Parroquia de San Ildefonso. Parroquia de san Cecilio y Hermandad de los Favores. Es madre de familia, economista y cooperadora del Opus Dei. Sacerdote agregado de la Sociedad Sacerdotal de la Santa Cruz. Giovanna, Testimonio de una madre de familia de Catania, supernumeraria del Opus Dei en italiano.
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Video sobre la vida de Montse Grases. Un padre de familia de Holanda cuenta su encuentro con el Opus Dei, su vida familiar y sus iniciativas para ayudar a otros padres. Una supernumeraria del Opus Dei en Argentina.
Griffin, Joseph, actor de cine: Un supernumerario del Opus Dei habla de sus iniciativas en el barrio del Saladillo, de Algeciras. Un estudiante chino que estudia en Montreal ofrece un breve videotestimonio sobre el Opus Dei. Hijos y Opus Dei. Actividades del Club Espavel. Huellas en la nieve. Una plaza en honor del fundador del Opus Dei en Huelva. Taxista en Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
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Laiola, Giuseppe , historia de un supernumerario del Opus Dei en italiano. Una madre de familia y enfermera de Santiago de Chile, supernumeraria, habla de la ayuda del mensaje del Opus Dei en su vida. Esta joven administrativa del Ayuntamiento de la Laguna, en las Islas Canarias, habla en este video de la necesidad de comenzar y recomenzar. En el ancho mundo del langostino. Laicos del Opus Dei: Opus Dei en Canarias.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. El aliento del Opus Dei. El mensaje del Opus Dei es viejo como el Evangelio, y como el Evangelio, nuevo. Cooperadora del Opus Dei en Londres.
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Luisa y Pepe , un matrimonio sevillano en China. Opus Dei en Holanda. Opus Dei en Madrid. Mi cincuenta aniversario de boda. De El Amparo, Tenerife.
Margot, una joven andaluza, cuenta en un video como ve a las personas del Opus Dei y su experiencia en Kenia. Una mujer empresaria habla de su vida. Supernumeraria del Opus Dei en Sydney, Australia. El Opus Dei en Mallorca.
Dirigido por personas del Opus Dei en Manchester. Matrimonio y Opus Dei. Una iniciativa de personas del Opus Dei: En Arnold Hall Conference Centre. Club Condor, nacido con el aliento del Opus Dei en Mendoza.
Mensaje del Opus Dei "La grandeza de la vida ordinaria". Campo de trabajo en Tlapa, con varios videos. Miami, Estados Unidos, EE. Layton Study Center W. Dayman, una iniciativa de personas del Opus Dei en Uruguay. Montevideo, Uruguay, Un campamento del Club Proa.
Montevideo, Uruguay , Catequesis desde el Fama Club. Historia de una numeraria del Opus Dei que cuenta su trabajo en Kianda, un centro multirracial en Kenia. Merche , de las Palmas de Gran Canaria: Sacerdote numerario del Opus Dei, en Granada.
Argentina, supernumeraria del Opus Dei, lleva con su marido un teatro ambulante de marionetas. Profesor de Derecho Penal en Uruguay. Monterola, Petra , la historia de una numeraria auxiliar del Opus Dei: La historia de una Numeraria auxiliar del Opus Dei. Recuerdos de su vida. Bibliotecaria de Buenos Aires Argentina. Historia de un sacerdote numerario del Opus Dei. Monteiro de Castro, Manuel. Dos esposos, supernumerarios del Opus Dei en Zaragoza, hablan de su vida, de su familia, de sus hijos.
Una iniciativa de mujeres del Opus Dei en Kenia, para el desarrollo de la mujer africana: Cooperadora del Opus Dei. Un hospital para personas sin recursos en Enugu, Nigeria, promovido por personas del Opus Dei. Norteamericanos hablan del Opus Dei. Novedad del mensaje del Opus Dei. Nueva York, Estados Unidos. Schuyler Hall E. Una mujer de Nairobi, relata su encuentro con el Opus Dei en Kenia. Una mujer peruana habla de su matrimonio y de una respuesta del fundador del Opus Dei. Vicario General del Opus Dei.
