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None of the living named Jesuits are in active ministry in the grouping that extends through South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, West Virginia, southern New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.While some of the named Jesuit priests were removed from ministry in the 1990s, others were not removed until well after the U. church sex abuse scourge exploded in Boston in 2002.One accused priest, Neil Mc Laughlin, was not removed from ministry until 2007 despite the fact he is believed to have abused youngsters from his ordination in 1959 until the 1980s, with multiple accusations of abuse from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Georgia, New York and Massachusetts. Glenn Murray, was only removed from ministry in 2011, decades after he was accused of a single allegation of sex abuse in Baltimore dating from 1981, a few years after his ordination. Patrick's Parish and Lincoln Junior High in Cleveland, 1970-1972, dismissed in 1975 **Full list: USA Midwest Province Jesuits with Established Allegation(s) of Sexual Abuse of a Minor "The public release by the USA Midwest Province Office of information about credible allegations of abuse of minors reflects a deeply troubling chapter in the Church.
The five still alive are listed as living in supervised housing "on a safety plan." He said in the letter, dated Monday, that the province hopes the disclosure "will contribute to reconciliation and healing." "We are deeply sorry for the harm we have caused to victims and their families," said Hussey, whose statement was attached to the list of names and accusations.
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The men — part of a Catholic order that includes more than 16,000 men worldwide — served in churches, high schools, colleges and other institutions.
It's the latest in a string of similar disclosures from Jesuit governing bodies.