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Vatican Sex Scandal - Introduction to Clergy Files Produced by Archdiocese of Los Angeles

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									Introduction to Clergy Files Produced by Archdiocese of Los
Angeles
The 2013 public release of the files of clergy who were subject of the 2007 global settlement, concludes a sad
and shameful chapter in the history of our Local Church. In the 2004 Report to the People of God and
elsewhere, the Archdiocese acknowledged and apologized for failing to treat victims of abuse with
compassion, as well as for employing what we now know to be inadequate standards for treatment and
supervision of priests who were found to have abused children and young people.

The 2004 Report to the People of God provided a framework for understanding how the Archdiocese dealt
with allegations of clergy sexual abuse over several decades. It also included the names of priests publicly
accused of abuse, as well as those who were found to have committed abuse. Though the additional
information provided with the release of the personnel files fits within the overall framework of the 2004
Report, and are themselves frequently decades-old, many will find the specific details contained within them
to be troubling and upsetting.

While the files being produced have the names of persons who experienced abuse and third parties redacted
and obscured, some may recognize their stories in the letters and memos in these files. We understand that
this experience may be a difficult one. Through years of outreach to persons who experienced abuse, we
have learned that feelings and reactions to these stories vary according to the individual. Please be assured
that the Office of Victims Assistance Ministry is available to help.

Sad and shameful as the past history of sexual abuse is, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles can point to more
than a decade of modern child protection efforts that are among the most effective in the nation at
preventing abuse and dealing with allegations of abuse:

       Each of our 287 parishes and schools has a Safeguard the Children Committee, and all adults who
        supervise children are required to undergo VIRTUS abuse prevention training, and must submit to
        background checks and screening.
       Catholic school students and children in religious education programs undergo age-appropriate
        abuse prevention instruction.
       Priests, deacons, school faculty and administrators, and other staff members in our parishes and
        schools are mandated reporters, and regularly receive training in how to report suspicions of child
        abuse or endangerment to civil authorities.

Additionally, the Archdiocese continues to reach out to victims of abuse and their families through our Office
of Victims Assistance Ministry.

The Archdiocese again apologizes to all who were harmed in the past by clergy sexual abuse. We continue to
pray earnestly that you and your families find emotional and spiritual healing. We also reiterate our firm
commitment to remaining vigilant against any and all threats to our children and young people.

http://clergyfiles.la-archdiocese.org/default.html
Clergy Files Produced by Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Personnel Files of clergy who where subject of the 2007 global settlement have been publicly released and
are listed below. We ask that you read the introduction page before exploring content below.




Frequently Asked Questions/Clergy Personnel Files:
1. Which files are being disclosed?
The files concern those priests named in the litigation that settled in 2007. Pursuant to the settlement
agreement between victims and the Archdiocese, retired Federal Judge Dickran Tevrizian ordered files
released subject to certain rules designed to protect the privacy of certain individuals, including the redaction
of the names of victims, third parties and church hierarchy.

Judge Emilie Elias then adopted the Judge Tevrizian order with certain modifications. Specifically, she ordered
that the names of the church hierarchy generally be disclosed in the files. The Archdiocese accepted her
ruling, and has restored the names of church hierarchy in the documents being released.


2. How many files are being released with names?
122 files are being released with names. Of this number, 83 files have information on allegations of childhood
sexual abuse and 39 files have no information on allegations of childhood sexual abuse but, in those
instances, the "proffers" are being provided.

"Proffers" are summaries of personnel files, prepared for litigation that describe some of the documents in
that file. These summaries were previously published by the Archdiocese after they were determined by the
Court to be complete and accurate regarding the lack of notice to the Archdiocese of any claims of childhood
sex abuse for that priest.

3. How many pages are being released?
There are approximately 12,000 pages in the files being released, in accordance with the Court orders. Media
reports that there were 30,000 or more pages were inaccurate.


4. There are 6 additional files where the priests are identified by Roman Numerals instead of names. Why?
There are certain priests against whom charges were never substantiated. In those instances, the Court
ordered that their identities be protected.


5. There were 192 priests and bishops named in the litigation, what about the remaining 62 individuals?
In those cases the Archdiocese had no file at all or the party was exonerated and the files were not to be
produced.


