The Diocese of Jefferson City

A Case Study of Clergy Sexual Abuse

Monday, October 28, 2013

Childproof 46: Be It a Sin to Covet Honor, Part III

 


Page 46

 

Dear Bishop Gaydos

John C. Nienstedt
Archbishop
St. Paul-Minneapolis
Trembling to the Reckoning is not just a
map to retrace where we’ve been in the
decades old pedophile priest tragedy.
Belinda Martinez, the author, also has
given us a predicator for the future
safety of children and vulnerable adults
living within a culture of abuse nurtured
by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
(USCCB) and the global management
structure that oversees the benchmarks
and best practices ignored by the failed
leadership in this country.

Walking this labyrinth with eyes open is
as frightening as it is maddening.  The
message we find along this pathway is
that the American bishops prefer to ape
the philosophy of Wall Street Gangsters and greedy Too-Big-To-Fail Banksters who created our current financial morass.  In other words, if you get screwed over it is because you are not smart enough to understand the deal.

Consequently, if we are to believe your Minnesota colleague,
John C. Nienstdet, the archbishop of St. Paul-Minneapolis, then
we also must accept the Boy Who Cried Wolf as a soothsayer.

Nienstedt Lawyers Up
Harry J. Flynn
Archbishop-Emeritus
St. Paul-Minneapolis
1995-2008
Nienstedt now promises in his
24 October 2013 Catholic Spirit
newspaper column that after
months of unsavory disclosures
intends to restore trust in the
Church and his administration.
In other words, the archdiocesan
child predator program does not
protect children in the Minnesota
from pedophile priests. 

And like Captain Louis Renault in
the film Casablanca, Nienstedt is
shocked — shocked” to find out
that the public now understands
that his administration continues
to protect child molesters.
  

“We have indeed created many policies, procedures
and practices designed to prevent and address clergy
sexual misconduct.  The new independent Task Force
will review all of this and hopefully tell us what we
can do better. I am committed to implementing
those recommendations.

So Nienstedt now intends to create another task force to investigate the matter even though those procedures and best practices are supposed to be in place with the Clergy Review Board and the Office for the Protection of Children and Young People: 

“There are some additional aspects here that
are clearer to me now,” Nienstedt admits in
his newspaper column.  “There is reason to
question whether or not the policies and
procedures were uniformly followed. There
is also a question as to the prudence of the
judgments that have been made.

“Since 2002, when the national Charter for
the Protection of Children and Young People
was adopted and sweeping changes were made
in every Catholic diocese here in the United
States, we all hoped and believed that the
horror of sexual abuse of minors by clergy
was behind us. Yet, the painful reality is
that abuse did not stop in 2002. This is
unacceptable. As the head of this local
Church, I know that the ultimate
responsibility here is mine. My heart
is heavy with the agony that these
errors have caused.”

Translation: We’ve lawyered up.

Nienstedt’s Personal History
John R. Roach
Archbishop

St. Paul-Minneapolis
1975-1995
Makes a Bad Situation Worse
If anything, the situation has become
worse when we consider that the
Minnesota Catholic Conference made
the same pledge in the 1980’s, the
1990’s, and in the 2000’s.  And
whenever the network of criminal
conspiracy is exposed, revealing a
sickening, organized campaign to
shield child molesters from the
police and American justice system,
we have to ask ourselves why won’t
the archbishop implement and maintain
the Church’s program to protect the
vulnerable already in place.

Nienstedt’s new vow is as meaningless as newspaper pulp in this age of digital technology.  He is part of the team that attempted to manipulate the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People to favor pedophile priests. 

Nienstedt trained at the knee of Adam Cardinal Maida, archbishop-emeritus of Detroit (1990 to 2009) — a calculating canon lawyer and civil attorney — who has advised the USCCB for more than 40 years in methods of skirting the law, protecting assets, and tampering with witnesses and evidence.
 
