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Fr. Donald Keenan – Diocese of Metuchen

Father Donald Keenan

Diocese of Metuchen

Donald Keenan Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1943

Died: 1995

Assigned as follows:

  • 1943-1944 St. Joseph’s Passionist Monastery (Baltimore, MD)
  • 1944-1947 St. Ann’s (Scranton, PA)
  • 1947-1951 St. Mary’s / St. Mary’s Passionist Monastery (Dunkirk, NY)
  • 1951-1961 Passionist Fathers Sacred Heart Retreat (Toronto, CA)
  • 1961-1966 Passionist Monastery (Union City, NJ)
  • 1966-1967 Our Lady of Florida Monastery, North Palm Beach, FL
  • 1967-1974 Holy Family Monastery, Farmington, CT
  • 1976-1987 St. Gabriel’s Passionist Monastery, Boston, MA) 
  • 1984-1987 Priests of the Province residence houses not listed 
  • 1988-1994 Passionist Provincial House, South River, NJ 
  • 1995 Holy Family Monastery, West Hartford, CT 
  • 1996-2019 Unknown

Summary of Abuse Allegations against Father Donald Keenan:

Father Donald Keenan was ordained a Passionate Missionaries priest in 1943 and served in the Diocese of Metuchen. He served in multiple parishes throughout his career. According to media reports, in 1998, he was accused of masturbating two boys in 1977, and insisting that they masturbate him. One boy was 13 years old and the other was mentally challenged. The alleged abuse occurred at Brother Keenan’s family home in Malden, Massachusetts, where he had retired to in 1975. One victim said Brother Keenan was friendly with his family and his parents would never believe the things he did to him, so he never told them.

Brother Keenan died in 1995. His name was one of 70 religious order and visiting priests omitted from an official list of publicly accused sexual abusers that the Archdiocese of Boston published in August 2011.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

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Br. John B. Spalding – Diocese of Metuchen

Brother John Spalding

Diocese of Metuchen

John Spalding Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

Ordained: Unknown

Removed: 2016

Assigned as follows:

  • St. Joseph’s High School (Metuchen, NJ)

Summary of Abuse Allegations against Brother John Spalding:

Brother John Spalding was a member of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart who served in the Diocese of Metuchen. He taught history and social studies at St. Joseph’s High School in Metuchen, NJ. According to media reports, he was accused of endangering the welfare of a child and possession and viewing of pornographic material, primarily child pornography. In February 2016, he “voluntarily” surrendered after being charged with endangering the welfare of a child and possessing and viewing child pornography on his computer. Police received a tip from an unidentified official, and after an investigation and a search of his computer, he was charged with downloading and viewing the material on his computer, which he maintained at St. Joseph’s High School.

Brother Spalding pleaded not guilty. He was released on $75,000 bail, and returned to his home in Rhode Island. He was immediately removed from active ministry and received counseling at a residential treatment facility. He is currently serving in the Brothers of the Sacred Heart Rhode Island retirement community.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

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Deacon Dann Rossi – Diocese of Metuchen

Deacon Dann Rossi

Diocese of Metuchen

Dann Rossi Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

 

Ordained: 1982

Assigned as Follows:

  • St. Luke’s Catholic Church (North Plainfield, NJ)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Deacon Dann Rossi:

Deacon Dann Rossi was ordained in 1982 and served in the Diocese of Metuchen.  According to media reports, in February, 2019, New Jersey Leaders of the Catholic Church revealed the names of 186 members to help victims heal as more revelations of child sexual abuse came to light. Nearly all of them were either sanctioned by the church, charged with a crime, or both.

The lists were provided by each New Jersey archdiocese – Metuchen, Newark, Trenton, Camden and Paterson. The Diocese of Metuchen’s list included the name of Deacon Rossi. It noted that he was the subject of one allegation while serving at St. Luke’s in North Plainfield, New Jersey. The age and gender of the victim, nor the nature of the misconduct, were not divulged. 

According to the Diocese of Metuchen, Rossi is deceased.  

