Father David Granadino
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Assigned as follows:
- 1982-1985 St. John of God (Norwalk, CA)
- 1986-1990 St. Frances of Rome (Azusa, CA)
- 1991-1992 Corpus Christi (Pacific Palisades, CA)
- 1993-1995 St. Gerard Majella (Los Angeles, CA)
- 1996-1998 Our Lady of Peace (North Hills, CA)
- 1999-2009 St. Frances of Rome (Azusa, CA)
- 2004-2017 On Administrative Leave
Summary of Abuse Allegations against Father David Granadino:
Father David Granadino was ordained a priest in 1981, who served in multiple parishes in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. According to media reports, in 2002, he was placed on leave amidst allegations of sexually abusing a 13-year old boy in the 1980s at St. John of God in Norwalk. The abuse allegedly continued for almost eight years. He denied the allegation. He was placed on administrative leave in 2004.
Multiple people have made the same allegations against Father Granadino. His name appeared on the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ 2004 report of clergy credibly accused of sex abuse of minors. It is believed he stayed in the U.S. Airforce as a Military Chaplain until 2010. His current whereabouts are unknown.
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