Br. Joseph Giles Bisaillon – Archdiocese of New York

| Jul 9, 2020 | Abuser Profiles, Catholic Church

Brother Joseph Giles Bisaillon

Archdiocese of New York/Dominican Friars

Profession: 1948

Dispensation from vows: 1959

Died: 1989

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Brother Joseph Giles Bisaillon:

Br. Joseph Giles Bisaillon of the Dominican Friars religious order was accused and named publicly by the Dominicans St. Joseph Province. He’s named on its 2018 list of credibly accused clergy of sexual abuse of minors.

Very little is known of Bisaillon’s activities within the church as the Archdiocese of New York has not released any information about Bisaillon’s assignment history. In addition, information about the age/gender of his alleged victim/victims, the nature of the alleged sexual abuse, or Bisaillon’s assignments at the time of the alleged abuse is unknown.

Bisaillon was released from his vows in 1959 and died in 1989.

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