Fr. Gregory White – Diocese of Paterson

| Apr 16, 2019 | Abuser Profiles, Catholic Church

Father Gregory White

Diocese of Paterson

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Ordained: 1996

Died: May 10, 2002

Assigned as follows:

  • 1997-1998  Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha (Sparta, NJ)
  • St. Anthony (Hawthorne, NJ)

Summary of Abuse Allegations against Father Gregory White:

Fr. Gregory White’s name first appeared publicly on the Diocese of Paterson’s list of accused priests published in February 2019. It released almost no information on the allegations against each priest, including the age/gender of the victims, or the priest’s assignment at the time of the alleged abuse. However, according to the Bishop of Paterson, in the case of each priest on the list, “the Diocese of Paterson received information concerning possible misconduct by the individual, investigated the matter for corroborating evidence, and determined that the report was credible. Accordingly, while those individuals may deny having engaged in illegal behavior involving a minor and they are entitled to be presumed innocent in a criminal court of law, the Diocese has determined that the information it received was credible and it has thus included their names on this disclosure.”

White died in May 2002 at his home, at the age of 32, the same month the Diocese of Paterson says he was removed from ministry. This removal presumably followed an allegation of sexual abuse.

At the time of his death, he was teaching European History in Emerson High School in Emerson, New Jersey.  White graduated from Christ the King Seminary in Buffalo, N.Y. in 1996.

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