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At least 20 Jesuit priests with a history of sexual misconduct were sent to live on a college campus

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Father James Poole, a priest in Nome, Alaska, was serial sexual predator, who abused at least 20 women and girls, according to court documents. 
In response to his serial abuse, he was sent to live out his retirement years on Gonzaga University’s campus in Spokane, Washington.
And he isn’t the only one: For three decades, Cardinal Bea House on Gonzaga’s campus has served as a retirement home for at least 20 Jesuit priests accused of sexual misconduct.
Documents show a longstanding pattern of Jesuit officials in the an area including Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho and Alaska, privately acknowledging inappropriate sexual behavior, but not releasing that information to the public.

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On the surface, Father James Poole seemed like the cool priest in Nome, Alaska. He founded a Catholic mission radio station that broadcast his Jesuit sermons alongside contemporary pop hits. A 1978 story in People magazine called Poole “Western Alaska’s Hippest DJ . Comin’ at Ya with Rock’n’Roll ‘n’ Religion.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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