; St. Bede the Venerable, Bucks County; Notre Dame High School for Girls, Delaware County; Camilla Hall retirement home, Chester County.
Church response: In 1990 - the year the archdiocese was notified of the abuse - McLoughlin left his position as principal of Roman Catholic and underwent a psychological evaluation. The archdiocese assigned McLoughlin to an assistant pastor position at St. Bede the Venerable parish in Bucks County.
After being notified in 1991 of the second case of abuse, the archdiocese questioned McLoughlin, but took no other immediate action.
In 2004, McLoughlin was placed on administrative leave, and his name was removed from the Catholic Directory. The archdiocese has referred the case to the Vatican to consider defrocking McLoughlin.
Status: McLoughlin, now 61, agreed to live under church supervision.
Joseph R. Monahan
Allegations: Monahan sexually abused an eighth-grade boy while he was an assistant pastor at Presentation Blessed Virgin Mary parish in Montgomery County.
Posts: Presentation B.V.M; Mother of Divine Providence, Montgomery County; St. Alphonsus, Montgomery County; St. Philip Neri, Montgomery County; and Archbishop Carroll High School, Delaware County. In 1980, he became a priest of the St. Louis Archdiocese.
Church response: The Archdiocese of Philadelphia was notified of the alleged abuse in 2002. By then, Monahan did not report to that diocese.
On Wednesday, St. Louis church officials announced that Monahan has been put on administrative leave while it investigates the allegations made in Philadelphia.
Status: Monahan, now 68, "has recently been in fragile health," the St. Louis Archdiocese said.
John H. Mulholland
Allegations: Mulholland was portrayed in the grand jury report as having sadomasochistic interests. In a 1968 letter illustrated with chains and ropes, Mulholland begged a boy to be his slave and promised to wipe the boy's buttocks with his tongue. The letter suggested Mulholland had participated in sadomasochistic rituals with other boys. Another report to the church said he was seen on a camping trip in which a boy was "strung up" and pierced with a sharp instrument. He was said to have private Masses with "special" boys.
Posts: St. Joseph, Bucks County; St. Anastasia, Delaware County.
Church response: It allowed Mulholland to remain in active ministry. Krol reassigned him to an unsuspecting parish after the first case and allowed him to stay at a Delaware County parish for five years amid several accusations.
Status: Despite his history, the new review board in 2004 found that his actions did not run afoul of church rules. Cardinal Justin Rigali said Wednesday that the conduct was "not sexual abuse. " The church also said Mulholland, although still a priest, was barred from contact with children. In 2002, Bevilacqua named Mulholland chaplain of Immaculate Mary Nursing Home in Northeast Philadelphia.
John J. Murray
Allegations: He abused two girls who worked at St. Patrick's rectory, where Murray was pastor, in 1991.
Posts: St. Patrick, Delaware County.
Church response: It restricted Murray's duties in 1992 to saying private Mass at a residence for priests in Bucks County.
Status: Murray, now 83, retired in 1993, was removed from active ministry last year and accepted a life of church supervision, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Henry J. Nawn
Allegations: The investigation found there were five male victims of Nawn's - four of them Cardinal Dougherty students, and the other a 13-year old altar boy at St. Edmond. One student, now 58, told The Inquirer that Nawn assaulted him on an overnight trip to New York city when he was 14. Also, in a lawsuit, a Philadelphia man said Nawn molested him in 1962 - after he went to Nawn to report abuse by another priest.
Posts: Cardinal Dougherty High School; St. Edward the Confessor; St. Edmond, St. Peter the Apostle, all in Philadelphia.
Church response: A church official told one victim in 2002 that he knew of no other abuse allegations involving Nawn, even though another victim had come to the church five years before.
Status: Nawn died in 1996.
Francis P. Rogers
Allegations: Rogers raped or abused at least seven boys - at least three of whom might not have been abused if the archdiocese had acted decisively when first hearing about Rogers' "familiarity" with boys, the report said.
One former altar boy, who recounted Rogers' wooing him with Broadway shows and fancy dinners, said he woke up intoxicated in the priest's bed to discover Rogers performing oral sex on him while three other priests watched and masturbated.
In an interview with The Inquirer, Rogers admitted that he had abused one boy. "It may have happened but it was not as prolonged as he says it was," Rogers said. The boy said the attacks started when he was 9. "Naturally, he was young and I was older, so I should have known better," Rogers said.
Post: St. Francis of Assisi, Montgomery County; St. Barnabas, St. Carthage, St. Joachim and St. Ambrose in Philadelphia.
Church response: After one early abuse report, Cardinal Krol simply warned Rogers and suggested he go on a two-week vacation, part of a "shameful half-century of transfers, excuses and finger-wagging threats" that did nothing to stop him from finding new victims, the grand jury said. He was allowed to retire in 1995.
Status: Rogers died this year at 85.
