Br. James Wisecaver – Diocese of Monterey

| Dec 1, 2020 | Abuser Profiles, Catholic Church

Brother James Wisecaver

Diocese of Monterey/Marianists

Ordained: Unknown

Died: 2015

Assignment History:

  • Archbishop Mitty High School (San Jose, CA)
  • School Administration at Serra High School (Gardena, CA)
  • St. Anthony High School  (Wailuku, Maui, HI)
  • Dean of Students at Chaminade University of Honolulu
  • Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of San Antonio, TX
  • Professor of Education at Cal State University – Northridge

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Brother James Wisecaver:

Br. James Wisecaver was a priest in the Diocese of Monterey. In 2019, Br. James Wisecaver’s name was included on the Diocese of Monterey’s 2019 List of Credibly Accused Clergy of Sexual Abuse.  Although the Diocese of Monterey has not released any information about Wisecaver’s years he spent in his assignment history, the list noted that there was a report received in 1997 against Br. James Wisecaver in reference to abuse that took place that same year. No additional information about the age/gender of his alleged victims, the nature of the alleged sexual abuse, or Wisecaver’s assignments at the time of the alleged abuse is known.

Br. Wisecaver died in 2015.

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