Forced to have sex at knifepoint: Lawsuit claims Houston church didn’t address employee’s abuse claims
A former employee of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church and School has filed a lawsuit against her former supervisor and employer, alleging he sexually abused her for months at work and church leaders responded with retaliation when she reported him.
Have you seen him? 59-year-old man wanted for sexually abusing child for nearly 2 years, police say
Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department Special Victims Division are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a fugitive (Jose Antonio Zavala) who is accused of sexually abusing a child for nearly two years.
Stafford man sentenced to 42 years in prison for sexually abusing former girlfriend’s 9-year-old child, DA says
A 32-year-old Stafford man has been sentenced to 42 years in prison after pleading guilty to aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency of a child, Fort Bend County District Attorney confirmed Wednesday.
Where are the credibly accused priests?
But one year later, what has come of these revelations that accused over 40 priests from the Archdiocese of an unthinkable act? Houston retirement homeLopez de Casas questioned the rationale for places like the Fiorenza Priests Retirement Residence at St. Dominic Village that houses priests with the Archdiocese funds. A few credibly accused priests, such as Charles Schoppe, Denis Lynch, Anthony Stredny and Dennis Peterson, were at one time or another connected to the address. The Archdiocese said none of the priests on the credibly accused list live there now. Response from the ArchdioceseOfficials with the Galveston-Houston Archdiocese agreed to speak with KPRC 2 late Friday to explain why the church continues to support priests, who have been credibly accused.