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Holy See et al. Sexual misconduct might have already been at issue in the novitiate, and there are indications in the file that he may already have been engaged in child abuse while in Rome.
The Norbertines considered not ordaining him, but ultimately he was ordained. In the early s, Smyth was based at Kilnacrott but abusing the children in a friend's family in West Belfast. He was transferred to the U. Norbertine whistleblower Rev. Bruno Mulvilhill stated to journalist Chris Moore that Smyth's faculties to hear confessions were rescinded after his return to the abbey from Rhode Island.
In the early s, based in Kilnacrott, Smyth was abusing children Belfast families and institutions, including Nazareth House. Smyth went for treatment to St. Apparently at the urging of Mulvihill, Bishop Francis J. McKiernan of Kilmore investigated Smyth. Sean Brady, the future Cardinal Brady participated in interviews with two Smyth victims. Both were sworn to secrecy and one, Brendan Boland, ultimately wrote Sworn to Silence.
Edward's in Nekoma. Smyth sexually abused more than seven children at this assignment: 6 altar boys and 'one very serious case of sexual assault against a girl'.
When Smyth returned to Kilnacrott in , he again began abusing children in Belfast, including the girl who, on February 23, , would meet with a social worker at the Catholic Family Welfare Society in Belfast and start all the Smyth revelations.
Sentenced to 4 yrs jail in Ireland in on 17 counts of assaulting 5 girls and 4 boys In 3 Dublin relatives abused as children by Smyth received settlements. After discovering the diocese knew Smyth abused children prior to his abusing them, the 3 each sued the Bishop of Kilmore. RI court denied damages for the 2. Flaherty, who oversaw the ruling denying them damages; Flaherty had not disclosed his leadership role with a Catholic nonprofit.
Joseph Michael Steele died in at age 71 while awaiting sentencing for sexually abusing a boy and a girl between and He admitted to five counts of indecent assault and two of gross indecency against the boy and three counts of indecently assaulting his female victim. Steele had previously spent two and a half years in jail after pleading guilty in to multiple charges involving the indecent assaults of three girls and two boys between and In those years, Fr.
Steele was curate in St. In , he was moved to St. Colmcille's in Ballyhackamore, east Belfast. Joseph Summerville pleaded guilty in to four of the 15 charges against him. He admitted indecently assaulting an adolescent boy , while he was a boarding school chaplain at St. Jarlath's College, Tuam. Summerville was jailed for four years by Dublin Criminal Court. A judge later imposed an additional one-year sentence after learning the details of his grooming another victim, a year-old boy, in a parochial house.
Although the media was initially barred from identifying Summerville or the school, a judge allowed it after a petition on behalf of the victim's family. Tobin worked for more than five years in his mid- to late 20s at St. As a result of the Letterfrack investigation, with its 4-year garda inquiry, Tobin was brought up on sample charges of buggery, attempted buggery, and indecent assault against 25 boys.
The officers took complaints of sexual abuse by Tobin from at least former residents. In , Tobin was sentenced to 12 years in prison, with the last 4 years suspended. Former Christian Brother John McKenna was also charged and convicted of abusing boys , as a result of the Letterfrack investigation.
The Ryan report, which calls Tobin 'Br. Dax', discusses the testimony of 7 Tobin victims, including 4 of the 25 whom Tobin pleaded guilty of abusing. One of the boys who was anally raped, called 'Robert' in the report, described 'sobbing my heart out' from the 'unmerciful pain' at age Guillaume' didn't know. All of them. Every single one of them, and I hope they all rot in hell.
Another victim of buggery or attempted buggery testified that a brother saw Tobin embracing him and merely 'knocks at the window'. Tobin testified that for two years he stopped abusing boys because of his Confessor, who made it clear to him that the abuse was sinful.
But 'he relapsed as soon as the priest was transferred'. Tobin's stated practice was to abuse the same children regularly and to be abusing a number of children in any given period.
He raped some of the boys once or maybe twice a week for a prolonged period of time. The victims allege anal rape, attempted anal rape, oral rape, and forcing the boys to give him oral sex. Some boys would ask him to stop, but generally he stopped with a boy when the boy was moved. He tried to continue abusing one boy after the boy left Letterfrack Systematically molested, beat, and anally raped boys aged 11 to 14 who were sent to work in his kitchen.