Nienstedt’s Mentor Crafted Hard
Ball Rules to Protect Pedophiles
Adam Cardinal Maida
Archbishop-Emeritus

Detroit, Mich.
1990-2009
Maida was ordained in 1956 for the Diocese
of Pittsburgh, Pa.  In 1958, his boss, Bishop
John Dearden sent Maida to Rome to study
Canon Law (JCL, Pontifical Lateran
University, 1960).   Four years later,
Maida received his Juris Doctor (JD,
Duquesne University, 1964). 
 
He then was admitted to the bar for the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
certified to practice before the U.S.
Supreme Court.  Maida is a former
president of Canon Law Society (1968),
and was vice chancellor and general
counsel (1965-1983) for Pittsburgh.  He
followed in the footsteps of Dearden
(1958-1980) as archbishop of Detroit
10 years later.

In 2005, Maida, who is a former bishop of Green Bay, Wisc. (1984 to 1990), lobbied the USCCB to change the draft document for the Charter to state that pedophile priests should be granted a second chance even after their actions became public knowledge.
 
According to a report in the 7 June 2002 New York Times: 

“Cardinal Maida said . . . that the provision of the draft that gives a second chance to those who have only one accusation against them needs to be revised,” Cardinal Maida said.

“I think that’s problematic,” Cardinal Maida said.  “How do you know one instance?  What does that mean?  I do think it’s cause for confusion, and I believe it has to be more clearly explained or taken out all together . . . ,” Maida said.

“I can tell you I know where my heart is in this matter and I just want to see it to be so clean, as clean as it can be in human experience,” he said.

Flynn Supports Predator Protection Strategy
Supporting Maida in the same New York Times article, Archbishop Harry J. Flynn, chairman of the ad hoc Charter committee, told the media that the bishops anguished over what to do about the old cases of child abuse. 

“A large enough minority” of bishops, experts,
and lay people had, Flynn said, wanted some
“flexibility” to judge the future of some priests
on an individual basis. 
 

“We need to believe in the possibility of
conversion and we need to believe in the
possibility that people can grow, people
can turn a corner,” Archbishop Flynn said.
“Psychologically, medically, we would be
fools if we were to say that someone
cannot grow,” he said.
 

According a media statement issued on 24 April 2002, Cardinal Maida claimed that behavioral scientists think “it’s not truly a pedophilia-type problem but a homosexual-type problem.”  He said bishops need to “cope with and address” the extent of a homosexual element in Catholic seminaries. 

Nienstedt, of course, still pushes this agenda.  In 2013, he spent more than $600,000 to defeat marriage equality and deny American citizens justice under the law.

The fact that senior U.S. churchman have led the cover-up of this scandal has shaken the trust of the American laity, including (left to right):  Justin Cardinal Rigali, archbishop of St. Louis, Mo. (1994-2003) and Philadelphia, Pa. (2003-2011); Adam Cardinal Maida, archbishop of Detroit, Mich. (1990-2009); and Roger Cardinal Mahony, archbishop of Los Angeles (1985-2011).  The other members of this gang are Francis Cardinal George, archbishop of Chicago and a bevy of retired, but still active, archbishops: Bernard Cardinal Law of Boston, Theodore Cardinal McCarrick of Washington, Edward Cardinal Egan of New York, William Cardinal Keeler of Baltimore, Anthony  J. Bevilacqua of Philadelphia, H.E. William Cardinal Baum of Washington, Edmund Cardinal Szoka of Detroit and Cardinal James Francis Stafford of Denver.  The the American theologian Avery Cardinal Dulles (1918-2008) also was a member of this gang.
 
Along with Roger Cardinal Mahony, the disgraced archbishop of Los Angeles, Nienstedt also champions Maida and his strategy to protect sexual predators.

Mahony was stripped of his public and administrative duties earlier this year, but he continues to explain away the criminal behavior of ordained sexual predators, saying that only “a small number of cases did arise” during his tenure.  And without any sense of shame, Mahony participated in the March papal conclave that elected Francis I.   

