More publicly accused Jesuits who were in St. Louis 3/19
Below is an additional list of Jesuit priests who have been publicly accused of abuse and also spent time in St. Louis, MO.
--Fr. David C Bayne was at St. Louis University Law School from 1960 – 1966
--Fr. James A. Condon was at The Queen’s Work in St. Louis from 1960-1964
--Fr. Paul Frey was at St. Louis University from 1945-1947. In civil suit(s) filed in 2010, at least two individuals have alleged abuse by Frey at church-run Native American boarding schools in South Dakota.
--Fr. James F. Gates was at St. Louis University from 1973-1975 and at Vianney Renewal Center Dittmer, Missouri from 2010 – 2012. Roughly 15 women and one man accused Gates and Fr. John Morse of abuse when they were students at St. Mary's Mission and School on the Colville Indian Reservation in the1950 and 1960s. He was put on leave and supposedly lives under supervision at a Jesuit residence. In 2008, the Jesuits announced a $4.8 million settlement with the 16 accusers.
--Fr. James V. O’Connor was at St. Louis University from 1949-1952.
--Fr. Anthony Short was at St. Louis University High School from 1965-1968.
--Fr. William J. Spine was at Washington University from (1966–1968), in Peru (1975-1981), at Loyola University in Chicago (1973-1975), in Brooklyn (1981-1983) in Moline, IL (1983-1986), Chicago (1986-1990 and 1991-2001), in Berkeley CA (1990-1991) and in Lexington KY (2001-2006). He is accused of abusing a child in Peru in mid-1970s and was permanently removed from duties in 2006 (several months after diocese learned of allegations). From 2007-2010, he was evidently in In Rome.
Other publicly accused predator priests, Jesuits and non-Jesuits, who worked or lived on or across the street from the SLU campus
In November 2018 , SNAP ‘outed’ four abusive clerics who mostly attracted attention and allegedly molested elsewhere but who were at the school:Fr. Jerold W. Lindner, Fr. James Glenn Murray, Fr. John Harrington and Fr. Thomas J. Naughton.
A decade ago, SNAP warned SLU students and staff about seven other publicly accused abusive clerics living at Jesuit Hall on the corner of Lindell and Grand: Fr. Chester Gaiter, Fr. Vincent W. Bryce, Fr. Gerhardt B. Lehmkuhl. Fr. Charles Miller, Fr. Juan Carlos Duran, Fr. Eugene Maio and Fr. Jack Campbell.
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