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. Anthony Kramarz – Diocese of Metuchen

Father Anthony Kramarz

Diocese of Metuchen

Anthony Kramarz Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1950

Retired:1992

Known Assignments in the Diocese of Metuchen:

  • St. Stanislaus Kostka (Sayreville, NJ)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Anthony Kramarz:

Father Anthony Kramarz was ordained a priest in 1950 and served in the Diocese of Metuchen. He was assigned the pastorate of St. Stan’s in April 1980, and had previously served as an associate pastor for the same church from 1954-1961. According to media reports, in February 2019, several dioceses in New Jersey released lists of clergy who had been accused of sexually abusing children. The Metuchen list included Father Anthony Kramarz.

Almost no details about the allegation(s) against Kramarz were provided, including the gender/age of the victim(s) or the nature of the misconduct alleged.  The Diocese of Metuchen said only that Kramarz was the subject of multiple accusations against him during his time in Sayreville.

Kramarz died in 1998..

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. Alfonso Condorson – Diocese of Metuchen

Father Alfonso Condorson (a/k/a Condorpusa)

Diocese of Metuchen

Alfonso Condorson Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1995 (Archdiocese of Newark)

Assigned in Metuchen: 2004-2008

Incardinated into Metuchen: 2008

Suspended: September 2018

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Alfonso Condorson:

Father Alfonso Condorson, a native of Peru, was ordained a priest in 1995 for the Archdiocese of Newark. He served in the Diocese of Metuchen.  When he became a United States citizen in 1998, he followed the example of other Newark priests and changed his legal name from Alfonso de Condorpusa to Alfonso Condorson. He has a long-standing relationship with Metuchen’s Bishop Emeritus Paul Bootkoski, who sold him a New Jersey property for $1 in 2015.

According to media reports, in 1997, Condorson was accused of making unwanted sexual advances on a 24-year-old male parishioner at Holy Trinity Parish in Hackensack, New Jersey.  The man says the incident occurred while he was vacationing in Cancun with Condorson, in late September or early October of 1997.

The man says his family reported the interaction to Bishop Charles McDonnell, an auxiliary bishop of Newark and the pastor of Holy Trinity Parish, where Condorson was stationed. The alleged victim’s father said that the archdiocese “fought us all they way to the end.”

Condorson left Holy Trinity in June of 1998, sources close to the episode recalled to reporters, but only after the family of the man making the allegations threatened to sue. The family says they ultimately decided not to file a lawsuit.

Bishop Bootkoski, the former Bishop of Metuchen, was then vicar general of the Newark archdiocese when the allegation was reported.  A spokesperson for the Archdiocese of Newark said that, during that time, “Fr. De Condorpusa underwent evaluation by competent professionals who were aware of the accusation. Those professionals concluded that there was no reason to limit or halt his ministry.”

“The Archdiocese had an investigation which included interviews with both Fr. Condorson and the claimant, both adults. As Vicar General, Bishop Bootkoski said he was informed of the investigation by the pastor of the parish and a former pastor, also a Vicar General for the archdiocese, who both had knowledge of the situation. Based on the testimony of the two men, at that time, Bishop Bootkoski says he was informed they had conflicting accounts of what had occurred, both lacking any hard facts. The claimant, who was an adult, and his family did not pursue the matter,” the archdiocese said.

In 2008, a New Jersey man wrote to Archbishop John Myers of Newark and to Bootkoski, alleging that in the summer of 1997 Condorson asked him for help with computer repairs in the Holy Trinity rectory. Media reports are not clear, but it appears that the man was over the age of 18 at the time of the incident.  At any rate, he said that after the work was completed, the priest “requested that I stay and have a glass of wine with him.. when suddenly he placed his arm around me and tried to kiss me. I was shocked, got up, and asked him what he was doing.”

“He said to me, ‘I thought you wanted it, I like older men,’” the man alleged.