During the garda investigation, investigating officers took complaints from at least former residents who said they were sexually abused by Tobin. Treacy reportedly was also known as Brother Bender. Adjournments to complete the evidence book followed. On November 25, , Treacy was convicted by a Limerick jury on 30 charges of indecent assault in relating to six boys, out of a total of 78 charges, reduced to Treacy pleaded not guilty to all Judge John Hannan ordered that reporting restrictions should remain in place pending the conclusion of the sentencing process.
Treacy was convicted at Limerick Circuit Court on May , on two counts of indecent assault on a boy in the late s. The boy was age 10 and in fifth class. Treacy denied both charges. On June 21, , a jury at Limerick Circuit Court found Treacy guilty on 15 counts of indecent assault on three boys, all age 10 and in the fifth class, in the late s.
The court heard that Treacy put his hands down the front of the boys' trousers and fondled their genitals in front of their schoolfellows, while whispering 'twisted' things to them. Treacy denied the charges. On June 30, , victim impact statements by the victim in the May verdict and the three victims in the June verdict were read. Judge Tom O'Donnell said he was 'particularly struck' by a victim's statement that he was treated like a 'piece of meat' in Treacy's 'sick fantasies'.
The judge delayed final judgment for a month, calling the assaults 'nuclear fallout' for the victims and their families. O'Donnell noted that Treacy had not shown remorse or empathy and that he disputed the verdicts of the two juries.
The judge cited as aggravating factors the frequency and pre-meditated character of the abuse, and Treacy's position of trust. Treacy's name was placed on the register of sexual offenders. One alleged victim of Treacy reportedly first contacted Msgr.
Alex Stenson of the Dublin archdiocese in Reports of allegations appeared in the press beginning in Described in Chapter 19 of the Murphy Report as 'probably the most notorious child sexual abuser to have come to the attention of the Commission' The Commission wrote that it knew of 40 named victims but that Walsh had admitted to abusing many others. The archdiocese received its first complaint about Walsh in July , two days after his first appointment, which was to the Church of the Assumption in Ballyfermot.
The incident had occurred a month earlier and involved the sexual abuse of an eight-year-old boy. By , according to Chapter 19 of the Murphy Report, 'the Archdiocese knew that he was a serial abuser' In , the archdiocesan chancellor Msgr.
Alex Stenson recorded that Walsh 'admitted that over the eight years in Ballyfermot he was involved with boys about once a fortnight' In April , Stenson and Archbishop Desmond Connell removed Walsh from public ministry and decided he must be laicized It took three years for an archdiocesan tribunal to formally ratify this.
Walsh immediately appealed his sentence to the Vatican, which ruled in his favor in June , decreeing that he ought to remain a priest but enter a monastery for ten years.
In November , following Walsh's first criminal conviction and a spate of media coverage, Archbishop Connell took the unusual step of directly petitioning Pope John Paul II, requesting he remove Walsh ex officio from the clerical state Cardinal Ratzinger issued the laicization decree in January As of August , Walsh had been convicted six times of sexual offenses against children:.
February - Sentenced to 12 months in prison for sexually assaulting an year-old boy in May , just a month before the Vatican appeal tribunal approved his appeal to remain a priest. The abuse occurred in a toilet at a pub following the funeral of the boy's grandfather in Palmerstown. December - Sentenced to 10 years in prison on 12 charges of indecent assault and gross indecency involving six boys aged eight to The assaults occurred between and , while Walsh was a popular curate and in charge of 60 altar boys at the Church of the Assumption in Ballyfermot.
The ten-year sentence was eventually reduced to six by the Court of Criminal Appeal. December - After a jury found him guilty of 13 counts of buggery and indecent assault of a boy, Walsh was given multiple sentences totaling years to be served concurrently, translating to a maximum jail-time of 16 years.
It was the harshest sentence ever imposed on an abusive priest. The crimes occurred from to , when the child was aged seven to In one incident, Walsh tied the boy's wrists to his ankles and laid him over a coffee table to rape him, playing loud music to drown out his cries. The sentencing of Walsh cleared the way for the publication one week later of the Murphy Report's chapter 19 , which was entirely devoted to Walsh under the pseudonym 'Fr Jovito'.
The chapter had been withheld until the criminal proceedings against Walsh were concluded. June - Walsh pleaded guilty to two counts of indecent assault in of two boys, aged ten and The judge added 15 months to the year sentence Walsh already was serving. January - Given additional jail time for the sexual assault of a girl aged between seven and ten. The assault occurred sometime between and , when Walsh was still a seminarian.