Ogallo, Julius , ingeniero de Kenia: Joven supernumeraria del Opus Dei en Inglaterra. La vida de una mujer del Opus Dei. Opus Dei y los Papas: Opus Dei Corporate Works.
Vicario del Opus Dei en Argentina. Opus Dei en Argentina. Opeyemi Oteri, de Lagos Nigeria. Cartas desde Yauyos Orellana, Fernando. Padre de familia numerosa. Opus Dei en Nigeria. Opus Dei desde dentro: Orozco, Martha , una pintora mexicana, supernumeraria del Opus Dei, cuenta su historia.
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Supernumeraria y madre de cinco hijos. Padres con hijos en el Opus Dei. Opus Dei en Palencia: El Opus Dei en Palencia: Arces, una labor de los miembros del Opus Dei en Italia.
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Pallais, Roger, sacerdote numerario del Opus Dei. En medio del terremoto de Managua. Historia de los comienzos del Opus Dei en Nicaragua. Pelach en el que relata los comienzos en Yauyos y nombramiento de obispo de Abancay. Patriarca de Venecia Luciani y Opus Dei. Obra corporativa del Opus Dei. Personas que no han perseverado en el Opus Dei. Condoray, una iniciativa promovida por mujeres del Opus Dei ha capacitado a Pirineos, Paso de los: Pittsburgh, Estados Unidos, EE.
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Sobre el fundador del Opus Dei. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Islas Canarias. Prelado del Opus Dei. Prelado del Opus Dei: Prelatura personal del Opus Dei: Perrotet, John, supernumerario del Opus Dei, habla de los problemas del matrimonio: Escoger la pareja adecuada".
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Una vida en el Opus Dei. Una numeraria del Opus Dei en Italia cuenta su experiencia y su historia. Rivero, Teresa, supernumeraria del Opus Dei. La madre de Caroline, habla de la historia y de la entrega de su hija como numeraria auxiliar del Opus Dei. Actividades en el Centro Universitario El Litoral. Arzobispo de El Salvador. Rubia, Juan de la; y Manuela Comos: En los comienzos de Valladolid y de Colombia.
Videotestimonio de una madre de familia, supernumeraria del Opus Dei y ejecutiva de proyectos. Sacerdotes agregados de la Prelatura del Opus Dei, Tres. Arapiles y Terral, dos iniciativas del Opus Dei en Salamanca. Montevista Center E. San Salvador, El Salvador. Centro Escolar Lamatepec, con el asesoramiento espiritual de sacerdotes del Opus Dei. Shahrookh Khambatta Damania, un supernumerario indio del Opus Dei cuenta su historia, y su progresivo acercamiento a la fe. Historia del Opus Dei en Argentina.
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Opus Dei en Soria. Wespine Study Center E. Numerario del Opus Dei, director del colegio Hautefeuille, en Francia. Sawneu, Margarita , supernumeraria en Singapur. Seco, Luis Ignacio Seco. Segret, Ellna de , Una supernumeraria argentina cuenta su experiencia personal en el Opus Dei. Iniciativa del Opus Dei en Australia: Historia de un sacerdote agregado del Opus Dei.
En los comienzos del Opus Dei. Profesor de origen indio. Stratford, Ashley, consultor de urbanismo, padre de cinco hijos, supernumerario del Opus Dei. Tajamar y el Opus Dei. Opus Dei en Toledo: Tenerife, Santa Cruz de, Canarias. Testimonios sobre el Opus Dei. El Vaticano interviene a las Ursulinas chilenas , periodistadigital.
Convicted in of the genital molestation of an unconscious year-old male who was a hospital patient near death. The priest was sentenced in March to days of probation. The La Serena Court of Appeals revoked the sentence on the legal grounds, argued by the defense, that for abuse to have occurred, it would have been necessary for the victim to have taken part in a sexual situation, which was impossible given his state of unconsciousness.
In September , however, the original sentence was upheld after the Supreme Court, by unanimous decision, nullified the resolution of the appeals court. The church's statement about his death did not mention his conviction. Sacerdote condenado por abusos se radica en el Valle del Elqui , by Jorge Budrovich, recortes. Clero Arquidiocesano , arzobispadodelaserena. Comunicamos sensible fallecimiento del Pbro.
