Fr. Kenneth J. Martin
Archdiocese of Baltimore/Diocese of Wilmington
- 1970-1986 Teacher, Loyola Blakefield, Towson, MD
- 1986-1989 Camillus Parish, Silver Spring, MD
- 1989-1990 Holy Cross Church, Dover, DE
- 1990-1991 Immaculate Heart of Mary, Liftwood, DE
- 1991-1992 Archdiocese of Wilmington, DE
- 1993-1994 John’s Seminary College, CA
- 1994-1995 Theological College, Washington, D.C.
- 1995-1997 Our Lady of Victory Church, Washington, D.C.
- 1998-2008 Archdiocese of Wilmington, DE
Summary of Abuse Allegations Against Fr. Kenneth J. Martin:
Fr. Kenneth J. Martin is one of the 156 priests identified by the Maryland Attorney General as having been accused of sexually abusing minors during their tenure with the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
According to the Attorney General’s report, a man reported in 2001 that he had been sexually abused by Fr. Martin over the course of two and a half years, beginning in 1977, when the victim was approximately 16 years old. Fr. Martin was tutoring the victim at Fr. Martin’s house, where he sexually abused the victim. Fr. Martin was charged with felony child abuse and felony sex offense in 2001 and pled guilty later that year.
According to the Attorney General’s report, a man reported in 2018 that he had been groomed by Fr. Martin when he was a student at Loyola Blakefield in the early 1970s.
Fr. Martin’s name appears on the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s list of priests credibly accused of sexual misconduct with minors. Fr. Martin’s name appears on the Diocese of Wilmington’s list of priests credibly accused of sexual misconduct with a minor.
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