Joseph F. Sabadish
Allegations: He abused a 7-year-old girl at a Catholic grade school in the early 1960s, as well as her 10-year-old brother.
Posts: St. Michael the Archangel and St. Mark, both in Bucks County; St. William, Philadelphia.
Church response: The archdiocese first received complaints about Sabadish this year, six years after his death.
Status: He died in 1999 at 81.
Martin J. Satchell
Allegations: Shortly after he was ordained, Satchell assaulted a 17-year-old boy whom he befriended at a church picnic, the jury said.
Post: St. Raymond of Penafort, Philadelphia.
Church response: Satchell was placed on administrative leave in 1993 after the abuse was reported. He was sent for a psychological evaluation at a church mental hospital.
Status: After abandoning serving as a priest, Satchell taught at three private suburban high schools. The schools have said they had no idea that he had a history of being a molester. Satchell, now 38, was defrocked in 2004.
John P. Schmeer
Allegations: Schmeer abused 16 or 17 boys while a teacher and guidance counselor in the archdiocese school system for 25 years.
Post: Roman Catholic High School in Philadelphia.
Church response: In a lawsuit, Schmeer was accused of repeated sexual abuse of a 14-year-old boy starting in 1968. After the suit was was filed, the archdiocese investigated the priest's accuser, including looking at private financial records.
Then, in 2004, the archdiocese told Schmeer that it found the allegations of abuse credible and imposed restrictions on his ministry.
Status: Schmeer, 70, agreed to live under church supervision.
Thomas F. Shea
Allegations: In the 1970s as an assistant pastor at two area parishes, he abused several boys, including a fifth-grade altar boy. After a suit was filed in 1994, Shea admitted to church investigators that he had "genital contact" with two boys.
Posts: St. Helena Parish in Philadelphia; and St. Joseph Parish in Delaware County.
Church response: After the lawyer of one of Shea's victims informed the archdiocese of the sexual abuse allegations, the priest was sent to a church mental hospital. Shea was placed on health leave in 1994 and retired the following year.
Status: Last year, Shea, 68, agreed to live under church supervision.
David C. Sicoli
Allegations: In 2004, church investigators found "multiple substantiated allegations" of sexual abuse of at least 11 adolescent boys in several parishes between 1977 and 2002.
In 2002, parish staff complained that Sicoli kept boys living with him at the rectory of a South Philadelphia church. In the 1980s, four boys complained that Sicoli had engaged in "oral sex and mutual masturbation" with them at a parish in Levittown.
Posts: St. Martin of Tours, Philadelphia; Immaculate Conception, Levittown; Our Lady of Hope, Philadelphia; Holy Spirit, Philadelphia.
Church response: Despite warnings from other priests and complaints from victims, "archdiocese officials did nothing to intervene," the grand jury report said.
Even after staff complaints about boys living with him in the rectory, there was no investigation until the grand jury raised questions about the priest. In 2004, Sicoli resigned as a pastor, and the archdiocese imposed further restrictions on his ministry.
Status: Sicoli, 63, lives in Camden. His removal from the priesthood is pending, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Charles J. Siegele
Allegations: Siegele faced multiple accusations of sexual abuse of boys dating to shortly after his ordination.
In 1967, while a teacher at Cardinal Dougherty High School, he abused a 14-year-old boy and a third-grade boy.
In 1992, a man complained to the archdiocese that Siegele had abused him while he was in his mid-teens, the victim said in an interview with The Inquirer. The church agreed to pay the man $2,000 a month and reimburse him for therapy. In all, the church paid him more than $178,000.
Last year, another man alleged that Siegele had molested him in the early 1960s.
Posts: St. Joseph, Jim Thorpe; Cardinal Dougherty High School, Philadelphia.
Church response: Siegele was put on a health leave at a church mental hospital. After the archdiocese was notified of a 1967 case involving a 14-year-old Cardinal Dougherty student, Siegele was interviewed but remained at St. Barnabas parish.
Status: Siegele died in 1989 at 60.
Thomas J. Smith
Allegations: The grand jury found that Smith engaged in "depraved and sadistic" acts with boys in parish Passion plays. Smith took at least three of the boys playing Jesus into a private room and required them to undress. He encouraged other boys to whip the boy playing Jesus until some were cut and bruised, the jury said.
The abuse "occurred at multiple parish assignments with a number of different boys over a number of years," the jury said.
Posts: Annunciation B.V.M., Havertown; Immaculate Heart of Mary, Philadelphia.
Church response: The grand jury said that after Bevilacqua learned of the accusations against Smith in 2002, Smith was left in his parish.
Two years later, after additional reports of abuse surfaced, the archdiocese removed Smith from active ministry.
Status: Smith is 57. His current residence was not disclosed. His removal from the priesthood is pending.