“I sought advice from several other Bishops across the country, including Cardinal John O’Connor of New York, Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago, and then Bishop Adam Maida of Green Bay . . . . I have stated time and time again that I made mistakes, especially in the mid-1980s.  I apologized for those mistakes, and committed myself to make certain that the Archdiocese was safe for everyone.”

Apparently calling the cops never crossed his mind, but time will tell if he’s yet fully revealed them.  The Los Angeles Times reports that an additional 45 religious orders will release the personnel files of their accused clergy this fall.

Punishing the Good Guys
Thomas J. Gumbleton
Auxiliary Bishop-Emeritus

Detroit, Mich.
1968-2007
Maida, with Vatican support, relieved
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton of episcopal
duties on 21 Jan. 2006.  The retired
Detroit auxiliary bishop provided
written
testimony to the Ohio House Judiciary
Committee 10 days earlier that explained
his support for a bill to extend the statute
of limitations to 20 years past the victim’s
18th birthday.  The well-known peace
activists also informed the Ohio legislature
that a priest sexually abused him in the
9th and 10th grades.

A year later, on 21 Jan. 2007, Maida then
dismissed Gumbleton as pastor of St. Leo
Church, five days before his 84rd. 
Gumbleton,
who is the founding president of PaxChristi,

was appointed pastor of the Michigan parish
in 1983. 

According the National Catholic Reporter (NCR), Maida accused Gumbleton of violating “communio episcoporum” (the communion of bishops) and other canons by speaking in support of extending the statute of limitations for cases of sexual abuse by clergy.

By leaving the physical boundaries of Detroit archdiocese to testify in the Columbus, Ohio, diocese to give testimony in support of something the bishops in that region were against, he violation Canon Law.  Without explicit permission from the bishop of a diocese, public speaking about political and moral positions is prohibited.

Bishop Gumbleton and Victims
Gumbleton, who also is a canon lawyer, is the only American bishop to address a session of the Survivors Network for those Abused by Priests (SNAP).  At the organization’s 7 Nov. 2007 Call to Action national conference in Milwaukee, the prominent human rights activist told survivors and their supporters: 

“My testimony made the points on why we need to make this change,” he said at the SNAP Call to Action conference session Nov. 4. “I also, I thought about this, and thought maybe the most persuasive thing I can tell you people is that I’m a victim.” 

“I don’t have any great anger against the bishops, Gumbleton said. “I feel bad for our church basically. I just feel we’re missing an opportunity to be healed because we don’t want to look at the deep problems that exist. And sooner or later we’re going to be forced to do that.” 

Gumbleton also supports New Ways Ministries.

Frederick F. Campbell
Bishop

Columbus, Ohio
The board of director of the Catholic
Conference of Ohio, which includes
former St. Paul-Minneapolis auxiliary,
Frederick F. Campbell, now bishop of
Columbus, continues to oppose the bill
extending the statute of limitations for
child abuse victims.  They also oppose
any provision that would give a one-year
look-back period that allowed people
to come forward with allegations that
had ran past the statute of limitations.
Campbell also is chairman of the board
of Trustees of the Pontifical College
Josephinum (see Childproof 10).

John R. Roach, archbishop of St. Paul-Minneapolis, ordained
Campbell on 31 May 1980.  Campbell was promoted to auxiliary
bishop on 2 March 1999, and consecrated by Harry J. Flynn on
14 May 1999.  Campbell was then appointed in 2002 as rector
of Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity of the University of
St. Thomas, St. Paul.  He was appointed the 11th bishop of
Columbus on 14 Oct. 2004.



We are fascinated now watching Flynn’s successor, John C. Nienstedt, attempt to further explain away the pedophile mindset and predator culture of the championed by the executive leadership of the archdiocese for at least 30 years.  Nienstedt, who wrapped himself in a blanket morality and virtue to attack those supporting marriage equality, is a directly involved in Church’s child molestation cover-up and actions as bishop of New Ulm and an auxiliary in Detroit offer little comfort to those interested in justice, honesty, and transparency.

