Fr. Felix Fink – Diocese of Allentown

| Oct 22, 2018 | Abuser Profiles, Catholic Church

Fr. Felix Fink

Diocese of Allentown

Ordained: 1919

Died: 1966

Assignment History:

  • St. Bartholomew Church (Brockton, PA)
  • St. Stephen Church (Philadelphia, PA)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Fr. Felix Fink:

Fr. Felix Fink was originally ordained for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia in 1919, and became a priest of the Diocese of Allentown when it was erected in 1961. He served as rector of St. Bartholomew’s for forty years in the Diocese of Allentown. He was also a director of the Good Samaritan Hospital, and named special National Field Scout Commissioner in 1939.

According to media reports, in Not much is known about Fr. Fink’s history in the Diocese of Allentown. The Diocese of Allentown publicly stated that it received an allegation of sexual abuse by Fink sometime after his death in 1966, but it offered no details as to the nature of timing of the allegation.  Fink was not the subject of the 2018 PA grand jury investigation and report; his identity as an accused priest was first disclosed by the Diocese of Allentown itself.

Fink died in 1966.

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