Father Jerome Weber
Diocese of Syracuse
Assigned as follows:
- St. John the Evangelist Church (Camden, NY)
- Holy Trinity Catholic School (Syracuse, NY)
Summary of Abuse Allegations Against Father Jerome Weber:
Father Jerome Weber was among 32 priests in the Diocese of Syracuse who were removed as part of the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People that was established in June 2002.
According to media reports, Father Weber dismissed the accusation against him during a brief telephone interview. He declined to discuss the details.
“If there was anything to it, you would have heard about it years ago,” he said.
Father Weber said he retired at age 70.
Father Weber’s name appeared publicly on the Diocese of Syracuse’s list of clergy credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors, published in December 2018. It released almost no information on the allegations against each priest, including age/gender of the victims, or the priest’s assignment at the time of the alleged abuse. It was noted that he was removed from ministry.
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