Accused in May of sexually abusing four male children, who were siblings, in Chicago, IL. Peralta had been in Chicago for a little over a year, working at a youth center. Chicago church documents obtained in litigation revealed that the first report of child sexual abuse by Peralta occurred when he was a seminarian in Chile in the early s, resulting in his departure. In Peru in the s, a religious disciplinary committee found that "indescribable things have happened" and ordered Peralta to say away from children.
He was sent to Domus Mariae, a treatment center for problem priests in Argentina. In , his Salesian superiors transferred him to Chicago, declaring him a priest in good standing. The Salesians in the U. After Peralta's abuse of the four boys in Chicago, he was sent to a Salesian community in New Jersey, evaluated at a Virginia mental health facility, then sent to the Salesian provincial house in Mexico City.
The Chicago archdiocese did not notify the Dept. The Long Arm of Abuse. El Vaticano enfrenta una sesion inquisitiva , by Emilio Goddy, proceso.
Comunicado Arzobispado de Santiago , Arzobispado de Santiago, Sacerdote en Chile es denunciado por abuso de 14 menores , El Espectador, Ezzati reportedly already knew of alleged abuses by Precht toward two minors.
Vela was in a secondary school, Seminario Pontificio Menor , when he met Precht. Vela took his own life at age 29 , in He was a psychologist and in a doctoral program in Irvine, California. Precht had visited him just a week earlier.
She was spurred by the news that Precht had become pastor of Santa Clara Church of La Cisterna, replacing Rodrigo Allendes, who had committed suicide days before after being accused of sexual abuse by a year-old parishioner.
In all, nearly 20 independent testimonies were given by males who were between 15 and 35 years old in the s and s when they said Precht sexually abused them. The abuse included "gropings," "caresses from chest downwards," "kisses on the mouth," "masturbations," and "homosexual acts. Las culpas del Vicario by Andrea Lagos. In December , the archdiocese announced that Precht had been found guilty of "abusive conduct" with adults and minors.
In a recent interview , Ezzati said that Precht will again be allowed to celebrate Mass publicly. In November , the Chilean bishops posted a list of priests found guilty under civil or canon law, and updated the list occasionally over the next five years. Precht was missing on the lists dated and , but he appears on lists dated , and , under the sub-category of those sentenced under canon law.
The bishops removed the list of names from their website in August Comunicado del Arzobispado de Santiago sobre Pbro. Precht, la biografia no autorizada , LaTercera, Ezzati por fin de condena de Precht: Admitted in March to "sexual misconduct" while working as a priest in Chile from to Robinson was assigned to Boston, MA when he made the admission; he also acknowledged that he'd had "sexual relations" with a year-old boy in a parish rectory there.
Robinson returned to Australia in April , before civil authorities could investigate. He was allowed to resume ministry in Australia in He died October 4, Not included at any time on the Chilean bishops' public list of guilty clerics.
This list of names was first posted on the website of the bishops' conference in November and was occasionally updated. The bishops removed the list of names in August , replacing it with a one-page document giving only tallies of those found guilty under canon or civil law.
Robinson Obituary , Herald Sun Tributes, Arrested in June on charges of sexually abusing at least ten high school students after one of the victims went to the police. The victims had attended San Francisco de Isis boarding school, where Rogel was an administrator. Rogel abused them on school grounds, giving them money in exchange for sexual favors.
The bishop of Villarrica declared Rogel's suspension from ministry. In August , the Temuco prosecutor said that Villarrica bishop Francisco Javier Stegmeier Schmidlin had had "direct knowledge" of Rogel's crimes, but did not report them. On August 20, , Rogel was convicted of sexually abusing four minors repeatedly from to A few days later, he was sentenced to 10 years and one day in prison.
The prosecution had recommended a 15 -year prison sentence. Witnesses testified to similar abuses dating back to the early 90s, if not earlier , but the statute of limitations had been reached for those crimes. His sentence was upheld after a court of appeals rejected mistrial motion by the defense.