Undeterred by his child molester crisis, Nienstedt tapped into more than $600,000 of archdiocesan investment income in October 2012 to engage in a political campaign to defeat the marriage equality amendment on November 6 Minnesota ballot.  Minnesota voters rejected the amendment by five percentage points so that same-sex couples now are able to marry in the Land of Sky Blue Waters.

Despite voter approval, Nienstedt then lobbied the Minnesota Legislature to defeat bills codifying marriage equality.  His effort failed again when Governor Mark Dayton signed marriage equality bill into law, making Minnesota the nation’s 12th state to approve gay marriage.

Restating the Obvious
Nienstedt published 24 October 2013 a commentary in his own newspaper, The Catholic Spirit with this disingenuous headline:  My Pledge to Restore Trust.
 
According to Nienstedt: 

“We must also empower the community, particularly
children and parents, by educating them about the
warning signs of abuse, the inherent dignity of
the human person, and how children can protect
themselves from unjust intrusions of others.  We
must help them to be able to verbalize and disclose
abuse, especially when it involves a member of the
clergy or some other abuse of sacred trust.

“Further, we must be open to research and
development, gaining insight from psychology,
sociology and forensic sciences. We must learn
from what has gone wrong in the past and avoid
any repeat of that in the future.
 

“We must also be committed to honesty and
transparency. This must be the result of our
own self-examination, inner purification and
spiritual renewal. Parishioners rightly expect
their clergy to be men of God and to be holy
by pursuing personal conversion daily.

And, of course, we must cooperate with civil
authorities. We are citizens of our community,
too, and our very calling as Christian disciples
impels us to always seek the common good
of society.

“Jesus taught that those who caused the little
ones to trip and fall would not escape the
demands of retribution (Matthew 18:6). Sexual
misconduct by Catholic clergy creates the worst
type of scandal: It calls into question our credibility
as agents of God’s grace.

 
Victims and Supporters: 
Don’t Call Us


Cathedral of St. Paul
St. Paul, Minn.
Translation, again: We’ve lawyered up.  
The archdiocese under Flynn’s management
never responded to the victims of pedophile
priests; and Phyllis Willerscheidt, who was
director of the Office for the Protection
of Children and Young People, followed suit.


Last week when we contacted Nienstedt’s
office to report a sexual predator, his
secretary, Deborah K. Thielen was less
than helpful.  Ms. Thielen also seemed
to feel insulted and/or threatened by
the information we attempted to
communicate to her boss.

We have not harmed the Church.  We have exposed members of the hierarchy, their crimes, and the grave damage to their integrity.

So now we must suffer anew Nienstedt’s warped and radical view of what child protection means.  And in the Twin Cities this means another ad hoc committee will “review” this new crime spree dismissing laws and benchmarks that we already have in place. 

Pretending the Charter was never promulgated in this Mississippi River town in a crass attempt to dress up mutton as lamb or to recapture Nienstedt’s lost virginity.  Another attempt to conceal facts behind a wall of secrecy and labeling anyone who advocates transparency and justice a traitor or viper is not the answer.

We must remember, too, that law alone will not change or correct the pedophile mindset of the American bishops nor will it protect the vulnerable.  Nienstedt and the American hierarchy need a change in attitude and opinion if their institution is to be portrayed as caring for children and adults alike.