6. There were additional priests who were previously identified in the Report to the People of God, why are
they not included?
The Report to the People of God, published in 2004, included the names of every priest or brother who had
been publicly accused. In many instances, those individuals were not affiliated with the Archdiocese, had
nothing relevant in their files, were exonerated, or were never named in litigation.


7. There appear to be a number of duplicate documents or blank pages in some of the files. Why?
The files being released reflect an assembly from several Archdiocesan files containing tens of thousands of
pages. If a document appears in more than one file, it appears in the released files as a duplicate. In some
instances, there are many duplicates.


8. Most of the documented abuse seems to have happened a long time ago. Do you have statistics that
deal with this?
Yes. The chart below displays the timing of each claim of abuse:




9. What has the Archdiocese done to insure that these experiences are not repeated?
The Archdiocese has been a leader in initiating reforms designed to protect its children . Every adult who
supervises children is investigated, fingerprinted and trained in the detection of child abuse. Every child
enrolled in an Archdiocesan school or program receives age-appropriate training every year on how to detect
inappropriate behavior and how to talk about it. We employ retired FBI agents who investigate every claim of
abuse. Any person, whether priest, teacher, coach or volunteer who is credibly accused is reported to police
and immediately removed from his or her position.

10. Question: The 128 files are confusing. Can you organize them in more descriptive categories?
Organization can be challenging. Some priests fit into more than one category, but we have compiled the
following table and reference lists which should be useful:
                                    Summary of 128 Files
      Religious Order and Extern Priests. | names                                             30%   39
      Archdiocesan priests with information concerning child sexual abuse in their files in
                                                                                              27%   34
      1986 or later. | names
      Priests with no information in their files to indicate childhood sexual abuse. | names 20%    25
      Archdiocesan priests with information concerning child sexual abuse in their files
                                                                                              19%   24
      prior to 1986. | names
      Priests identified by Roman Numerals                                                    5%    6
      Total                                                                                   100% 128




Clergy Personnel Files
       Abercombie, Leonard                        Knoernschild, John
       Aguilar-Rivera, Nicolas                    Kohnke, John
       Alzugaray, Joseph                          Lapierre, David
       Arzube, Juan                               Lindner, Jerold
       Baker, Michael                             Llanos, Theodore
       Barmasse, Kevin                            Loomis, Richard
       Boyer, Leland                              Lopez, Joseph
       Brennan, John                              Lovell, Lawrence
       Buckley, Michael                           MacSweeney, Eugene
       Buckman, Franklin                          Marshall, Thomas
       Caffoe, Lynn                               Martinez, Ruben
       Carey, Cleve                               Mateo, Leonard
       Carriere, David                            McAsey, Joseph
       Carroll, Michael                           McCarthy, Kevin
       Casey, Edward                              McElhatton, Thomas
       Casey, John                                Miani, Titian
       Castro, Willebaldo                         Miller, George
       Chandler, David                            Monte, Alfred
       Coffield, John                             Nocita, Michael
       Cosgrove, John                             O'Carroll, Charles
       Coughlin, Richard                          O'Connor, Donal
       Cronin, Sean                               Orellana-Mendoza, Samuel
       Cruces, Angel                              Pecharich, Michael
       Daley, Wallace                             Perez, Henry
       Dawson, John                               Pina, Joseph
       Deady, John                                Plesetz, Gerald
       DeJonghe, Harold                           Ramos, Eleutario
       Devaney, James                             Reilly, Terrence
       Diesta, Arwyn                              Rodriguez, Carlos
       Doherty, John                              Roemer, Donald
       Dolan, James                               Roper, William
       Duggan, Albert                             Rowe, Dorian
         English, Thomas                           Rozo, Efrain
         Farabaugh, Clint                          Rucker, George
         Farmer, Donald                            Ruhl, John
         Farris, John                              Ryan, Joseph
         Faue, Matthias                            Salazar, John
         Feeney, John                              Salinas, Gabriel
         Fernando, Walter                          Sanchez, Manuel
         Fessard, Gerald                           Santillan, John
         Fitzpatrick, James                        Savino, Dominic
         Ford, James                               Scott, George
         Gallagher, George                         Sharpe, Joseph
         Garcia, Cristobal                         Sheahan, John
         Garcia, Peter                             Shimmaly, Edward
         Garcia, Richard                           Silva-Flores, Fidencio
         Ginty, Denis                              Stalkamp, Louis
         Granadino, David                          Sutphin, Carl
         Grill, Philip                             Tamayo, Santiago
         Grimes, James                             Tepe, Raymond
         Gunst, George                             Terra, Michael
         Hackett, John                             Ugarte, Jose
         Hagenbach, Clinton                        Van Liefde, Christopher
         Hanley, Bernard                           Vetter, Henry
         Haran, Michael                            Villa Gomez, Nemoria
         Hartman, Richard                          Weitz, Wilfrid
         Henry, Richard                            Wempe, Michael
         Hernandez, Stephen                        Ziemann, Patrick
         Hovath, Bertrand                          z-I
         Hunt, Michael                             z-II
         Hurley, Daniel                            z-III
         Jaramillo, Luis                           z-IV
         Kearney, Christopher                      z-V
         Kelly, Matthew                            z-VI