The Diocese of Metuchen told media that it reported the 2008 matter to the county prosecutor soon after being informed. It also said its “Diocesan Response Officer” contacted “the accuser to offer to meet to discuss the letter and provided the phone number of the proper county prosecutor for reporting Fr. Condorson.”  Condorson denied the allegation and prosecutors did not file any charges, so, the matter was closed and Condorson was returned to ministry.

According to media reports, other priests found that Condorson’s close relationship with Bootkoski made the priest difficult to trust.  In response to questions about their relationship, the Diocese of Metuchen stated that Bootkoski “categorically denies” any accusations of impropriety in the relationship.  In 2015, Bootkoski sold Condorson a home worth more than $200,000.00 for $1.00.

In 2015, less than a year before Pope Francis accepted his letter of resignation for limits of age, Bootkoski also made Condorson the director of the diocesan office for Hispanic ministry.

Condorson continues to be suspended from ministry pending the outcome of the Diocese of Metuchen’s internal review.  His name does not appear on the Diocese of Metuchen’s list of priests credibly accused of sexually abusing minors.

In September 2018, shortly after the release of the landmark Pennsylvania grand jury report, the Diocese of Metuchen announced that it was suspending Condorson from ministry while it reviewed prior allegations of misconduct made years earlier.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

Contact us at (888) 283-9922 or adam@adamhorowitzlaw.com to discuss your options today.

Fr. Michael Cashman – Diocese of Metuchen

Father Michael Cashman

Diocese of Metuchen

Michael Cashman Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1975

Voluntary Leave: 2002

Removed from ministry: 2014

Assigned as Follows:

  • 1975-1979: St Ambrose Parish (Old Bridge, NJ)
  • 1979-1980: Our Lady of Good Counsel Church (West Trenton, NJ)
  • 1980-1983: Immaculate Conception Church (Spotswood, NJ)
  • 1980-1983: Temporary administrator of Our Lady of Peace Church (New Brunswick, NJ)
  • 1983-1995: Sacred Heart Church (New Brunswick, NJ)
  • 1995-2002: St James Church (Woodbridge, NJ)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Michael Cashman:

Father Michael Cashman was ordained a priest in 1975 and served in the Diocese of Metuchen. He served in multiple parishes throughout his career. According to media reports, in 2002, allegations were made that had sexually abused a pair of siblings and their mother in 1978. Cashman was a priest serving at a parish in Old Bridge, New Jersey at the time. Even though Cashman denied the allegations, he took a voluntary leave of absence and never returned to the parish.

In 2009, during an internal church trial, Cashman was found guilty of 1 count of abuse between 1980-1983 and permanently removed from public ministry.  In 2014, the Diocese of Metuchen announced that the Vatican had laicized Cashman following a church trial of the early allegations. 

The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office investigated accusations against Cashman in 2002 but closed the case a year later without filing charges, likely due to the expiration of the statute of limitations.

Cashman’s name now appears on the Diocese of Metuchen’s list of priests credibly accused of sexual misconduct.

Cashman is alive and believed to be residing in the Woodbridge, New Jersey, area.  He is in his late 60s.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. John Butler – Diocese of Metuchen

Father John Butler

Diocese of Metuchen

John Butler Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1957 

Removed from Ministry: 2002

Assigned as Follows:

  •        1957-1958    Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (Richmond, VA)
  •        1958-1960    St Mary Star-of-the-Sea (For Monroe, VA)
  •        1960-1961    St Peter’s Catholic Church (Richmond, VA)
  •        1961-1965    St Joseph’s (Kings Park, NY)
  •        1966         Not indexed in the 1966 Directory
  •       1966-1968    On duty outside the diocese of Richmond at an unspecified location
  •       1968-1969    missions at Our Lady of the Valley (Petersberg, WV) and Our Lady of Grace         (Grace,WV)
  •       1969-1970        St Paul’s Catholic Church (Richmond, VA)
  •       1970-1974        SS. Philip and James (Phillipsburg, NJ)
  •       1974-1975 St Barnabas Catholic Church (Bayville, NJ)
  •       1975-1978 St Thomas the Apostle School (Old Bridge, NJ)
  •       1978-1979   St Robert Bellarmine (Freehold, NJ)
  •       1980 Not indexed in the 1980 Directory
  •       1979-1984    St John Vianney (Colonia, NJ) and East Jersey State Prison Chaplain
  •       1985-1986 Not indexed in the 1985 or 1986 Directory
  •       1986-2002 St John Vianney (Colonia, NJ)
  •       2003 Not indexed in the 2003 Directory

