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Summaries of the individuals listed by the Pennsylvania Office of attorney General in its report March 1, based on the findings of the 37th Statewide Investigating Grand Jury (editor’s warning: includes many graphic details of a sexual nature): Msgr. Jude, Bakerton (1996-2000); unknown (2000-05); Most Holy Trinity (2005-present).• Findings: While at St. Columba’s, Johns-town (1958); Cathedral of Blessed Sacrament, Altoona (1958-62); St. Joseph’s, Renovo (1962-68); Immaculate Conception, Dudley (1968-92); retired in 1992.• Findings: Labeled a “serial child predator” by the grand jury; close to a group of boys 8 to 13 known as “Benderites”; would take boys to camps and cabins, and instructed them to “sleep without underwear”; “The boys were sexually abused almost constantly at any location at which Bender could have access to a child,” the report says; accused of crimes in the 1970s in an anonymous letter in 1991 to Bishop Joseph Adamec; writer said: “I would estimate that I was abused approximately 100 times.”Rev.
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Michael’s (2010-present).• Findings: Woman in 2003 reported that Bodziak “repeatedly engaged in sexual intercourse with her” in 1971 when she was 16 and living in foster care in Lock Haven. Patrick’s, Johnstown (1958-62 – also part-time instructor at Johnstown High School); Immaculate Conception, Lock Haven (1962-64); Most Holy Trinity, Huntingdon (1964); St. Joseph’s, Portage (1965-66); Most Precious Blood, Emeigh, and Holy Incarnate, Marsteller (1966-69); sick leave (1969-70); St. Edward’s, Barnesboro (1971); Corpus Christi, Dunlo (1971-72); St. Andrew’s, Johns-town (1964-65); Sacred Heart, Altoona (1965-67); St. Dan O’Neil testified before the grand jury and said “it was common knowledge that Carroll was molesting children,” the report said, and that Carroll had a “proclivity for sex with minors.”Rev. 14, 1947• Status: Suspended.• Assignments: Our Mother of Sorrows, Johnstown (1973-78); Our Lady of Victory, State College (1978-81); Holy Name, Ebensburg (1981-86); St. Matthew, Tyrone (1993-95); Visitation of the Blessed Virgin, Johnstown (1995-2000); St. Francis of Assisi, Johnstown (2000-2015); removed to from ministry due to investigation in October 2015. Kateri Tekak, Penns Valley (1987-2002); therapist evaluation and medical retirement, 2002.• Findings: Sodomization of a boy at Verona Feathers of Mount Claire, New Jersey, reported in a letter to Bishop Adamec in 2002; victim said Crouse would give him alcohol, and one time a second priest also molested him. Luke’s Institute (2003).• Findings: Arrested for indecent exposure in 1973 in Altoona; subject of federal child pornography investigation in 2003, admitted to FBI agents that he was “fascinated with male genitalia”; served 15 months in federal prison. Joseph Gaborek• Born: June 30, 1945• Status: Dismissed from priesthood• Assignments: St. 10, 2015, and pleaded the Fifth Amendment when asked why a boy would lie about alleged abuse.
14, 2011• Assignments: Cathedral of Blessed Sacrament, Altoona (1956-68); St. Barnabas, Johnstown (1975-88); medical leave in 1988.• Findings: Report says he used alcohol to “render a 12- to 13-year-old boy compliant to his will”; fondled and anally raped the boy; was confronted by Bishop Adamec in 1988 about being an “active homosexual (who) associates with young males and has been seen in places frequented by gays”; Rev. Joseph’s Church in Portage in 1986; reported to Bishop Adamec 10 years later; Coleman denied the allegation and said he had been cleared after similar accusations in 1988 involving five seventh-grade boys. Joseph’s, Georgia (1964-65); Sacred Heart Seminary, Ohio (1965-68); Verona Feathers of Mount Claire, New Jersey (1968-70); Military Fort, Gordon, Georgia (1970-71); Long Bingh, Vietnam (1971-72); Fort Meade, Maryland (1972-75); Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico (1975-77); St. John Evangelist, Bellefonte (1979-80); chaplain at SCI-Rockview (1980-87); St. Joseph’s, Portage (1973-76); part-time religious teacher at Bishop Carroll High School, Ebensburg (1973-74); St. John Vianney Institute (1993-unknown); Office of Propagation of Faith, Hollidaysburg (1994); St. Peter and Paul, Philipsburg (2001-15); suspended from ministry, 2015.• Findings: While parish priest from 1975-77 at our Lady of Victory, State College, he sexually abused a 12- to 13-year-old boy; suspended by Bishop Mark Bartchak in February 2015; questioned by grand jury on Feb.