Suspendido ministerio a sacerdote acusado de abuso sexual , Iglesia. Deteienen en Chile a un sacerdote acusado de abuso sexual a menores , periodistadigital. Condenan a sacerdote de Cunco por abusos sexuales contra cuatro menores de edad , La Tercera, Accused in a lawsuit of abusing a student of the Salesian Institute in Valdivia in , when the student was a year-old boy. Rojas was deputy director and a religion teacher. In the school psychologist expressed concern to the school principal after 10 students came to him about Rojas' behavior.
When the psychologist said he would go to the press if Rojas wasn't removed, Rojas was sent out of the country, on a mission to Conakry in Guinea. Committed suicide in February Ezzati was then director of the Society. Fallecimiento del Padre Rimsky Rojas sdb , Iglesia. In , Bishop Quintana Jorquera, C.
Rojas was director of the school When and where the alleged abuse occurred, as well as the nature of the abuse and the gender and age of the victims, is unknown. According to news reports, Rojas had been investigated in for the alleged misappropriation of 50 million pesos from the Vallenar school. He was suspended from ministry in September In July , the bishop announced that the Congregation for the Clergy had permanently removed Rojas from the clerical state, having verified his "abusive behavior with adults and with a minor, in addition to other serious crimes.
Since , the canonical crime of child sexual abuse has been the exclusive responsibility of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. It is unclear why the Congregation for the Clergy issued a ruling on Rojas's case.
Sometime in or , Rojas was added to the Chilean bishops' public list of guilty priests, under the sub-category of those sentenced under canon law. His name is not on the July 26, version of the list but it is on the July 25, version. Iglesia chilena investiga a otro sacerdote por abuso de menores , periodistadigital, Arrested in the city of Salamanca [Choapa Province, Coquimbo Region] in November on charges of sexually assaulting a 14 year-old boy. He was suspended from ministry and prohibited from returning to the city for a year.
His name appeared under the sub-category of priests sentenced under canon law. Accused in September of conduct that could constitute a crime against canon law, according to the diocese.
Bishop Alejandro Goic of the Rancagua diocese announced a preliminary investigation and suspended him from ministry. The outcome of the investigation is not known. Superior General of the Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales in Chile, Salazar was removed from ministry after he was accused of having sexually abused an adolescent boy at St.
Francis de Sales school in Maipu. The abuse occurred sometime after , into the s. His accuser said that Salazar and Rev. Hector Valdes abused him together "hundreds of times," and that the two priests abused other children. Salazar's accuser presented to the Ecclesiastical Court an audio recording with a conversation between Salazar and the accuser regarding sex between the two priests and young people.
In July , the Vatican announced its determination that Salazar was guilty of sexually abusing a minor, and that Salazar was therefore removed from the clerical state for life. In June , Santiago archbishop Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati announced that the archdiocese's own investigation of the priest had found "credible news of abusive behavior with adults and minors.
Never included on Chilean bishops' public list of guilty clerics during the five years it was public The alleged victim was 16 at the time. Soto was the first cleric to be subject to the Protocol. The alleged victim, who said Soto "ruined his life," also filed a criminal complaint with civil authorities. That case was dismissed in December due to the statute of limitations. In May , Koljatic announced the Church was "unable to establish the existence of a crime" by Soto and that there would be no canonical penal process.
He also noted that the criminal case had been dismissed. Soto's suspension was lifted. He resumed ministry as a substitute priest and chaplain of a home for the elderly in Linares. Soto died on August 31, at age Comunicado del Obispado de Linares , Iglesia. Investigan por supuesto abuso sexual a religioso de Linares , lacuarta. Obispado de Linares, Chile , accessed Admitted in a letter to his superiors that he had sexually abused high schoolers in Berlin, Germany as well as in Spain and Chile in the s and s.
Statt worked in parishes in Chile He left the priesthood in Statt admitted the abuse in a January Der Spiege l interview; subsequently at least 20 of his former students surfaced with allegations against him. In September , the archbishop of Antofagasta, Pablo Lizama, said in an interview with a local newspaper that his diocese was conducting a preliminary investigation of at least two sex abuse allegations implicating priests in his diocese, one of whom "was very affectionate with a boy.
In the interview, Archbishop Lizama said, "There are priests in jail for this in Santiago. Towards the end of , Archbishop Lizama submitted his resignation due to health problems.