http://clergyfiles.la-archdiocese.org/listing.html



Religious Order and Extern Priests: 30% of the 128 Files Released:

1       Abercrombie, Leonard               Extern
2       Aguilar Rivera, Nicolas            Extern
3       Carriere, David                    Franciscan
4       Casey, Edward                      Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
5       Casey, John                        Vincentian
6       Chandler, David                    Paulist
7       Devaney, James                     Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity
8       Farabaugh, Clint                   Society of the Most Precious Blood
9       Farris, John                       Vincentian
10   Faue, Mathias                         Benedictine
11   Feeney, John                          Extern
12   Garcia, Cristobal                     Dominican
13   Horvath, Bertrand                     Conventual
14   Jaramillo, Luis                       Capuchin Franciscan
15   Kearney, Christopher                  Capuchin Franciscan
16   Knoernschild, John                    Carmelite
17   Kohnke, John                          Norbertine
18   LaPierre, David                       Capuchin Franciscan
19   Lindner, Jerold                       Jesuit
20   Lopez, Joseph                         Claretian
21   Lovell, Lawrence                      Claretian
22   Marshall, Thomas                      Paulist
23   Martinez, Ruben                       Oblate
24   McAsey, Joseph                        Jesuit
25   McCarthy, Kevin                       Extener
26   McElhatton, Thomas                    Dominican
27   Miani, Titian                         Salesian
28   Monte, Alfred                         Augustinian
29   Reilly, Terrence                      Dominican
30   Rodriguez, Carlos                     Vincentian
31   Roper, William                        Claretian
32   Ruhl, John                            Vincentian
33   Salazar, John                         Piarist
34   Salinas, Gabriel                      Augustinian
35   Santillan, John                       Piarist
36   Savino, Dominic                       Carmelite
37   Silva-Flores, Fidencio                Missionary of the Holy Spirit
38   Vetter, Henry                         Passionist
39   Weitz, Wilfrid                        Benedictine




Archdiocesan priests with information concerning child sexual abuse in their files in 1986 or later : 27% of the
128 Files Released:

1            Alzugaray, Joseph
2            Baker, Michael
3            Barmasse, Kevin
4            Boyer, Leland
5            Buckley, Michael
6             Caffoe, Lynn
7             Carroll, Michael
8             Cronin, Sean
9             Dawson, John
10            DeJonghe, Harold
11            Diesta, Arwyn
12            Fernando, Walter
13            Fessard, Gerald
14            Ford, James
15            Garcia, Peter
16            Granadino, David
17            Henry, Richard
18            Hernandez, Stephen
19            Llanos, Theodore
20            Loomis, Richard
21            Miller, George
22            Nocita, Michael
23            O'Connor, Donal
24            Orellana-Mendoza, Samuel
25            Pina, Joseph
26            Rucker, George
27            Sanchez, Manuel
28            Sutphin, Carl
29            Tamayo, Santiago
30            Terra, Michael
31            Ugarte, Jose
32            Van Liefde, Cristopher
33            Villa Gomez, Nemoria
34            Wempe, Michael




Priests with no information in their files to indicate childhood sexual abuse : 20% of the 128 Files Released:

1             Arzube, Juan
2             Brennan, John
3             Buckman, Franklin
4             Carey, Cleve
5             Cosgrove, John
6             Doherty, John
7             Dolan, James
8            Duggan, Albert
9            English, Thomas
10           Ginty, Denis
11           Grill, Phillip
12           Grimes, James
13           Hackett, John
14           Haran, Michael
15           Hartman, Richard
16           Hurley, Daniel
17           MacSweeney, Eugene
18           Mateo, Leonardo
19           O'Carroll, Charles
20           Perez, Henry
21           Rowe, Dorian
22           Shimmaly, Edward
23           Stallkamp, Louis
24           Tepe, Raymond
25           Ziemann, Patrick




Archdiocesan priests with information concerning child sexual abuse in their files prior to 1986 : 19% of the
128 Files Released:

1            Castro, Willebaldo
2            Coffield, John
3            Coughlin, Richard
4            Cruces, Angel
5            Daley, Wallace
6            Deady, John
7            Farmer, Donald
8            Fitzpatrick, James
9            Gallagher, George
10           Garcia, Richard
11           Gunst, George
12           Hagenbach, Clinton
13           Hanley, Bernard
14           Hunt, Michael
15           Kelly, Matthew
16           Pecharich, Michael
17           Plesetz, Gerald
18            Ramos, Eleutario
19            Roemer, Donald Patrick
20            Rozo, Efrain
21            Ryan, Joseph
22            Scott, George
23            Sharpe, Joseph
24            Sheahan, John




Child Protection Efforts

Archdiocese of Los Angeles Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Policies (Charter Article: 6) The Archdiocese of Los
Angeles has implemented rigorous polices and procedures to provide a safe environment in our parishes and
parish schools for all children and young people. These include:
• "Zero Tolerance"'
• Guidelines for Adults Working or Volunteering with Minors
• Archdiocese of Los Angeles Boundary Guidelines for Junior High and High School Youth Working or
Volunteering with Children or Youth
• Megan's Law Compliance Procedures

To view these and other policies: www.la-archdiocese.org/org/protecting

http://clergyfiles.la-archdiocese.org/listing.html#



ADLA > Ministries and Departments > Protecting


Protecting Our Children
Programs, Support & Information




     Safeguard the Children:




      Provides ongoing support, education, training and resources to help prevent child sexual abuse and to
      address children's safety in our parishes, schools, homes and communities. (Includes VIRTUS Training)
      Learn More.


     Victims Assistance Ministry:
      Provides victims/survivors of sexual abuse assistance with reporting sexual misconduct, and helps obtain
      support for the needs of the individual and families. Learn More.




     Fingerprinting & V.P.I.N:
      All clergy, paid parish/school personnel and volunteers who work regularly in a supervisory role with
      children or youth must be fingerprinted. Information on fingerprinting schedule and locations is published
      monthly. Learn More.


     Megan's Law and the Archdiocese's "Zero Tolerance Policy":
      The State of California and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles have adopted rules and policies concerning
      persons who are registered sex offenders in an effort to enhance the safety of all children and youth.
      Learn More.
        Report to the People of God
         Reports published in 2004 and 2005 by the Archdiocese regarding the Clergy Sexual Abuse from 1930-
         2003.


        USCCB Audit Summaries:
         Executive Audit Summaries for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles


        USCCB Office of Child & Youth Protection:
         Resources by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop's Secretariat for Child and Youth Protection.
         Learn More.


        "I Will Appoint You Shepherds After My Own Heart"
         A Pastoral Statement by Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, February 21, 2002.




"Did you Know" Articles: Are also emailed to Parishes via the ACES accounts.

http://www.la-archdiocese.org/org/protecting/Pages/default.aspx



ADLA > Ministries and Departments > Protecting > Report to the People of God


Report to the People of God
On February 17, 2004, the Archdiocese published its Report to the People of God: Clergy Sexual Abuse Archdiocese
of Los Angeles 1930-2003. The Report was an essential part of the

Archdiocese’s ongoing effort to promote healing and reconciliation for victims, their families,

and the entire Church community, all of whom suffered as a result of sexual abuse by priests,

deacons, members of religious orders and others serving our Archdiocese over the years.

In detail, the Report explained procedures that the Archdiocese had put in place to safeguard our

children by dealing forcefully with abuse. The Report also set out, without attempt to excuse

mistakes that were made, the often painful history of how the Archdiocese’s understanding of the
problem of sexual abuse evolved over the years, from the time when it was treated primarily as a

moral weakness and a sin to the adoption, in 2002, of a firm policy of zero tolerance. Both the Report and
Addenum are available below for download.