We suggest again that Nienstedt review Trembling to the Reckoning by Belinda Martinez, which follows. 

 
http://webzoom.freewebs.com/cometothestable/Trembling_to_the_Reckoning_2004.pdf


APPENDIX III:     Alleged Sexual Offenders and Their Respective
                         Parishes/Assignments

City
Parish/Assignment
Perpetrators
 
Adrian
St. Adrian
Adamson
 
Akeley
St. John
Bernauer
 
Albany
Mother of Mercy Retirement Home
Seven Dolars
Eidenschenk

Eckroth/Eidenschenk
 
Albert Lea
St. Theodore
Adamson/Curtis
 
Alexandria
St. Mary
Rieder
 
Anoka
Crosier Community

St. Stephen
Funcheon/Greiwe/
Van Sloun
Van Sloun/Weger
 
Apple Valley
Risen Savior
Adamson
 
Argyle
St. Rose of Lima
Carriere
 
Austin
Queen of Angels
Pacelli High School
St. Augustine
St. Edward
Nelson
Nelson
Krough/Nelson
Krough/Surprenant
 
Avoca
St. Rose of Lima
L. Smith
 
Avon
St. Benedict
Blumeyer
 
Badger
St. Mary
Bernauer
 
Barry
St. Barnabus
Plathe
 
Bechyn
St. Mary
Skoblik
 
Belle Prairie
Holy Family
Krakovsky/R. Smith
 
Bemidji
St. Philip
Bernauer/Boyd/
Carriere/Porter
 
Benson
St. Francis
Roney
 
Bertha
St. Joseph
Kujawa/Thoennes
 
Birch Coulee
St. Patrick
Heitzer
 
Blackduck
St. Ann
Carriere
 
Bloomington
St. Edward
Dudley
 
Blue Earth
SS. Peter & Paul
L. Smith
 
Blue Grass
St. Hubert
Kujawa
 
Bluffton
St. John the Baptist
Garding
 
Brainerd
St. Francis
St. Joseph’s Hospital/
Medical Center
Makowski
Blanchard/Toporwicz
 
Breckenridge
St. Mary of the Presentation
Kujawa
 
Brewster
Sacred Heart
Curtis
 
Brooks
St. Joseph
Carriere
 
Brownsdale
Our Lady of Loretto
Krough
 
Brownsville
St. Patrick
Rush
 
Buffalo
Christ the King Retreat Center
St. Francis Xavier
Dean
Reynolds
 
Caledonia
St. John the Baptist
St. Mary
Adamson
Pete
 
Canby
St. Peter
Guetter
 
Cedar Lake
St. Patrick
Kapoun
 
Clearwater
St. Luke
Heitzer
 
Cloquet
St. Casimir
Puhl
 
Cohasset
St. Augustine
Nicholson
 
Cold Spring
St. Boniface
Gillespie/Hoefgen/Maiers
 
Collegeville
St. John’s Abbey
Bennett/Connoly/
Dahlheimer/Eckroth/
Eidenschenk/Gillespie/
Hoefgen/Kelly/McDonald/
Maiers/Moorse/
Perry/Schulte/
Tarlton/Tegels
Columbia Heights
Immaculate Conception
Adamson/Wajda
Comfrey
St. Paul
Guetter
Coon Rapids
Epiphany
Stevens
Crookston
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Bernauer
Currie
Immaculate Heart
of Mary
Pete
Crystal
St. Raphael
Kapoun/Kolar/LaVann/Wajda
Dawson
St. James
Plathe
Deer River
St. Mary
Blanchard/Nicholson
Deerwood
St. Joseph
Blanchard/Nicholson
Delano
St. Joseph
St. Peter
Wolski/Zasacki
Krakovsky/Zasacki
Dent
Sacred Heart
Thoennes
Duluth
Federal Prison
Holy Family
MN Indian Missions
Holy Rosary Cathedral
St. Anthony
St. Benedict
St. James
St. Mary’s Convent
St. Mary, Star of the Sea
Sacred Heart
Maiers
Dean
Makowski
Blanchard/Klein
Blanchard
Makowski
Nicholson
Klein
Toporwicz
Klein
Dundee
St. Mary
Rush
East Grand Forks
Sacred Heart
Boyd
Edina
Fairview Southdale
    Hospital
Our Lady of Grace
Jeub