One and a half years passed before the Vatican named Lizama's successor, Ignacio Ducasse, in early June Ducasse assumed his new position as archbishop of Antofagasta at the end of August. As of January , there had been no public updates to the former archbishop's interview.
The Church has provided no information concerning the church's investigation of these cases, the welfare of the victim s , the identity of the accused priests, or their current status and whereabouts. Arzobispado de Antofaga investiga dos denuncias pro presunto abuso sexual de sacerdotes , by Ignacio Araya, soychile. Ignacio Ducasse, nuevo arzobispo de Antofagasta , Iglesia. Sacerdote permanece alejado de todo cargo pastoral tras denuncia por abuso sexual , by Nicole Briones, BioBioChile, Abusos sexuales ahora en Villarrica: The alleged victims testified that they were "groped and covered with kisses on numerous occasions" by Valdebenito between June and August , while they were preparing for their first communion.
In April , the National Service for Minors Sename filed a criminal complaint on behalf of the mother of one of the victims and the grandmother of the other victim. In response, according to the grandmother, the bishop, Miguel Caviedes Medina, who retired in , said he would punish Valdebenito by giving him a good yank on his ears.
Other alleged victims came forth to testify against Valdebenito. They included three altar boys of Negrete who testified to sleeping in the nude in the clergy house with Valdebenito, who invited them to his bedroom, tossed them on his bed, and kissed them on the mouth.
The boys also testified that the priest had them bathe nude in a nearby river. This was verified by an eyewitness. In addition, two other minors testified that they were molested by Valdebenito beginning in while attending his parish in preparation for their first communion. The March allegations involving the children age 10 and age 12 were formally investigated and deemed credible in April Bishop Caviedes announced Valdebenito's suspension from ministry but said he considered him innocent as long as secular authorities were unable to prove otherwise.
Later that month, a court of appeals upheld the results of the investigation. Valdebenito did not turn himself in to authorities and was not taken into custody. He appealed to the Supreme Court and was exonerated the following month in a decision. The lawyer who represented the two minors attributed the Supreme Court ruling in part to the fact that certain members of the Court were also professors at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
However, the case against him was not reopened. He maintained his innocence throughout and called the sex abuses charges against him a political conspiracy. He died of a heart attack in September Despite the numerous allegations against him, Valdebenito was never included in the Chilean bishops' public list of clerics deemed guilty under canon or civil law.
Suprema libera a sacerdote Enrique Valdebenito , emol. A former Superior and founder of the Chilean branch of the Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales, Valdes was convicted in of sexually abusing two minors. There were multiple allegations of abuse against him. He was suspected of the rape of an altar boy in Lebu who took his own life at age 13, in Francis de Sales School chapel, where Valdes was chaplain.
The boy called the police. A public prosecutor filed a case, but it was abruptly closed. Another accuser said he was abused over a four-year period, beginning when he was 15 years old, in Roberto Salazar sexually abused him together, "hundreds of times. The director of a branch of St. Paula was later alleged to have sexually abused girls at Ursuline schools. Provincial Superior of the Jesuits ' Chilean province First accused in late and early of "incidents" that occurred The church did not specify the age or gender of the victim s or the nature of the allegations.
Additional evidence emerged in early , and he was replaced by a new Provincial Superior. The results of an internal investigation were released in November A month later, a new allegation led to another formal investigation, and Valenzuela was suspended from ministry. The priest issued a public statement, admitting to "mistakes" but not "crimes. In August , the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith decided not to open a canonical process, and authorized the Provincial Superior to determine disciplinary measures, if any, against Valenzuela.
As of August , Valenzuela remained a priest in Chile. The Jesuits' website links to an August 9, op-ed in a Chilean newspaper co-written by Valenzuela. It seems he currently works at or is affiliated with Villa Padre Hurtado , a Catholic establishment for the elderly. Not included on Chilean bishops' list of guilty clerics. Jesuitas Chile magazine , April [See pg. Restringen ejercicio sacerdotal de jesuita Eugenio Valenzuela por denuncia en su contra , by A.