Summary of Abuse Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father John Butler:

Father John Butler was ordained a priest to the Diocese of Richmond in 1957. He served in multiple parishes throughout his career including in the Diocese of Metuchen. According to media reports, in April 2002, the Diocese of Metuchen confirmed that Fr. John Butler, associate pastor of St. John Vianney parish, had to take a leave of absence due to allegations of inappropriate conduct with a minor in the late 1950’s. The Diocese of Metuchen said that someone called them with allegations of abuse and had already contacted an attorney’s office in New York. The caller said that he had been calling church officials and making allegations for years, but nobody did anything about it.

According to a grand jury investigation of the Diocese of Rockville Centre (New York), during the time of Father John R. Butler’s assignments in New York, he sexually molested over a dozen boys.

Despite complaints about Butler that apparently spanned over 35 years, he was simply transferred and continued to work as a priest until 2002, when he retired.  

The Diocese of Metuchen has settled one legal claim involving Butler.  His name does not appear on the Diocese of Metuchen’s list of credibly accused priests. 

Butler died in September 2016.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

Contact us at (888) 283-9922 or adam@adamhorowitzlaw.com to discuss your options today.

Fr. John Banko – Diocese of Metuchen

Father John Banko

Diocese of Metuchen

John Banko Diocese of Metuchen Horowitz Law

Ordained: 1972

Arrested/Convicted: 2002

Removed from ministry: 2000

Died: 2016

Known Assignments in Diocese of Metuchen:

  • St Edward’s Roman Catholic Church (Milford, NJ)
  • Mary Mother of God Church (Hillsborough, NJ)
  • St. Pius X High School (Piscataway, NJ)
  • St. Charles Borromeo (Montgomery Twp., NJ)
  • St. Edward (Milford, NJ)
  • Mary, Mother of God (Hillsborough, NJ)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father John Banko:

Father John Banko was ordained a priest in 1972 and served in the Diocese of Metuchen. He served in multiple parishes throughout his career. According to media reports, in 2000, law enforcement began an investigation into Father Banko, known to his parishioners as “Father Jack,” after a former altar boy came forward with allegations of inappropriate touching and sexual assault. The victim alleged Father Banko had sexually molested him two consecutive Sundays after Mass between September 1993 and September 1994. He kept the secret until December 1999, after years of struggling with depression.

The prosecutor said that there were other similar allegations from other victims who had stepped forward during their investigation, but the crimes could not be prosecuted due to the statute of limitations expiring.  At the trial on the first victim’s charges, three of the victims testified and recalled the abuse happening in a small changing room where they were forced to perform sexual acts on the priest. After testifying, the first victim said that Father Banko told him that his parents would be harmed if he ever told anyone about the abuse.

At trial, Father Banko testified in his own defense and denied all of the allegations, but was convicted of all the charges against him: aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

In 2008, another allegation was made against the priest, and he was charged with additional crimes. In that matter, The victim testified that between the ages of 9 and 10, Father Banko sexually assaulted him on more than one occasion. The victim didn’t tell anyone, until he reported the abuse to his mother in 2005. Father Banko was found guilty of first degree aggravated sexual assault and second degree endangering the welfare of a child and sentenced to 26 more years. He was also determined to be a “repetitive and compulsive sexual offender” following an evaluation at Adult Diagnostic Center in Avenel.

Father Banko died in 2016.  He remained a priest on leave even after his second conviction. 

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

Contact us at (888) 283-9922 or adam@adamhorowitzlaw.com to discuss your options today.

