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Fr. Charles E. Kuhl – Diocese of Camden

Father Charles E. Kuhl

Diocese of Camden

Fr. Charles E. Kuhl Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1954

Dead: 2002

Assigned as follows:

  • Our Lady Star of the Sea (Atlantic City, NJ)
  • Queen of Heaven (Erlton, NJ)
  • St. Ann (Wildwood, NJ)
  • St. Luke (Stratford, NJ)
  • Camden Catholic High School (Camden, NJ)
  • Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Berlin, NJ)
  • St. Peter (Merchantville, NJ)
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Nursing School (Camden, NJ)
  • Paul VI High School (Haddon Township, NJ)
  • St. Michael (Atlantic City, NJ)
  • St. Bridget (Glassboro, NJ)
  • St. Anthony (Waterford, NJ)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Charles Kuhl:

Father Charles Kuhl was recently included on the Diocese of Camden list of priests who were named as being “credibly accused” of child sex abuse. Other than his assignments and the year of his ordination, the Diocese of Camden did not provide any information about the number of allegations against Kuhl or the nature of the misconduct alleged.  

According to Bishop Sullivan, the list, “includes those who admitted to the abuse, those who were found guilty after a trial in the church courts or the civil courts, and others against whom the evidence was so overwhelming as to be virtually unquestionable.”

Kuhl died in 2002.

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