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Most of the cases detailed below involve abuse that has occurred since 2000 and was reported to law enforcement quickly -- within just a few years of occurrence. The girls were members of the parish where Aguirre worked, in the Santiago municipality of Quilicura [Santiago Province].
We know from Catholic abuse data published elsewhere that such cases comprise a small fraction of the total scope of the problem. The abuse of the two children lasted from 1999 to 2002. Tato." He worked at a number of Catholic girls' schools, including in Honduras, where he had been sent in 1994 by Cardinal Carlos Oviedo (Santiago archbishop 1990-1998) following earlier reports of child sexual abuse.
Cornell Bradley, SJ Brother Jesús Castañeda, SM Brother Adolpho Fuentes, SM Rev. At the time, the boy's family filed a complaint with civil authorities, and then-bishop Sergio Contreras Navia suspended Méndez from ministry.
The alleged abuse occurred in the early 1990s in the town of Galvarino, also in the Temuco diocese.
In Australia, which has half as many Catholics as Chile and a comparable number of active priests and brothers (around 5,000), a recently concluded government inquiry counted child sex abuse allegations against more than 1,100 male clergy. Her confessors included Archbishop Cox, who was suspected at the time of sexual abuse.
A year later, civil authorities told Aguinaldo that he would have to leave Chile upon completion of his sentence in 2017.
A church investigation had uncovered 20 victims of Precht, ranging from age 15 to 35. The Church was guilty of failing to act with care to prevent future crimes, the judge said.
Yet Precht is now allowed again to say Mass publicly, Ezzati said; he has regained “his fundamental exercise of the rights he has as a presbyter." Ezzati's lenience toward Precht is reflected in the Chilean bishops' latest abuse policy: Care and Hope: Guidelines of the Episcopal Conference of Chile to Deal with the Cases of Sexual Abuse of Minors. It instead gives the bishop the option of a range of penalties (see paragraph 60, page 42). Francisco Javier Cartes Aburto, CMF Bishop Cristián Contreras Molina, OLM Brother Luis Cornejo Silva, SM Archbishop Francisco José Cox Huneeus, Schön Rev. Aguirre was released from prison in November 2012, 24 months early, sparking concern among residents of the Santo Domingo district where he decided to locate.
It is worth noting that the factors that have caused significant disclosure elsewhere of secret church files and abusive priests’ names – widespread litigation by victims, investigations of church entities by prosecutors, and inquiries by government commissions – have not so far occurred in Chile. In September 2002, the day after a mother accused Aguirre of abusing her two daughters, Aguirre again was allowed by Santiago archdiocesan leaders to flee Chile for Honduras. After the priest's arrest, more victims came forward.
This list, then, is a fraction of the total number of accused clerics who would be known if Chile's church leaders were required to report to law enforcement, if its legal system allowed victims more time to bring criminal and civil charges, or if dioceses and religious orders were investigated by prosecutors or state commissions. Julio Raúl Inostroza Caro Brother Luis Izquierdo, SM Rev. One girl said she had revealed Aguirre's crimes to other priests during confession and was told merely to pray about it.This is our second database of accused clergy in Latin America (see our Argentina database); we eventually will produce accused priest databases for all countries with significant Catholic populations. Jose Andres Aguirre Ovalle Brother Armando Alegría, SM Rev. Alegria's most recent assignment was in computer services at the Marists' general house in Rome, 2011-2017.