Haitian-Born Priest Accused Of Sexual Misconduct


CaribWorldNews, BOSTON, MA, Mon. June 21, 2010: Allegations of adult sexual misconduct  has resulted in the revocation of a Haitian-born priest`s right to perform mass by The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston.

The Boston archdiocese announced Sunday that the priviledges of Rev. Gabriel Michel, a priest of the Archdiocese of Cap-Haitien in Haiti, has been revoked.

Father Michel has served in Boston since 2002 and was most recently parochial vicar at St. Angela`s Parish in Mattapan and a coordinator of the archdiocese`s Haitian Apostolate. He was also a chaplain at Massachusetts General Hospital.

No further details of the allegations against the Rev. Michel were provided.

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