Msgr. Joseph Bradley – Diocese of Harrisburg

| Nov 13, 2018 | Abuser Profiles, Catholic Church

Msgr. Joseph Bradley – Diocese of Harrisburg

Ordained: 1944

Retired or Died: 1996

Assigned as follows:
  • St. Patrick (York, PA)
  • St. Joseph (York, PA)
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Mount Carmel, PA)
  • St. Francis Xavier (Gettysburg, PA)
  • Lancaster Catholic High School (Lancaster, PA)
Summary of Allegations Against Msgr. Joseph Bradley:

Msgr. Joseph Bradley was not identified or discussed in the 2018 grand jury report.  However, his name does appear on the Diocese of Harrisburg’s August 2018 list of accused priests.  Unfortunately, no real information was disclosed about the allegation(s) made against Bradley.

According to the Diocese of Harrisburg, Bradley was first accused of abuse after his death.  It is not clear when Bradley died, but he left ministry in 1996, likely by retirement or by death.

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