Jeub/Kern/Stitts
Ely
St. Anthony
Makowski
Fairmont
St. John Vianney
Hatch
Faribault
Immaculate Conception
DeSutter/Kampa/Marks/Zasacki
Farming
St. Catherine
Blumeyer
Farmington
St. Michael
Marks
Fergus Falls
Our Lady of Victory
R. Smith
Flensburg
Sacred Heart
Kujawa
Foley
St. John
Thoennes
Forest Lake
St. Peter
Heitzer/Kern/
Krautkramer/Zasacki
Fosston
St. Mary
Boyd
Fountain
St. Lawrence O’Toole
Adamson/Curtis
Franklin
Sacred Heart
Heitzer
Fridley
St. William
DeSutter
Gaylord
St. Michael
Heitzer
Ghent
St. Eloi
Isaiah 49:16
Glencoe
St. George
Skoblik
Golden Valley
North Memorial Hospital
St. Margaret Mary
Krautkramer
Henrich/Krautkramer/
Lachner/Reynolds
Gneson
St. Joseph
Klein
Graceville
Holy Rosary
Isaiah 49:16  &  Plathe
Grand Marais
St. John
Makowski
Grand Rapids
St. Joseph
Nicholson
Green Valley
St. Clotilde
Marks
Hassan Township
St. Walburga
Bussman
Hastings
Guardian Angels
St. Boniface/
Elizabeth Ann Seton
Ferguson/Ryan/Stitts
Blumeyer/Hoefgen
Hector
St. John
Marks
Heidelberg
St. Scholastica
Heitzer/Kapoun
Henning
St. Edward
Thoennes
Hibbing
General Hospital
Blanchard
Hill City
St. John
Nicholson
Hillman
Holy Family
Holy Family Mission H
Chateauvert
Chateauvert
Hokah
St. Peter
Curtis
Hopkins
St. Joseph
St. John the Evangelist
Jeub/Zasacki
Thurner
Hugo
St. John the Baptist
Tegels
International Falls
St. Thomas Aquinas
Dean
Inver Grove Heights
St. Patrick
Krakovsky
Jackson
St. Wenceslaus
L. Smith
Jasper
St. Joseph
Curtis
Kandiyohi
St. Patrick
Clark
Kenyon
St. Michael
Kampa
Kimball
St. Anne
Rieder/Thoennes
Lafayette
St. Gregory the Great
Roney
Lake Benton
St. Genevieve
Krakovsky
Lake Crystal
Holy Family
Pete
Lake Lillian
St. Thomas More
Clark
Lakeland
St. Francis of Assisi
LaVann/Roney
Lansboro
St. Patrick
Adamson
Laporte
St. Theodore
Bernauer
Lexington
St. Joseph
Kapoun
Lino Lakes
St. Joseph
Krautkramer/LaVann/
Zasacki
Lismore
St. Anthony
Rush
Litchfield
St. Philip
Isaiah 49:16
Little Canada
St. John the Evangelist
Vang
Little Falls
St. Gabriel’s Hospital
Rieder
Long Lake
St. George
Stitts
Lucan
Our Lady of Victory
Guetter
Lonsdale
Immaculate Conception
Skoblik
McGregor
Catholic Youth Camps
Kolar
Manannah
Church of Our Lady
Clark
Mankato
Provincial House (S.S.N.D.)
St. Joseph the Worker
Nelson
Surprenant/Pete
Mapleton
St. Theresa
Curtis
Marshall
Holy Redeemer
Plathe
Melrose
St. Mary
Garding/Kujawa/
Thoennes
Menahga
Assumption of Our Lady
Garding
Mendota
St. Peter
Gustafson/Jeub
Middle River
St. Joseph
Boyd
Minneapolis
Annunciation
Basilica of St. Mary
Christ the King
Holy Trinity
Our Lady of Lourdes
Our Lady of Perpetual
   Help
St. Albert the Great
St. Anne
St. Bridget
St. Helena
St. Kevin
Visitation
DeSutter/Dudley
Roney
Jeub
Thurner
Boerboom
Krautkramer/
   Reynolds/Wajda
Frost/Liles
LaVann
Panagoplos
J. McGrath
Jeub/Kapoun/Molina
Reynolds
Minneiska
St. Mary
E. McGrath
Minnetonka
Immaculate Heart of Mary
Kern
Montgomery
Holy Redeemer
Kapoun/Skoblik
Morris
Assumption of the BVM
Rieder
Morton
St. John
Isaiah 49:16
Mound
Our Lady of the Lake
Dudley
Nevis
Immaculate Conception
Our Lady of the Snow (Paraclete Center)
Bernauer
Gauthier
New Brighton
St. John the Baptist
Stitts
New Prague
St. Wencislaus
Dempsey
New Richland
All Saints
Krough
New Ulm
Cathedral of the
Holy Trinity
Clark/Plathe
Northfield
St. Dominic
Marks
North Mankato
Holy Rosary
Plathe
North Prairie
Holy Cross
R. Smith
North St. Paul
St. Peter
Krautkramer/Vang
Oakdale
Guardian Angels
LaVann
Olivia
St. Aloysius
Heitzer
Onamia
Crosier Monastery
Emon/Funcheon/
Guerrero/Madigan/
Moeglein/O’Brien/
Olemacher/Weger
Oslo
St. Joseph
Bernauer
Osseo
St. Vincent
Boerboom/Kampa
Owatanna
St. Joseph
Nelson
Park Rapids
St. Joseph Hospital
St. Peter
Carriere
Boyd
Paynesville
St. Louis
Rieder
Pelican Rapids
St. Leonard
Thoennes
Pierz
St. Mary’s Villa
Thoennes
Pine Island
St. Michael
Kampa
Pine River
Our Lady of Lourdes
Blanchard
Pipestone
St. Leo
Hatch
Plainview
St. Joachim
L. Smith
Prior Lake
St. Michael
Stevens/Thurner
Proctor
St. Rose
Nicholson
Randall
St. James
Rieder
Red Lake
Immaculate Conception
Tegels
Redwing
State Training School
Heitzer
Richfield
St. Peter
St. Richard
DeSutter
LaVann
Robbinsdale
Holy Family
Sacred Heart
Kampa
Bussman/J. McGrath/
Zasacki
Rochester
Assisi Height
   Administration Center
Lourdes High School
Pax Christi
St. Bridget
St. Francis of Assisi