Recortes , Chilean bishops' conference website, Denunciantes de ex provincial de los jesuitas revelan graves antecedentes en su contra , emol. Los que no marchan , Eugenio Valenzuela SJ et al. Ex sacerdote angolino fue acusado de abusos a menores , elmarchiguano. Curas en la mira: Arrested and jailed in September on suspicion of sexually abusing three girls, one of whom he raped. The rape victim was twelve years old; the other girls were between 13 and The abuses occurred over several years beginning in the early s.
All three girls were in the church choir in the rural town of Putaendo, where Valenzuela, known as "Fr. Civil authorities learned of his crimes when one of the victims, by then 20, filed a criminal complaint.
At Valenzuela's trial in , Camilo Vial, bishop of San Felipe from to , testified that in he had been informed by a nun that a year-old girl at the Carmelitas School of San Felipe had confessed to her that she had been molested by Valenzuela.
However, a separate media outlet reported that that same girl had in fact been raped and impregnated by Valenzuela, before having an abortion. Ten years later, he requested to return to San Felipe; Vial assigned him to be vicar and parish administrator in Putaendo. Contreras said a member of the Putaendo parish came to him and reported that he had seen a girl leave Valenzuela's office in a "deeply affected" state.
Contreras took up the matter with the deacon of Putaendo, who expressed concern that Valenzuela had been spending long periods of time in his office with the girl.
Contreras met with Valenzuela, who told him that he had an "attachment problem" which he'd already discussed with Vial. Contreras, in his testimony, said he didn't deem it necessary to take any concrete action, as no formal complaints had been brought against Valenzuela. In June , the Vatican announced Valenzuela's removal from the clerical state.
Six months later, in December , Bishop Vial stated publicly that, in reference to what had happened in , "there was no clarity" about the procedures that one ought to follow in response to suspected child sex abuse by a cleric.
The archbishop of Santiago, Ricardo Ezzati, pronounced his support for Vial, who he said "acted with rectitude and with the knowledge of the time. Later in December , Valenzuela was convicted in a court of law of the rape and repeated sexual abuse of the twelve-year-old girl, who, it was revealed, had been nine years old when he first began molesting her. In January , Valenzuela was sentenced to 15 years and one day in jail and ordered to pay his victim 10 million pesos.
He was absolved of the accusations involving the other two girls due to insufficient evidence. Included as of August on Chilean bishops' public list of guilty clerics. Ex sacerdote de Putaendo fue encontrado culpable de abusos a menores , El Mercurio, Comunicado del Arzobispado de Santiago , Comunicaciones Santiago, Links are provided to the publicly filed court documents and mainstream media articles that are the sources for this database, and a factual summary of the allegations is provided for each accused person.
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Leturia was first accused publicly in September , when the newspaper La Tercera reported that a victim had filed criminal complaint against him.
One year into his six-year term as rector, he was removed due to inappropriate conduct. The Provincial Superior of the Jesuits said that Leturia's exit "had to do with alcohol, various incidents, and an indirect complaint from a family. I don't recall the details, but a father said something or other about sexual conduct with a boy, and that was the impetus for him [Leturia] leaving the school a few days later.
Beginning in the early s, he worked at Colegio San Ignacio El Bosque in Santiago, where he taught and was a spiritual adviser. In , the Jesuits sent him to the United States for treatment, ostensibly for his alcoholism. However when he returned to Santiago in , his ministry was restricted to working with adults only. In July , a Chilean prosecutor received an email from a former Colegio San Mateo student who said that Leturia sexually abused him while the priest was rector of the school.
The victim provided the names of others who he said had similar experiences and would be available to testify. Prosecutors opened an investigation and met with Society of Jesus officials to substantiate the allegations. The Jesuits admitted that they had received a complaint in February and had suspended Leturia the following month.
In September , a criminal complaint was filed with a Santiago court, formally accusing Leturia of sexual abuse in at the Osorno school. The abuse included "touches and measurement of genitals. Because for me they never did. I did it to help the lads as a way to help their growth, their self-esteem The Provincial Superior said that, despite the accusation, it was not the Society's intention to expel Leturia from the congregation because "we can give him more help.