Msgr. Raymond Cole – Diocese of Metuchen

Msgr. Raymond Cole

Diocese of Metuchen

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Ordained: 1972

Suspension from ministry: Oct. 2013

Returned to ministry: 2015

Assigned as Follows:

  • St Mary’s Parish (South Amboy, NJ)
  • St Joseph’s Church (Hillsborough, NJ)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Msgr. Raymond Cole:

Msgr. Raymond Cole was ordained a priest in 1972 and served in the Diocese of Metuchen. According to media reports, in 2013, he was removed from ministry following an investigation into allegations of child sexual abuse during an assignment in the late 1970’s. Msgr. Cole denied the allegation and he remained in the ministry. Bishop Paul Bootkoski said that he was informed of the allegation by the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, which did not pursue any criminals charges due to the statute of limitations expiring.  The letter to parishioners did not reveal the gender or the age of the accuser, or the details of the misconduct alleged.  

The Bishop forwarded to case to the Vatican and said that Cole would receive a canonical trial, similar to a civil trial in the secular world, and suspended Cole from ministry on October 25, 2013. Cole was found not guilty by a church tribunal, composed of three priests, in 2015. He was allowed to return to ministry.   Cole purportedly told his superiors that he would never be able to return to St Joseph’s, and wanted to focus on Hispanic ministries instead.

Bishop Bootkowski made no secret of the fact that he believed the allegation to be a lie.  Upon announcing the internal tribunal’s findings, Bootkowski told parishioners, “While there can be neither victory nor victor in a situation such as this, the outcome of the trial means that Msgr. Cole is again a priest in good standing in the diocese, and I hope this decision will be the first step in fully restoring his reputation… True to his character, Msgr. Cole fully cooperated during the investigation of the charges against him and never displayed any animosity toward his accuser or the process.”

Cole is now listed as a retired priest of the Diocese of Metuchen.  His name does not appear on the Diocese of Metuchen’s list of priests credibly accused of sexual misconduct so he remains a priest in good standing with unlimited facilities to minister. 

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

Contact us at (888) 283-9922 or adam@adamhorowitzlaw.com to discuss your options today.

Fr. John J. Casey – Diocese of Metuchen

Father John Casey

Diocese of Metuchen

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Ordained: 1984

Placed on Leave (and eventually reinstated): 2005

Died: 2008

Assigned as follows:

  • 1984-1986 St Philip and St James Parish (Phillipsburg, NJ)
  • 1986-1988 St Peter the Apostle Parish (New Brunswick, NJ)
  • 1988-1991 St Francis of Assisi Cathedral (Metuchen, NJ)
  • 1991 -2005 St Joseph’s (North Plainfield, NJ)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Father John Casey:

Father John Casey was ordained a priest in 1984 and served in the Diocese of Metuchen. He served in multiple parishes throughout his career. According to media reports, he was accused of committing an act of sexual abuse of a minor around 1987, while he was a parochial vicar at St. Peter the Apostle Parish in New Brunswick, New Jersey. No details were given about the victim’s gender or age at the time, nor was the nature of the sexual misconduct.

Although the Diocese emphasized it was a one-time incident, Casey still denied the allegation.  Law enforcement investigated, but found the statute of limitations had expired and no criminal charges were filed.

After the preliminary investigation, The Diocese Review Board came to the conclusion that the charges were “not without merit.” Casey’s removal from the church was, however, “temporary” due to the fact that he had not been found guilty of any crime.

Casey appears on the Diocese of Metuchen’s list of credibly accused priests, published in February 2019.  It is unclear if this finding relates to the 1987 allegation, which would had to have been revisited by the review board in light of its earlier “not without merit” finding, or if it relates to a different allegation.  The Diocese of Metuchen released no details.

Casey died in August 2008. The obituary referred to him as active pastor of St Joseph’s Church at the time of his death.     

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Diocese of Metuchen now have legal options, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us.  Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in New Jersey and nationwide. We can help.

Contact us at (888) 283-9922 or adam@adamhorowitzlaw.com to discuss your options today.