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Fr. Andrew Mulvaney – Diocese of Ogdensburg

Father Andrew Mulvaney

Diocese of OgdensburgAndrew Mulvaney Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1968

Retired: 2012

Died: 2013

Assignment History:

  • 1968-1969: St. Joseph’s Church (Malone, NY)
  • 1969-1971: St. Alphonses (Tupper Lake, NY)
  • 1971-1972: St. Mary’s (Ogdensburg, NY)
  • 1973-1974: Holy Family (Watertown, NY)
  • 1975-1979: St. Joseph’s Church (Malone, NY)
  • 1978-1983: St. Martin’s Church (Port Leyden, NY)
  • 1983-2003: US Army
  • 2003-2010: St. Paul’s Church (Black River, NY)
  • 2010-2012: St. Rita’s (Deferiet, NY)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Father Andrew Mulvaney:

In August 2019, a lawsuit was filed under the New York Child Victims Act that included allegations against Fr. Andrew Mulvaney. Fr. Mulvaney was accused of sexually abusing a minor between 14-15 years old in 1978 and 1979. Mulvaney served at St. Joseph’s Church in Malone in the late 1960s and again in the mid-1970s. No further details have been released.

Father Mulvaney’s first assignment was as an assistant at St. Joseph’s Church in Malone, followed by assignments at St. Alphonses, Tupper Lake, St. Mary’s, Champlain, Holy Family, Watertown, St. Joseph’s, Malone, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Ogdensburg, and returning to St. Joseph’s, Malone.

In January of 1983, Father Mulvaney began his time with the U. S. Army as chaplain at Fort Monmouth, N.J. From there, Father traveled to many sites including Germany, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Croatia, Macedonia, and Zagreb. After he returned to the States, he served in Fort Jackson, SC, Fort Bliss, TX, and finally, Fort Drum, where he retired in January of 2003. Following retirement from the Army, Father Mulvaney was assigned as pastor of St. Paul’s Church, Black River, and St. Rita’s in Deferiet until his retirement in 2012. He died in 2013 at the age of 71.

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