The judge imposed the maximum two-year sentence but suspended the second year, assuming good behavior. She ordered the remaining year to run consecutive to the termination of his current sentence. July - Sentenced to seven and a half years after a jury found him guilty of five counts of indecently assaulting a boy, aged 10 to 13, between January and December Walsh raped the child three times, once with a crucifix.
Malachy Finnegan. Paul McGennis. James J. Andrew M. Joseph M. Brendan Wrixon. Andrew Allen OP. On missionary duty in Trinidad and Tobago. Stephen Allen CFC. Sentenced to one year in prison in March for sexually abusing four boys in at an industrial school.
Ronald Bennett OFM. Bursar, spiritual director, and sports master at Gormanston College in Co. Meath, a secondary boarding school run by the Franciscans. Pleaded guilty of sexual abuse and was jailed in Sexually abused at least 6 boys. John Brosnan. Served four years in prison after he was convicted in of abusing five children in the Kerry area during the early s.
Edward Bryan CFC. John Calnan. Michael Carney. William Carney. Holy Ghost Fathers aka Spiritans. Canon Martin Clancy. The report summarizes the rape of a girl it calls 'Ciara': 'Ciara 4. Gerard Cleere Student Priest. Donal Collins. The Ferns Report states that 14 pupils were abused by Collins between and the early s. Collins admitted the abuse in He was charged in with 21 counts of indecent assault and gross indecency and one of buggery.
In March he pleaded guilty to four charges of gross indecency and one of indecent assault. He was sentenced to four years' imprisonment and served one year at the Curragh Prison. Laicized in Christopher Cosgrove FMS. Cosgrove denied the allegations and appealed. Patrick Crowley. Pleaded guilty to three counts of sexually assaulting an altar boy in in a sacristy and parochial house, beginning when the boy was age Crowley was sentenced to 8 months in jail.
Pleaded guilty to a similar offence in Ballincollig District Court in ; that case was dismissed under the Probation of Offenders Act. Daniel Curran. Received a seven-year jail sentence in after admitting sex offences on nine young boys; given an month suspended sentence in for indecently assaulting a 10th boy in the s; in he received a month sentence after pleading guilty to five counts of indecent assault on a boy between and Tadhg O Dalaigh. Order of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart.
Con Desmond FSC. De La Salle brother and principal, then Killaloe diocesan priest. Received a three-year suspended sentence for 6 counts of indecent assault in on a boy in De La Salle NS school in Waterford, where Desmond was principal. Another person contacted the gardai after the sentencing hearing and alleged abuse at the school in the same period.
Daniel Doherty. Also found guilty of indecent assault. James Donaghy. Donaghy was found guilty in of 23 charges of sexually abusing three teenagers between June and December an altar boy and two young trainee priests.
He was sentenced to 10 years in prison. In June , he pleaded guilty to four charges of indecently assaulting a fourth boy in and an additional charge of common assault. While Donaghy assaulted his fourth victim, the priest reportedly told the boy that he could get his dead grandfather into heaven.
Camillus O'Donovan John Donovan. Vincent Downey SG Br. Pleaded guilty to 36 counts of indecent assault on pupils at Creagh Lane National School in Limerick city in the s. Canon Peter Duffy. Accused of abusing three boys in the s and s in Donagh. The diocese has settled with the victims, and Bishop Joseph Duffy nephew of the accused priest met with one of the victims and acknowledged his "stolen childhood and the painful legacy of abuse which he lives daily".
At least one of the Duffy victims was also sexually abused by the McDermott brothers. Duffy died in Michael Dunn. Pleaded guilty in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court in to three counts of sexual assault of a boy age 12 whom he took on holiday to Ireland in with the boy's brother.
Sentenced to 9 months in prison. Previously convicted in in England of sexually assaulting another young boy in the s and sentenced to 18 months in prison.
John Brander". Pleaded guilty in to 17 charges of indecent assault in counties Offaly and Kilkenny in the s and s.
Other victims came forward after that hearing. Sentenced to 2 years in prison on February 10, for sex offences in Dublin, Kilkenny, Offaly, and Longford, going back to abuse in Dublin in One survivor at the sentencing said: 'We were all afraid of him. He was both bad and mad He was sexually molesting me one day and I hit him. He beat the pulp out of me and when I went home with a black eye my father said I probably deserved it. Paul Farrell CFC. Sentenced in July to 1 year in prison for 2 counts of indecent assault , when he was deputy director of St Joseph's Industrial School in Salthill.