St. John
St. Pius X

t.o.r.
Congregational
   Center
E. McGrath

Adamson
E. McGrath
Rush
Adamson/
   E. McGrath
Mahon/Rush/L. Smith
Krough/Surprenant/
Pete
Krough
Rogers
St. Martin
Bussman
Rollingstone
Holy Trinity
E. McGrath/L. Smith
Rosco
St. Agnes
Rieder
Rosen
St. Joseph
Heitzer
Roseville
St. Rose of Lima
Wajda
Roseau
Sacred Heart
St. Joseph
Carriere
Heitzer
Rushford
St. Joseph
L. Smith
St. Charles
St. Charles Borromeo
L. Smith
St. Cloud
Cathedral High School
Holy Angels
St. Anthony of Padua
St. Augustine

St. John Cantius
St. Louis Monastery
St. Scholastica Convent
Wolski
R. Smith
Thoennes
Blumeyer/Dahlheimer/
Eckroth
Rieder
Krakovsky/Panagoplos
Dahlheimer
St. James
St. James
Hatch
St. John
St. John
Roney
St. Joseph
St. Benedict Convent
St. Joseph
Dahlheimer/Eckroth
Dahlheimer/Gillespie/
Maiers
St. Michael
St. Michael
Bussman/Krautkramer
St. Paul
Assumption
Blessed Sacrament
Cathedral of St. Paul
Catholic Youth Center
Community of Christ the Redeemer
Holy Redeemer
Home of the Good
   Shepherd
Maternity of the BVM
Nativity
Our Lady of Guadalupe
St. Adalbert
St. Agnes
St. Andrew
St. Bernard

