Fr. Charles Cavalconte – Archdiocese of New York

| Jul 13, 2020 | Abuser Profiles, Catholic Church

Father Charles Cavalconte

Archdiocese of New York/Dominicans

Ordained: 1980

Dismissed: 1997

Laicized: 1998

Assignment History:

  • 1986-1996: Saint Stephen Priory, Spiritual Life Center (Dover, MA)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Father Charles Cavalconte:

Fr. Charles Cavalconte was named publicly as accused by the Dominicans St. Joseph Province on its list in late 2018. Reports say he was dismissed in 1997 and laicized in 1998. There is no indication as to when or where the alleged abuse occurred or about the victim’s age/gender.

Cavalconte was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1980. He spent five years in a parish in New York and over ten years as an Administrator and Retreat Director of a large New England Retreat House. Presently, he works as a counselor and wedding officiant with his wife.

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