Louis M. Steingraber
Allegations: In 1983, the archdiocese was notified that Steingraber has abused two eighth-grade boys while he was an assistant pastor at a parish in Chester. In 2003, the archdiocese was notified of a case involving a 16-year-old youth dating to the late 1970s or early 1980s.
Posts: St. Robert, Chester; St. Gabriel, Philadelphia.
Church response: Steingraber was placed on health leave and sent to a church mental hospital after the 1983 abuse reports. Steingraber, who is now 59, left active ministry in 1984.
Status: He died in 1987, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Michael W. Swierzy
Allegations: In 1997, Swierzy admitted that he gave beer to a fifth-grade altar boy, took him to bed, and kissed him.
Then, photographs of boys in underwear were found in the priest's quarters at St. John Vianney Hospital, a church mental hospital, where he was being evaluated after the 1997 case.
Swierzy pleaded guilty to one count of corruption of a minor and was sentenced to five years' probation.
Posts: St. John the Evangelist, Morrisville; Cardinal Dougherty High School, Philadelphia.
Church response: Swierzy left active ministry in 2004.
Status: Swierzy was defrocked this year, shortly before his death at 57.
Carmen F. Taraborelli
Allegations: He abused a fifth-grade altar boy in the 1980s.
Post: St. Ephrem, Bucks County.
Church response: Taraborelli was put on leave in 1999, shortly after the abuse allegation was made, and sent to a church-run mental hospital for evaluation. In 2004, the church removed him from ministry.
Status: Taraborelli, now 62, agreed to live under church supervision.
Francis X. Trauger
Allegations: The first accusations were made in 1981. On separate occasions, the priest took boys, age 12 and 13, to the Poconos, where he molested them.
In one of those cases, Trauger "repeatedly tried to anally penetrate" the 12-year-old altar boy "and for hours manually manipulated his penis. " In 1982, Trauger took a 14-year-old boy to his Poconos house and molested him.
One boy's parents complained to the archdiocese within months of the attack.
Posts: St. Titus, Norristown; St. Matthew, Philadelphia.
Church response: In August 1981, Trauger underwent a psychological evaluation. The next month, he was named assistant pastor at St. Matthew in Philadelphia. In 1982, he was placed on health leave and underwent a second psychological evaluation. In 2003, the archdiocese barred him from ministry, saying that it had received "credible" complaints.
Status: Trauger, now 60, was defrocked this year. He lives in Doylestown.
David E. Walls
Allegations: In 1988, Walls was accused of attempting to assault a 17-year-old girl in his rectory bedroom and of making inappropriate advances toward her brother and another boy. A priest interviewed Walls and wrote a memo, given to Bevilacqua, saying that Walls "minimized" but "did not deny" the charges. Walls, now 70, filed a response to the grand jury report, saying it contained false allegations based on rumor and innuendo.
Post: Vicar, Office of Catholic Education.
Church response: Bevilacqua asked Walls in 1988 to resign his high-profile vicar's position, writing a memo explaining that victims' parents might sue if they thought the archdiocese were doing nothing. But Walls was allowed to remain for 14 years as a priest in residence at St. John Neumann in Bryn Mawr, with restricted duties that included celebrating Mass, hearing confessions and counseling through Catholic Human Services.
At one point, Walls' pastor wrote a letter to the archdiocese warning that he was "sitting on a keg of dynamite. " Bevilacqua told grand jurors that he didn't remember hearing that Walls was accused of abusing minors.
Status: The archdiocese told Walls to leave the rectory in 2002. His removal from the priesthood is pending, according to information on the archdiocese Web site.
Allegations: In July 2000, Wiejata abused a 13-year-old girl when he was living at the archdiocese's mental-health facility in Downingtown. He was on administrative leave at the time; the grand jury report does not say why he was in the hospital.
Post: St. John Vianney Hospital, Chester County.
Church response: Notified a month after the abuse, the archdiocese allowed Wiejata to temporarily live at a church retreat center. It later lost contact with him, reporting only that by 2001 he was in Chicago.
Status: Wiejata, now 35, was defrocked in 2002. His current whereabouts are unknown.
Thomas J. Wisniewski
Allegations: Wisniewski abused a 15-year-old boy for three years, starting in 1984, having oral sex with him and attempting anal sex.
Post: Nativity B.V.M., Delaware County.
Church response: The allegations were reported in July 1992 by the boy's ex-girlfriend. Archdiocesan investigators never contacted the victim directly. Wisniewski, however, admitted the abuse and received therapy.
Despite recommendations from his therapist that he be closely monitored, Wisniewski was assigned to the church office handling marriage annulments, while living in a parish without any supervision.
After the national clergy scandal erupted in 2002, he was barred from priestly duties. However, church officials took no action when he continued to say Masses.
Status: In 2004, the church tightened its controls on Wisniewski, who had asked to retire as a priest and agreed to live under church supervision, according to information on the archdiocese Web site. As of 2004, Wisniewski, now 56, was living with his mother.