St. Francis de Sales
St. James
St. John
St. Joseph’s Hospital
St. Leo
St. Luke
St. Mark

St. Matthew
St. Patrick
St. Paul Seminary
St. Therese
St. Thomas Academy
St. Vincent de Paul
University of St. Thomas
Heitzer
Wajda
Kampa/O’Keefe/Zasacki
Kolar
Kolar

Guetter
Kapoun

Reynolds
J. McGrath
Wolski
Stevens
Clark
J. McGrath/Wajda
Dahlheimer/Gillespie/
   Maiers/Moorse
Dempsey
Dempsey/ Heitzer
Isaiah 49:16
Molina
Dinya/Stitts
Thurner
DeSutter/Jeub/
   Kampa/Kern/Marks
Stitts
Dudley/Reynolds
DeSutter
Thurner
O’Keefe
Vang
Lachner/J. McGrath
St. Peter
St. Peter
Isaiah 49:16
St. Thomas
St. Thomas
Kapoun
Sauk Centre
Our Lady of Angels
St. Michael’s Hospital
St. Paul
State Home for Girls
R. Smith
Garding
Garding/R. Smith
Garding
Savage
St. John the Baptist
Molina
Shakopee
St. Mark
Marks
Shoreview
St. Odilia
Funcheon/Madigan/
Moeglein/O’Brien
Silver Lake
St. Joseph
Skoblik
Sleepy Eye
St. Mary Help of Christians
Heitzer
Sobieski
St. Stanislaus
Rieder/R. Smith
South Saint Paul
Holy Trinity
St. John Vianney
Kampa
Molina
Stewart
St. Boniface
Heitzer
Stillwater
St. Mary
St. Michael
Gillespie
Bussman
Thief River Falls
St. Bernard
Bernauer
Tracy
St. Mary
Plathe
Two Inlets
St. Mary
Boyd
Tyler
St. Dionysius
Marks
Veseli
Most Holy Trinity
Skoblik
Virginia
Holy Spirit
St. John
Puhl
Toporwicz
Wabasso
St. Anne
Isaiah 49:16
Waite Park
St. Joseph
Thoennes
Walnut Grove
St. Paul
Roney
Warren
SS. Peter & Paul
Bernauer
Watkins
St. Anthony
Clark
Wayzata
St. Bartholomew
Wayzata
Wells
St. Casimir
L. Smith
West St. Paul
St. Joseph
St. Michael
Kampa/Thurner
Krautkramer/LaVann
White Bear Lake
St. Mary of the Lake
St. Pius X
Gustafson
Dempsey
Willmar
St. Mary
Plathe/Roney
Willow River
St. Mary
Toporwicz
Winona
Cathedral of the
   Sacred Heart
College of St. Teresa
Immaculate Conception RFD
Immaculate Heart of
   Mary Seminary
St. Casimir
St. Mary
St. Stanislaus
St. Thomas Pro-
   Cathedral
Terrace Heights
Brom/E. McGrath/
Nelson/Surprenant
Nelson/Surprenant
Nelson
Brom/E. McGrath/
   Mahon/Nelson
Adamson/Mahon
Hatch/Mahon
Krough
Curtis
Nelson
Winsted
Holy Trinity
Clark/Guetter
Winthrop
St. Francis de Sales
Heitzer
Worthington
St. Mary
Surprenant/Pete

Last Updated:  03/19/2004

Endnotes

1The Jerusalem Bible, Doubleday & Company, INC., Garden City, N.Y.,
   Book of Wisdom 5: 1

2Whispers in a Minor Key, Unpublished collected works of Belinda Martinez
3America’s Newspapers, News Bank Inc., www.infoweb.newsbank.com,
   (August, 2003 – March, 2004)

4Duluth News-Tribune, St. Cloud Times, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Star Tribune
5Appendix I
6The Official National Catholic Directory, P.J. Kennedy and Sons,
   New Providence, N. J., 1911-2003

7Appendix II
8Appendix III

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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