Despite revelations of clergy sex abuse and promises of transparency, a prominent Jesuit university does little to punish priests who cross the line.
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Both previously held leadership roles in the Jesuits’ Oregon Province while it sent Jesuits accused of sexual abuse to live in a home on campus.
In a written statement, Gonzaga University President Thayne McCulloh said he knew Jesuit priests accused of sexual abuse were living on campus.
Gonzaga University served as a retirement repository for Jesuit priests accused of sexual abuse in Alaska Native villages and on Indian reservations.
In Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, the Catholic Church had a problem with Jesuit priests sexually abusing kids. James Poole was a repeat offender.