Father Nicholas Reveles
Diocese of San Diego
Assigned as Follows:
- St. Francis Seminary
Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Nicholas Reveles:
Father Nicholas Reveles worked for the Diocese of San Diego, but the date of his year of ordination is unknown. He was a member of the Fine Arts faculty at University of San Diego, Acting Director of the Diocesan Center for Liturgy and Prayer, and Director of Music for the Diocese of San Diego. According to media reports, in 1984, a man sued the San Diego’s Bishop, Leo T. Maher and the diocese itself over his expulsion from St. Francis Seminary in Southern California. The man claimed that he had been sexually assaulted by Father Reveles at the seminary. He also claimed he was harassed by other faculty priests, as well. The lawsuit settled out of court in April 1985 for approximately $23,000. No further information has been released about the lawsuit or Nicholas Reveles’ assignments.
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