A report by CIPER, a Chilean center for investigative journalism, found that the school’s primary concern was to report the abuse to the diocese before civil authorities or the victim’s family. Emotiva Eucarista de despedida en Victoria al prroco Carlos Aedo del Sagrado Corazn, Iglesia.cl, Suspenden a sacerdote de Purn por denuncia de abuseo sexual ocurrido hace 27 aos, biobiochile, Sacerdote de Purén fue suspendido tras acusación de abuso sexual a menor, Cooperativa.cl, Vicar of education of San Bernardo diocese until 2007. Committed suicide in September 2010 after admitting to church officials that he had grabbed the buttocks of a 14-year-old schoolboy and tried to kiss him during confession.They openly reinstate, for instance, priests who have faced multiple allegations of abuse. Juan Carlos González Deacon Luis Rubio González Rev. In June 2003, a Chilean court sentenced Aguirre to 12 years in prison for the crime of “abuso deshonesto” against nine girls and statutory rape against a tenth victim.Chile’s senior churchman, Santiago archbishop Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati, announced in December 2016 that Cristián Precht Bañados had fulfilled his canonical sentence of five years’ suspension from ministry. (He reportedly had raped and impregnated at least one girl when she was age 13.) Aguirre thus became the first Chilean priest to be convicted of sexually abusing children. Méndez reportedly had been placed under house arrest during the ensuing civil investigation but ultimately was acquitted.
Plácido Soto Quiroz Unnamed Marist Brothers Unnamed Priests Rev. Aguinaldo was sentenced January 2012 to a 4-year, 200-day probation rather than the eight years in prison requested by the prosecutor.
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Bishop presents this profile of child sex abuse in the Chilean church in the hopes of facilitating more disclosure and more accountability. In 2017 a former Chacabuco Institute student told a reporter that Alegría sexually abused him beginning when he was 13 years old in 1977.
[Ver también el banco de datos en español.] Bishop has examined news and court archives and identified nearly 80 clergy in Chile publicly accused of sexually abusing minors. Not named in the Chilean bishops' original list of 18 guilty clerics, published November 11, 2011, but named in all subsequent iterations of the list, from 2012 to 2016.
The database reveals the distinctive aspects of the Catholic abuse crisis in Chile, and the degree to which much remains hidden. Domingo Mileo Toledo, OFM Deacon Hugo Montes Brunet Rev. Ricardo Muñoz Quinteros Deacon José Miguel Narváez Valenzuela Rev. Eduardo Olivares Martínez Bishop Marco Antonio Órdenes Fernández Rev. In August 2016, the bishops unpublished the list of names, replacing it with a list of tallies.
B., the bishop of San José de Temuco, sent the case to the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.