Downloads:

   Final Addendum to the Report to the People of God
(2008, 2pgs, PDF)
This final addendum includes names of clergy from a follow up review of Archdiocesan files and the final portion of
the global settlement of clergy cases.


   Addendum to the Report to the People of God
(2005, 155pgs, PDF)

This Addendum is an update to the Report. It has three sections:


        The first section provides the most current information about the many educational programs and
         training sessions the Archdiocese has developed and implemented to safeguard children and how we are
         dealing with reports of abuse.
        The second section consists of a list of an additional 26 priests with allegations of sexual abuse against
         them that have come to our attention since the Appendix to the Report was last updated. For the sake of
         full disclosure and transparency, the Archdiocese continues to list all priests who have been accused with
         evidence that if true would constitute child sexual abuse, even when law enforcement or the Clergy
         Misconduct Oversight Board have found the charges to be unsubstantiated.
        Finally, the last section of this Addendum discusses the civil lawsuits against theArchdiocese and discloses
         information from the Clergy Files of the Archdiocese.




   Report to the People of God: Clergy Sexual Abuse in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles 1930-2003
(2004, 34pgs, PDF)
Issued by Cardinal Roger Mahony on February 17, 2004, offering fullest possible disclosure of what happened over
the years. The Report represents our best understanding of the history of sexual abuse in the Archdiocese and our
efforts to eliminate this scourge. It includes the best information we can glean at this time about the number of
priests and religious who have sexually abused minors and the number of victims of such abuse. (2004)
http://www.la-archdiocese.org/org/protecting/reports/Pages/default.aspx




Clergy Files Produced by Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Personnel Files of clergy who where subject of the 2007 global settlement have been publicly released and
are listed below. We ask that you read the introduction page before exploring content below.




Frequently Asked Questions/Clergy Personnel Files:
1. Which files are being disclosed?
The files concern those priests named in the litigation that settled in 2007. Pursuant to the settlement
agreement between victims and the Archdiocese, retired Federal Judge Dickran Tevrizian ordered files
released subject to certain rules designed to protect the privacy of certain individuals, including the redaction
of the names of victims, third parties and church hierarchy.

Judge Emilie Elias then adopted the Judge Tevrizian order with certain modifications. Specifically, she ordered
that the names of the church hierarchy generally be disclosed in the files. The Archdiocese accepted her
ruling, and has restored the names of church hierarchy in the documents being released.


2. How many files are being released with names?
122 files are being released with names. Of this number, 83 files have information on allegations of childhood
sexual abuse and 39 files have no information on allegations of childhood sexual abuse but, in those
instances, the "proffers" are being provided.

"Proffers" are summaries of personnel files, prepared for litigation that describe some of the documents in
that file. These summaries were previously published by the Archdiocese after they were determined by the
Court to be complete and accurate regarding the lack of notice to the Archdiocese of any claims of childhood
sex abuse for that priest.

3. How many pages are being released?
There are approximately 12,000 pages in the files being released, in accordance with the Court orders. Media
reports that there were 30,000 or more pages were inaccurate.


4. There are 6 additional files where the priests are identified by Roman Numerals instead of names. Why?
There are certain priests against whom charges were never substantiated. In those instances, the Court
ordered that their identities be protected.


5. There were 192 priests and bishops named in the litigation, what about the remaining 62 individuals?
In those cases the Archdiocese had no file at all or the party was exonerated and the files were not to be
produced.
6. There were additional priests who were previously identified in the Report to the People of God, why are
they not included?
The Report to the People of God, published in 2004, included the names of every priest or brother who had
been publicly accused. In many instances, those individuals were not affiliated with the Archdiocese, had
nothing relevant in their files, were exonerated, or were never named in litigation.


7. There appear to be a number of duplicate documents or blank pages in some of the files. Why?
The files being released reflect an assembly from several Archdiocesan files containing tens of thousands of
pages. If a document appears in more than one file, it appears in the released files as a duplicate. In some
instances, there are many duplicates.