He is a brother who has problems. Though the statute of limitations had been reached for the sex abuse allegations, the alleged victim said he presented the complaint "as a measure of pressure to reach a legal agreement, that is, compensation for moral damages from what occurred," and that he hoped "the crimes never happened again and that Leturia is investigated and prosecuted.
In January , an appeals courts unanimously dismissed the case. In November , the Chilean bishops released a list of 18 clerics "with restricted ministry because of serious crimes against minors. The other 8, including Leturia, were listed as priests "who have received a canonical sentence statute of limitations reached, absolved, suspended, or in process in the criminal justice system.
His actions were first exposed in a television report that tracked and described his movements. He was thereby arrested and suspended from ministry. The case was brought to court by the National Service for Minors Sename. In Chile since High-ranking Legionary, chaplain and spiritual director at the Legionaries' prestigious school, Colegio Cumbres , in Las Condes commune, Santiago.
Accused in July of two separate charges of sexual abuse of two girls, who were sisters and Colegio Cumbres students. O'Reilly allegedly abused the older girl, beginning when she was 8 years old, from to , and the younger girl, beginning when she was 4 years old, during The abuse of the younger girl was revealed when the mother of the girls reported it to school officials. O'Reilly was suspended from ministry and placed on house arrest in September during investigation.
Convicted in October of repeatedly molesting the younger girl at Colegio Cumbres, beginning when she was age 4 in March and continuing off and on until July O'Reilly abused her in the school's administrative offices, where he touched her genitals and buttocks beneath her clothing.
The victim testified that O'Reilly, after locking the door and closing the curtains, lowered her pants and placed candies on her genitals and anus. In November , he was sentenced to four years and one day of "supervised freedom.
He maintained his innocence throughout. On grounds of insufficient evidence, he was absolved of abusing the victim's older sister. In early , he was stripped of his Chilean citizenship; later that year he was served with an expulsion order to leave the country upon completion of his sentence in December In August , the Vatican opened a canonical process against him.
In September , the Appeals Court of Santiago revoked the expulsion order, on grounds that he was a Chilean citizen at the time that he committed the abuse.
In effect, the National Congress had conferred him citizenship in for his service to the country. He was not denaturalized until the year after the guilty verdict. In December , he was spotted dining at an expensive Santiago restaurant with the former mayor of Providencia.
O'Reilly's name was added to the Chilean bishops' list of guilty clerics in the second half of -- he does not appear on the list dated July 25, but he is named on the list dated November 17, , in the sub-category of those "convicted in civil matters for crimes against minors committed by persons who were clergy at the time of the commission of crime. Teacher at a number of Marists schools, including the Chacabuco Institute of the Andes.
He disclosed the abuse in to Marist brother Mariano Varona, who stated in a interview that he informed his provincial at the time. Varona said the provincial did nothing. Alegria's most recent assignment was in computer services at the Marists' general house in Rome, Gerardo Araujo Sarabia, O. In August , the Talca diocese announced a preliminary investigation of Arriagada for alleged child sexual abuse and his suspension from ministry.
Juan Alberto Arroyo Sanhueza. Listed on the San Felipe diocesan website in October among priests of the diocese. Unknown diocese s Chile Washington D. Francisco Javier Cartes Aburto, C.
Taught at a Marist school in Chile, having arrived in Investigated for the alleged abuse of one of the school's students. Brother Luis Castillo Santander, S. Brother Luis Cornejo Silva, S. In September the Marists filed a complaint with the prosecutor's office against Cornejo. Cornejo has reportedly been in a "vegetative state" after having been stabbed in August, in Cochabamba, Bolivia. The stabbing occurred just before Cornejo was to return to Chile after the Marists informed him of allegations that he had sexually abused a male student at Rafael Ariztia Institute.
Cornejo was said to have acknowledged the veracity of the allegation. Per the Marists, Cornejo had multiple victims. Brother Adolfo Fuentes Corral, S. Jorge Enrique Galaz Espinoza, F. According to the Jesuits , the cleric was transferred 'immediately' to the San Ignacio Residence in Santiago, where he is prohibited from contact with minors and adolescents without 'the presence of other responsible adults" and is limited to domestic chores.
In June the restrictions were extended to another five years. Former students had come forward in and , having found one another via Facebook.
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