Farrell pleaded not guilty was granted leave to appeal. His conviction was quashed on appeal. Amidst the media coverage, more victims of Finnegan came forward. Fortune was first accused of abuse when he was a student at St. Peter's seminary in Wexford. The year of his ordination, a complaint reached Bishop Herlihy that Fortune was abusing scouts in the scout troop that he led.
Colm O'Gorman made a complaint to the Garda in December that he had been raped by Fortune in the s. In , Fortune was removed from ministry after some delay. He challenged the charges in the High Court, delaying his trial, but the challenge was ultimately unsuccessful. Fortune took his own life on March 12, O'Gorman would go on to found One in Four. Bernard Gallagher. Pleaded guilty in in Derry Crown Court to sexually abusing two girls in beginning when the girls were age 10 and Gallagher molested the girls during visits home to Derry when he was a seminarian in the Archdiocese of Southwark, England.
The damages were awarded against Dr. Michael Bowen, Archbishop of Southwark. Donal Gallagher CM. Martin Greaney. Sentenced in to seven years on 12 sample charges of indecently assaulting eight girls in a number of parishes over an year period.
Eugene Greene. There were counts on the original indictment. Sentenced to 12 years in prison. Jim Grennan. Grennan died in Gus Griffin CSSp. Former vocations director for the Holy Ghost Fathers.. Sentenced to seven and a half years in prison in for the sexual abuse of two boys.
One boy was indecently assaulted at age 10 in The other was abused as a teenager ; the abuse included buggery. One of the victims was assaulted by Griffin in the order's headquarters, Kimmage Manor, Dublin, after the boy said he was interested in joining the order.
The sentence was reduced to 18 months on appeal. John Hannon OFM. Received two different sentences of 10 years at different hearings after pleading guilty to a list of sexual assaults in the midlands and west of Ireland.
During the trial in Galway, it was stated that the mother of three of the girls victimized at Corofin in Co Galway confronted her parish priest and the education authorities, and they did nothing to prevent the abuse. Hannon was moved to Clara, Co Offaly, where he abused a boy That victim made a statement to the gardai in which ultimately led to Hannon's imprisonment. The victim received a six-figure settlement in Patrick Hughes.
In , pleaded guilty to four counts of indecent assault against an altar boy aged 11 to 14 in Sentenced to a year in prison. Andrew Gerard Gerry Kearns. Joseph Keegan OFM. Some of the boys were molested beginning at age 7 and 8. Two had attempted suicide after the abuse, and one had been assaulted more than times. Keegan was sentenced to six years in prison. Ambrose "Br. Jailed for 36 years in for sexually abusing numerous young boys in his care in the s and s in Galway, and Our Lady of Good Counsel school for children with learning disabilities at Lota.
He was released after serving just three years. Jack Kelly. Jailed for 8 years in for sexual assaults on 11 boys over a year period. Peter Kennedy. Patrick's Missionary Society S. Police in Ireland took statements from 17 people who alleged they were sexually abused by Kennedy; the alleged incidents centered around the midlands.
Persistent complaints received by the order of abuse since the late s, when Kennedy was a missionary priest in Africa. Moved to London in s; left England in after it emerged he was the subject of a major Garda investigation. Extradited, tried, and convicted in Ireland; sentenced in to 10 years in prison for abusing 18 boys. Robert Keoghan OFM. Sentenced to two years in prison in July for abusing eight boys in Galway During his trial, it came out that Keoghan had been abused while a boy at the Franciscan seminary in Offaly; he was said to have not abused any child since he left the order in Christopher Kilkelly.
Charged in with sexually abusing a young boy at the Letterfrack Industrial School in Connemara in and Kilkelly denied the two charges and asked that his name not be made public.
Judge John Garavan denied the request. John Kinsella. Pleaded guilty at Wicklow circuit court to four counts of indecent assault 28 years ago on two brothers, then aged 12 and Sentenced to eight years in prison.
Kinsella, originally from Arklow, has been working in the UK since , just after the offences occurred. He admitted bringing the boys on different occasions to his hotel room in Lourdes and to his presbytery in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow, where he gave them alcohol, assaulted them and forced them to engage in oral sex. Eugene Lewis WF. White Fathers Society of Missionaries of Africa.
