Fr. Jerome Binder – Diocese of Pittsburgh

Father Jerome Binder

Diocese of Pittsburgh

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Ordained: approx. 1937

Death: 2000

Assigned as Follows:

  • 1961-1989           North Catholic High School (Pittsburgh, PA)

Summary of Allegations Against Father Jerome Binder:

Father Jerome “Jerry” Binder was part of a long list of accused members of the Diocese of Pittsburgh that worked at North Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

He belonged to the Marianist order and taught art at North Catholic High School. Father Jerome Binder was identified along with other Marianists by accusers, as reported by Reverend Ron Lengwin, a spokesman for the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Few details are available concerning the nature of his abuse.

Binder died in 2000.

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