Father Conrad Sundholm
Diocese of Rochester
Leave without privileges: 2009
Assigned as follows:
- 1956-1960: Blessed Sacrament; Rochester, NY
- 1961-1965: Sacred Heart Cathedral; Rochester, NY
- 1966-1971: St. Mary Church; Auburn, NY
- 1972-1974: St. Cecilia; Rochester, NY
- 1975-1982: St. Salome; Irondequoit, NY
- 1983-1999: Holy Family/St. Aloysius; Auburn, NY
Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Conrad Sundholm:
In 2009, Father Conrad Sundholm had his privileges removed by the Diocese of Rochester after allegations that he sexually abused a minor in the mid-1970s while he was assigned to St. Salome Church in Irondequoit.
The Diocese of Rochester review board found the allegations to be credible and the matter was sent to the Vatican. No details about the allegation are publicly available, such as the age/gender of the victim or the nature of the misconduct.
Sundholm retired to Florida in 1999 and is believed to be living in Springhill, Florida.
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