Fr. Albert Mengon – Diocese of Monterey

Father Albert (Alberto) Mengon

Diocese of Monterey/Salesians

Albert Mengon Horowitz Law

 

Ordained: 1966

Assignment History:

  • 1966-1967: Bishop Mora Salesian High School (Los Angeles, CA)
  • 1967-1976: Salesian High School (Richmond, CA)
  • 1976-1979: Francis Junior High School (Watsonville, CA)
  • 1979-1984: Salesian High School (Richmond, CA)
  • 1984-1986: Bishop Mora Salesian High School (Los Angeles, CA)
  • 1986-1989: Francis Youth Center (Watsonville, CA)
  • 1989-1991: Salesian High School (Richmond, CA)
  • 1991-2008: Salesians of Don Bosco, Foreign Missions/St. Augustine’s School (Lungi, Sierra Leone, West Africa)
  • 2008-2011: Francis Youth Center (Watsonville, CA)
  • 2001-2011: Our Lady Help of Christians (Watsonville, CA)
  • 2012-2013: St. Francis Central Coast Catholic High School; St. Francis Youth Center; Our Lady Help of Christians; Salesians of St. John Bosco Saint Francis Salesian Community; Vicars Forane; Presbyteral Council; Diocesan Consultors
  • 2013-2014: Unknown
  • 2014-2017: SS Peter and Paul (CA)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Father Albert Mengon:

Fr. Albert Mengon was a priest in the Diocese of Monterey. According to media reports, in 2006, Fr. Albert Mengon was named and accused in two depositions of having sexually abused boys between the ages 9-14 at St. Francis Youth Center in Watsonville, California. The youth center where Fr. Albert Mengon was assigned to and abused the youth was a private Salesian summer camp for boys in Watsonville, California.

As of 2017, Fr. Albert Mengon remains an active priest. In 2019, Fr. Albert Mengon was included on the Diocese of Monterey’s 2019 List of Credibly Accused Clergy of Sexual Abuse.

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