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In 1973, Chappy again "has difficulty with little girls." Some documents are more discreet than explicit. Paul's Indian Mission, on the Yankton Sioux Reservation, also in South Dakota, had excessive "interest in" and "dealings with" older male students, says a report to Church higher-ups. Paul's, pictured below, was renamed Marty Indian School when the tribe took it over in 1975; 2008 graduation tipis are shown in the foreground.) Another nun has "too close a circle of friends, especially two boys." What ex-students describe as rampant sexual abuse in South Dakota's half-dozen boarding schools occurred against a backdrop of extreme violence.
Izzy Zephier, 62, a Yankton Sioux tribal member, recalled a Sunday-evening ritual at St. "Those who'd tried to run away were stripped, lined up, and given 40 lashes each with a thick rubber strap," he said. "We were marched along barbed-wire-lined sidewalks from locked dorms to locked classrooms and back again; in grade school, we went outdoors within a barbed-wire-topped pen." The church building at St.
Paul's had its own crown of thorns in those days; it, too, was surrounded by a barbed-wire fence, lest worshippers made a run for it.
Francis Mission, on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation, in South Dakota, to Catholic Church superiors.
The mission ran one of many boarding schools to which Native American parents were required to send their children from the late 1800s until the 1970s, when most of the institutions were closed down or transferred to tribal control.
More than 65 other pedophile clerics and Church employees were named, including the late Father Francis Suttmiller, accused by Zephier and more than a dozen other men and women who were St. The lawsuits resulted in the disclosure of Church documents (now public court documents, including those quoted above) that detail the abuse and describe transfers of predators, not all of whom are dead.
After complaints about one brother surfaced in South Dakota, he was off to Washington, D."All goes along quietly out here," one priest wrote in 1968, with "good religious and lay faculty" at the mission.There are troublesome staffers, though, including "Chappy," who is "fooling around with little girls -- he had them down the basement of our building in the dark, where we found a pair of panties torn." Later that year, Brother Francis Chapman was still abusing children, though by 1970, he was "a new man," the reports say.College Dating Space for JC, NDSU, U Mary, UND College University Students Online Free.The letters are casual, even chatty, from officials of St.' I hit the priest five times and knocked him down. The next day, I was expelled." He and other ex-students reported reaffirming their traditional spirituality upon leaving school.