8. Most of the documented abuse seems to have happened a long time ago. Do you have statistics that
deal with this?
Yes. The chart below displays the timing of each claim of abuse:




9. What has the Archdiocese done to insure that these experiences are not repeated?
The Archdiocese has been a leader in initiating reforms designed to protect its children . Every adult who
supervises children is investigated, fingerprinted and trained in the detection of child abuse. Every child
enrolled in an Archdiocesan school or program receives age-appropriate training every year on how to detect
inappropriate behavior and how to talk about it. We employ retired FBI agents who investigate every claim of
abuse. Any person, whether priest, teacher, coach or volunteer who is credibly accused is reported to police
and immediately removed from his or her position.
10. Question: The 128 files are confusing. Can you organize them in more descriptive categories?
Organization can be challenging. Some priests fit into more than one category, but we have compiled the
following table and reference lists which should be useful:


                                       Summary of 128 Files
        Religious Order and Extern Priests. | names                                              30%   39
        Archdiocesan priests with information concerning child sexual abuse in their files in
                                                                                                 27%   34
        1986 or later. | names
        Priests with no information in their files to indicate childhood sexual abuse. | names   20%   25
        Archdiocesan priests with information concerning child sexual abuse in their files
                                                                                                 19%   24
        prior to 1986. | names
        Priests identified by Roman Numerals                                                     5%    6
        Total                                                                                    100% 128


Clergy Personnel Files
         Abercombie, Leonard                        Knoernschild, John
         Aguilar-Rivera, Nicolas                    Kohnke, John
         Alzugaray, Joseph                          Lapierre, David
         Arzube, Juan                               Lindner, Jerold
         Baker, Michael                             Llanos, Theodore
         Barmasse, Kevin                            Loomis, Richard
         Boyer, Leland                              Lopez, Joseph
         Brennan, John                              Lovell, Lawrence
         Buckley, Michael                           MacSweeney, Eugene
         Buckman, Franklin                          Marshall, Thomas
         Caffoe, Lynn                               Martinez, Ruben
         Carey, Cleve                               Mateo, Leonard
         Carriere, David                            McAsey, Joseph
         Carroll, Michael                           McCarthy, Kevin
         Casey, Edward                              McElhatton, Thomas
         Casey, John                                Miani, Titian
         Castro, Willebaldo                         Miller, George
         Chandler, David                            Monte, Alfred
         Coffield, John                             Nocita, Michael
         Cosgrove, John                             O'Carroll, Charles
         Coughlin, Richard                          O'Connor, Donal
         Cronin, Sean                               Orellana-Mendoza, Samuel
         Cruces, Angel                              Pecharich, Michael
         Daley, Wallace                             Perez, Henry
         Dawson, John                               Pina, Joseph
         Deady, John                                Plesetz, Gerald
         DeJonghe, Harold                           Ramos, Eleutario
         Devaney, James                             Reilly, Terrence
         Diesta, Arwyn                              Rodriguez, Carlos
         Doherty, John                              Roemer, Donald
   Dolan, James              Roper, William
   Duggan, Albert            Rowe, Dorian
   English, Thomas           Rozo, Efrain
   Farabaugh, Clint          Rucker, George
   Farmer, Donald            Ruhl, John
   Farris, John              Ryan, Joseph
   Faue, Matthias            Salazar, John
   Feeney, John              Salinas, Gabriel
   Fernando, Walter          Sanchez, Manuel
   Fessard, Gerald           Santillan, John
   Fitzpatrick, James        Savino, Dominic
   Ford, James               Scott, George
   Gallagher, George         Sharpe, Joseph
   Garcia, Cristobal         Sheahan, John
   Garcia, Peter             Shimmaly, Edward
   Garcia, Richard           Silva-Flores, Fidencio
   Ginty, Denis              Stalkamp, Louis
   Granadino, David          Sutphin, Carl
   Grill, Philip             Tamayo, Santiago
   Grimes, James             Tepe, Raymond
   Gunst, George             Terra, Michael
   Hackett, John             Ugarte, Jose
   Hagenbach, Clinton        Van Liefde, Christopher
   Hanley, Bernard           Vetter, Henry
   Haran, Michael            Villa Gomez, Nemoria
   Hartman, Richard          Weitz, Wilfrid
   Henry, Richard            Wempe, Michael
   Hernandez, Stephen        Ziemann, Patrick
   Hovath, Bertrand          z-I
   Hunt, Michael             z-II
   Hurley, Daniel            z-III
   Jaramillo, Luis           z-IV
   Kearney, Christopher      z-V
   Kelly, Matthew            z-VI
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1    Abercrombie, Leonard      Extern