He was convicted in and sentenced to four years in prison On appeal, his legal team argued that issues around excessive delay, contaminated evidence and the admissibility of supposed "reprehensible" behaviour would cast doubt over a guilty verdict. Lewis continued to insist he was innocent and worked to overturn the remaining charges. Sentenced to eight and one half years of prison for the abuse up to of three boys, and another year added on. Left the Trappists at age 50 and married.
Two of his victims were brothers, one of whom was abused for four years, beginning at age nine in Brother of Fr. Eugene Lewis WF, see above. Named under Senate privilege by Senator Mark Daly, who told the Senate that six men and a woman had lodged allegations of sexual abuse against Mac Cartaigh between and Patrick Maguire SSC.
Given an month sentence in England in on 4 charges of sexual assault. Sentenced to 6 years in prison in Dundalk in on 8 charges of sexual assault.
Given a 3-year suspended sentence in Dublin for molesting 2 boys. Sentenced in May to three months in prison for abusing three girls on the grounds of the Servite Priory at Benburb, Co Tyrone.
Henry Maloney. Pleaded guilty in to 3 counts of indecent assault of 2 boys age 12 in at St Mary's College, Rathmines, Dublin, where Maloney taught Sentenced to 15 months in prison. Francis Markey. Wanted in Ireland on charges of twice raping a year-old boy in Extradited from the U. Patrick McCabe. John McCallum. Former hospital chaplain and parish priest of Kilcoo, Newry, Co Down. Sentenced to a year in prison for possession of child abuse images. Admitted 25 sample charges covering photographs and nine movie files was also put on the police sex offenders' register for 10 years.
Cistercian Trappists. Sentenced to two years in prison in January after pleading guilty to nine charges of indecent assault of two girls aged nine and 10 between May and August Laicized in the s after admitting abuse of three Derry primary school girls in the Creggan parochial house.
In November admitted indecently assaulting a young female patient in Altnagelvin Hospital after a charge of raping her was dropped at Belfast Crown Court. Judge called McCallion a 'sexual parasite'. Given an 18 month jail-term, suspended for three years. At Letterkenny Circuit Court in he admitted indecently assaulting a seven year-old girl at a house in Lifford. Reportedly investigated in for alleged abuse of a boy in the town of Derry.
Francis Frank McCarthy. Pleaded guilty to abusing an orphan and a young victim from Dunlavin in Received a suspended sentence. Paul McDaid. Pleaded guilty to having child pornographic images in his possession; a total of 3, child abuse images were found between a laptop computer, a CD and a floppy disk seized by the gardai.
Pleaded guilty to eight counts of sexual and indecent assault on 4 girls in Dublin, Limerick, and Roscommon in The victims were 7, 6, 10, and 6 years old at the time of the abuse. Admitted he abused 6 more victims but refused to name them. Collins served on the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors. After the Letterfrack investigation, charged with 15 counts of indecently assaulting three boys at Letterfrack Industrial School Given a three-year suspended sentence in Tom McNamara.
Identified by the St. Augustine diocese in FL in US as accused of "inappropriately touching" three youths McNamara also perpetrated similar assaults on 'a number of victims', all of them teenage boys, in Ireland during the s and s, Bishop Willie Walsh confirmed.
James McNamee. According to the Murphy report: 'At least 21 people have made complaints of sexual abuse against Fr McNamee. These complaints date back to his period as a curate in Rolestown between and , as a curate in Halston Street and Arran Quay between and , as a curate in Harrington Street from to and in Crumlin, both as a curate between and and as parish priest between and Michael Gerard McQuillan. Convicted in November of 40 sexual abuse charges involving five children, four boys and a girl who was the sister of one of the boys.
McQuillan met the children when he was the chaplain at a school in County Armagh. Vincent Mercer OP. Pleaded guilty to 13 sample charges of indecently assaulting 5 boys at Dominican colleges in Newbridge and Knockadoon Camp in Cork in Originally faced 49 charges of sexually abusing young boys. John Molloy. Convicted of gross indecency against a boy under six between and and sexual assault of a year-old boy in Sentenced in to a prison term of 12 months on each count, to run concurrently.
Michael Molloy. Henry Moloney CSSp. Harry Moore. Pleaded guilty to buggery and indecent assault Given suspended sentences of seven years for the two counts of buggery and three years for the indecent assaults.
Charges reduced to four from the original 18, according to the Murphy report.