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Anthony J. Giuliano

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St. Charles Borromeo parish

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catholicny.live.communityq.com

An allegation of sexual abuse of a minor dating from approximately 30 years ago has been made against Father Anthony Giuliano, the pastor of St. John the Evangelist parish in Pawling and St. Charles Borromeo parish in Dover Plains.
A letter dated Aug. 31, addressed to members of the two parishes in Dutchess County, gave further details of the situation. The letter, which was written by Auxiliary Bishop Gerald Walsh, the archdiocese's vicar for clergy, said the allegation against Father Giuliano has been found credible, but it has not yet been substantiated and noted that Father Giuliano has denied it. Until the matter is resolved, the letter said, Father Giuliano is not permitted to publicly function as a priest, according to the "policy and practice" of the archdiocese as well as the promises made in the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Father Giuliano has served as pastor of St. Charles Borromeo since 2012, and he previously was administrator there for nine months. He has served as pastor of St. John the Evangelist in Pawling since 2013. He was ordained a priest of the archdiocese in 1984. The letter from Bishop Walsh said that anyone with "concerns or suspicions about Father Giuliano during his time in Dutchess County" is "strongly urged" to contact the Dutchess County District Attorney at (845) 486-2300.


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"It's a regular country parish," said Father Anthony Giuliano, the pastor.
"The people know one another," he added. They are there no matter what the weather," said Father Giuliano, who was recently appointed to serve as pastor of St. John the Evangelist in Pawling while continuing at St. Charles Borromeo. Stained-glass windows portray the seven sacraments as well as other symbols of the faith. "They are teaching tools for the church, and symbols to help people understand the faith," Father Giuliano said. Father Giuliano is the lone priest at St. Charles Borromeo, which is also served by Deacon James Lawlor. The pastor told CNY that there is an atmosphere of familiarity at the parish, with everyone knowing their neighbors. That helps in what he sees as the parish's mission, which he said is "to bring back the lost and wayward sheep of God." To do this, he tells parishioners to live out the Gospel message and spread the word that the parish is there to welcome all. "We have 17 mobile home parks in (our) boundaries," Father Giuliano said, noting that he visits them with the hope of bringing people into the parish. The best way to darw new parishioners, he said, is by word of mouth. "In a country parish, they trust each other more readily," he said. People are coming into the parish, slowly but surely, particularly the young. He said with affection, "We are always trying to get back the lost sheep," and added that for the future the aim is to keep that mission going.


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"It's a regular country parish," said Father Anthony Giuliano, the pastor.
"The people know one another," he added. They are there no matter what the weather," said Father Giuliano, who was recently appointed to serve as pastor of St. John the Evangelist in Pawling while continuing at St. Charles Borromeo. Stained-glass windows portray the seven sacraments as well as other symbols of the faith. "They are teaching tools for the church, and symbols to help people understand the faith," Father Giuliano said. Father Giuliano is the lone priest at St. Charles Borromeo, which is also served by Deacon James Lawlor. The pastor told CNY that there is an atmosphere of familiarity at the parish, with everyone knowing their neighbors. That helps in what he sees as the parish's mission, which he said is "to bring back the lost and wayward sheep of God." To do this, he tells parishioners to live out the Gospel message and spread the word that the parish is there to welcome all. "We have 17 mobile home parks in (our) boundaries," Father Giuliano said, noting that he visits them with the hope of bringing people into the parish. The best way to darw new parishioners, he said, is by word of mouth. "In a country parish, they trust each other more readily," he said. People are coming into the parish, slowly but surely, particularly the young. He said with affection, "We are always trying to get back the lost sheep," and added that for the future the aim is to keep that mission going.


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Emmet R. Nevin, St. Paul's, Congers; Father Joseph Blenkle, St. Mary, Mother of the Church, Fishkill; Father Peter Byrne, St. Elizabeth's, Manhattan; Father Peter Colapietro, St. Monica's, Manhattan; Father John DeBellis, Holy Spirit, Cortlandt Manor; Father John Duff, St. Mary of the Assumption, Katonah; Father Jeffrey Galens, St. Patrick's, Armonk; Father Anthony Giuliano, St. John's, Pawling, in addition to St. Charles Borromeo, Dover Plains; Father Richard Guarnieri, St. Gregory the Great, Harrison; Father Thomas Kiely, Our Lady of Loretto, Cold Spring; Father Peter Kihm, Good Shepherd, Rhinebeck; Father William Luciano, Blessed Sacrament, New Rochelle; Father Michael Martine, Holy Rosary, Staten Island; Father Arthur Mastrolia, St. Anthony's, Yonkers; Father Peter McGeory, St. Joseph's, Bronxville; Father Brian McSweeney, St. Augustine's, Ossining; Father Robert Robbins, Our Saviour, Manhattan, in addition to serving as administrator of Our Lady of the Scapular/St.
Father Anthony Giuliano has served since last July as pastor of St. Charles Borromeo parish, Dover Plains, where he previously was administrator for nine months. He served as parochial vicar of Christ the King, Yonkers, 2009-2011; St. Christopher's, Staten Island, 2007-2009; and St. Michael's, Bronx, 2005-2007. He was pastor of Holy Rosary, Hawthorne, 2000-2005, and St. Francis of Assisi, Mount Vernon/Bronx, 1996-2000, where he previously was administrator for nine months. He served as parochial vicar in the Bronx at Our Lady of Angels, 1994-1995; St. Lucy's, 1991-1994; and Holy Rosary, 1984-1989; and in Suffern at Sacred Heart, 1989-1991. He was ordained in 1984.


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Emmet R. Nevin, St. Paul's, Congers; Father Joseph Blenkle, St. Mary, Mother of the Church, Fishkill; Father Peter Byrne, St. Elizabeth's, Manhattan; Father Peter Colapietro, St. Monica's, Manhattan; Father John DeBellis, Holy Spirit, Cortlandt Manor; Father John Duff, St. Mary of the Assumption, Katonah; Father Jeffrey Galens, St. Patrick's, Armonk; Father Anthony Giuliano, St. John's, Pawling, in addition to St. Charles Borromeo, Dover Plains; Father Richard Guarnieri, St. Gregory the Great, Harrison; Father Thomas Kiely, Our Lady of Loretto, Cold Spring; Father Peter Kihm, Good Shepherd, Rhinebeck; Father William Luciano, Blessed Sacrament, New Rochelle; Father Michael Martine, Holy Rosary, Staten Island; Father Arthur Mastrolia, St. Anthony's, Yonkers; Father Peter McGeory, St. Joseph's, Bronxville; Father Brian McSweeney, St. Augustine's, Ossining; Father Robert Robbins, Our Saviour, Manhattan, in addition to serving as administrator of Our Lady of the Scapular/St.
Father Anthony Giuliano has served since last July as pastor of St. Charles Borromeo parish, Dover Plains, where he previously was administrator for nine months. He served as parochial vicar of Christ the King, Yonkers, 2009-2011; St. Christopher's, Staten Island, 2007-2009; and St. Michael's, Bronx, 2005-2007. He was pastor of Holy Rosary, Hawthorne, 2000-2005, and St. Francis of Assisi, Mount Vernon/Bronx, 1996-2000, where he previously was administrator for nine months. He served as parochial vicar in the Bronx at Our Lady of Angels, 1994-1995; St. Lucy's, 1991-1994; and Holy Rosary, 1984-1989; and in Suffern at Sacred Heart, 1989-1991. He was ordained in 1984.


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