2    Aguilar Rivera, Nicolas   Extern

3    Carriere, David           Franciscan

4    Casey, Edward             Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary

5    Casey, John               Vincentian

6    Chandler, David           Paulist

7    Devaney, James            Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity

8    Farabaugh, Clint          Society of the Most Precious Blood

9    Farris, John              Vincentian

10   Faue, Mathias             Benedictine
11   Feeney, John           Extern

12   Garcia, Cristobal      Dominican

13   Horvath, Bertrand      Conventual

14   Jaramillo, Luis        Capuchin Franciscan

15   Kearney, Christopher   Capuchin Franciscan

16   Knoernschild, John     Carmelite

17   Kohnke, John           Norbertine

18   LaPierre, David        Capuchin Franciscan

19   Lindner, Jerold        Jesuit

20   Lopez, Joseph          Claretian

21   Lovell, Lawrence       Claretian

22   Marshall, Thomas       Paulist

23   Martinez, Ruben        Oblate

24   McAsey, Joseph         Jesuit

25   McCarthy, Kevin        Extener

26   McElhatton, Thomas     Dominican

27   Miani, Titian          Salesian

28   Monte, Alfred          Augustinian

29   Reilly, Terrence       Dominican

30   Rodriguez, Carlos      Vincentian

31   Roper, William         Claretian

32   Ruhl, John             Vincentian

33   Salazar, John          Piarist
34   Salinas, Gabriel            Augustinian

35   Santillan, John             Piarist

36   Savino, Dominic             Carmelite

37   Silva-Flores, Fidencio      Missionary of the Holy Spirit

38   Vetter, Henry               Passionist

39   Weitz, Wilfrid              Benedictine

1            Alzugaray, Joseph

2            Baker, Michael

3            Barmasse, Kevin

4            Boyer, Leland

5            Buckley, Michael

6            Caffoe, Lynn

7            Carroll, Michael

8            Cronin, Sean

9            Dawson, John

10           DeJonghe, Harold

11           Diesta, Arwyn

12           Fernando, Walter

13           Fessard, Gerald

14           Ford, James

15           Garcia, Peter

16           Granadino, David

17           Henry, Richard
18   Hernandez, Stephen

19   Llanos, Theodore

20   Loomis, Richard

21   Miller, George

22   Nocita, Michael

23   O'Connor, Donal

24   Orellana-Mendoza, Samuel

25   Pina, Joseph

26   Rucker, George

27   Sanchez, Manuel

28   Sutphin, Carl

29   Tamayo, Santiago

30   Terra, Michael

31   Ugarte, Jose

32   Van Liefde, Cristopher

33   Villa Gomez, Nemoria

34   Wempe, Michael

1    Arzube, Juan

2    Brennan, John

3    Buckman, Franklin

4    Carey, Cleve

5    Cosgrove, John

6    Doherty, John
7    Dolan, James

8    Duggan, Albert

9    English, Thomas

10   Ginty, Denis

11   Grill, Phillip

12   Grimes, James

13   Hackett, John

14   Haran, Michael

15   Hartman, Richard

16   Hurley, Daniel

17   MacSweeney, Eugene

18   Mateo, Leonardo

19   O'Carroll, Charles

20   Perez, Henry

21   Rowe, Dorian

22   Shimmaly, Edward

23   Stallkamp, Louis

24   Tepe, Raymond

25   Ziemann, Patrick

1    Castro, Willebaldo

2    Coffield, John

3    Coughlin, Richard

4    Cruces, Angel
5           Daley, Wallace

6           Deady, John

7           Farmer, Donald

8           Fitzpatrick, James

9           Gallagher, George

10          Garcia, Richard

11          Gunst, George

12          Hagenbach, Clinton

13          Hanley, Bernard

14          Hunt, Michael

15          Kelly, Matthew

16          Pecharich, Michael

17          Plesetz, Gerald

18          Ramos, Eleutario

19          Roemer, Donald Patrick

20          Rozo, Efrain

21          Ryan, Joseph

22          Scott, George

23          Sharpe, Joseph

24          Sheahan, John

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