Fr. Francisco Schulte’s Timeline/Victims

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Born: February 26, 1953 in Cincinnati, Ohio
Professed: July 11, 1974
Ordained: January 19, 1979

Known Victims: 9
Age of Victims: 12-17
Location: Puerto Rico, Minnesota, North Carolina, Mexico

Additional information about Fr. Schulte is available Here.

Fr. Schulte Approximate (and Partial) Timeline of Abuse:

1977 – 1981: Colegio San Antonio in Humacao, Puerto Rico

Victim #1: 13 years old – Fondling, Grinding to Orgasm
Victim #2: 14 years old – Fondling, Wrestling in “Sexual Manner”
Victim #3: 16 years old – Wrestling, Grinding
Victim #4: 13 years old – Masturbation, Attempted Oral Sex

1981 – 1983:  Chaplain – St. John’s Preparatory School in Collegeville, Minnesota

1982: Prep School student tells Fr. Schulte that perpetrator Br. John Kelly is abusing him. Kelly stays at Prep School through the 1989-1990 school year.

Spring, 1982: Fr. Francisco Schulte visit Puerto Rico to recruit students for the Prep School’s summer foreign language camp.

Summer, 1982: “Father Francisco Schulte, O.S.B., is the School’s Chaplain. He is responsible for the overall spiritual life of the Prep School community. He coordinates School liturgies and service projects. He is available to students for spiritual and personal counseling.” – Prep School Calendar

Victim #5: 17 years old – Fondling, Masturbation (Prep School and Mexico)

Spring, 1983: Fr. Schulte warns a student to stay away from perpetrator Fr. Dunstan Moorse

1983 – 1984: Work History Unknown

1984 – 1986: Sacred Heart Cathedral in Raleigh, North Carolina (Vicar to the Hispanics)

Victim #6: 14 years old – Fondling, Masturbation (North Carolina & Mexico)
Victim #7: 12 years old – Fondling, Masturbation (North Carolina)

1986-1988: Campus Ministry – St. John’s Preparatory School in Collegeville, Minnesota

Victim #8: 17 year old: Bizarre, Uncomfortable Sexual Questions
Victim #9: 17 year old: Fr. Schulte puts victim’s hand on Schulte’s genitals

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Topics: Dunstan Moorse, Francisco Schulte, John Kelly, Puerto Rico, San Antonio Abad

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