Wednesday, July 16, 2008

The Crosier/Nexus Connection

On June 29th, 2008, Pronexus The Mille Lacs Messenger published this nice little gem about the Crosiers of Onamia, including some Pronexus blurbs (got to love those Crosier/Nexus values....) Here is a portion of the nice little article Brett Larson wrote about this nice group of child molesting pedophiles and Nexus' convicted sex offenders. (I'm getting close to puking, folksies. This is getting surreal.) First read the Mess' article, (click the link for the entire article if you like), then see below.

A new church, an ancient order
by Brett Larson

"In Onamia, their schools have closed, but the Crosiers have continued to host the Mille Lacs Academy. Now, as the Academy builds a new facility, the Crosiers are looking ahead again.Holl said the Crosiers see their community and surroundings as a place of healing for the mind, body and spirit.

Their relationships with Mille Lacs Health System and Nexus have promoted those values, and the renovated church and the new shrine of St. Odilia complement what Holl calls "Onamia commons.""

Hannabelle doesn't like pedophiles, perverts, toddler molesters - no matter what their age or religion. Is she the ONLY ONE in Onamia who doesn't condone abuse or worship abusers? JEEEZ!

Strange, but True...

Father Jerry Schik is a Nexus Board member. He resides at the St. Odilia facility in Shoreview (where they are apparently sending some of these pedophile priests).

Do the priests molest these poor troubled boys, then turn around and support their victims "treatment"? Of course, I got no answers from Father Jerry... He refused to talk to Hannabelle (see Hannabelle's HALL OF SHAME on )
Please read on...
Crosiers Address Sex Abuse Shoreview Religious Order Identifies Eight Offenders

By Chris Graves, Warren Wolfe and Richard Meryhew Star Tribune [Minneapolis MN]October 10, 2002

A Roman Catholic religious order based in Shoreview on Wednesday publicly identified eight members who sexually abused minors, and it announced a stronger policy against sexual misconduct that is aimed at restoring the public's trust. The eight Crosier priests and brothers who abused minors have been removed from public ministry and are living under restrictions, according to a summary of an independent audit released by the Crosier order.


Eight Crosier members living on restrictions

Eight Crosier members were found to be the subject of credible claims of sexual abuse of a minor.

All have been removed from public ministry; may not perform any work with minors, including volunteer work; cannot be in the presence of a minor without adult supervision, and cannot leave the grounds of a Crosier community without permission.

Some also have additional restrictions. Where the number of victims is not specified below, there were multiple victims, investigators said.

Neil Emon, 61, a priest living in the Crosier Community of Phoenix, Ariz. He served in Hastings, Neb., 1967-74; in Onamia, Minn., 1974-80; at St. Peter Church in St. Cloud, Minn., 1980-89, and at St. Alfred Church in Taylor, Mich., and the Crosier Community in Riverview, Mich., 1989-2000. Since then he has been assigned to the Crosier Community of Phoenix.

Gabriel Guerrero, 66, a brother living in the Crosier Community of Phoenix. He served in Onamia, Minn., 1953-55 and 1958-79; in Syracuse, Ind., 1955-57; in Hastings, Neb., 1957-58 and 1979-90, and in the Crosier Community of New York, 1990-2000. Since then he has been assigned to the Crosier Community of Phoenix.

Gregory Madigan, 67, a brother living under restrictions with another unspecified religious community while his assignment to live as a member of the Crosier Community of Shoreview is evaluated. He served in Hastings, Neb., 1956-58; in Syracuse, Ind., 1958-60; in White Plains, N.Y., 1960-61; in Onamia, Minn., 1961-87; in Chicago, 1988-90, and in the Crosier Community of New York, 1990-2000. Then he was assigned to the Crosier Community of Shoreview, but the Crosiers said in June that Madigan had been moved to an undisclosed location.

Bruce Maxwell, 62, a priest; a single incident of abuse with one minor. Performing administrative duties while completing separation from the military. He served in Fort Wayne, Ind., in 1975; in Hastings, Neb., 1975-82; in the Detroit area, 1983-89, and as a military chaplain, 1989-2002.

James Moeglein, 59, a priest living in the Crosier Community of Onamia, Minn. He served in Fort Wayne, Ind., in 1970; in Onamia, Minn., 1970-88; in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, 1988-89; in the Riverview, Mich., area, 1989-90, and in Hastings, Neb., 1990-99. Since then he has been assigned to the Crosier Community of Onamia.

Thomas O'Brien, 55, a priest; abuse with one minor. Performing internal administrative duties for the Crosier Generalate. He served in Syracuse, Ind., 1974-75; in Onamia, Minn., 1975-87; in Riverview, Mich., 1989-94; in St. Paul, 1994-2001, and in Rome, 2001 to the present.

Richard Ohlemacher, 80, a priest living in the Crosier Community of Phoenix. Retired. He served in Onamia, Minn., 1955-58; in Syracuse, Ind., 1958-75; in Three Rivers, Mich., 1975-79; in the Fort Wayne, Ind., area, 1979-87, and in the Phoenix/Glendale area since 1987.

Justin Weger, 77, a priest living in the Crosier Community of Phoenix. Will become a resident in a long-term-care senior housing facility. He served in Fort Ripley, Minn., 1953-54; in Onamia, Minn., 1954-73 with some service in St. Paul, 1968-72; in Fort Wayne, Ind., 1973-74, and in the Tucson and Phoenix areas since 1974.

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After a long career of child molestation, it appears that many of the pedophile priests retire to sunny Arizona. Hey, isn't that where councilman Jerome Kryzer spends his winters? Co-inkidink?

1 comment:

psychodad said...

Well JJ, since no one seems to care about your nonstop whining any longer, I thought it would be fun to take one last parting shot at you as I leave the area and move to Iowa. I noticed that for a long time you didn't update, I was worried that maybe something terrible had happened. Nope no such luck. I leave Onamia with a heavy heart but greener pastures await my family in more friendly confines of our neighbor to the south. I hope you enjoy the academy and it's fantastic architecture for the next 100 years. I wish you health and happiness {lol} and a long life.