Rev. James L. Arimond
Milwaukee archbishop was William Edward Cousins (1958-1977)
|1968||Immaculate Conception||Burlington||WI||3/3||Parish had an elementary school with 678-691 students, and a high school with 320-293 students.|
|1965||1968||St. Theresa's||Powers Lake||WI||This was a mission of Immaculate Conception in Burlington.|
|1968||1969||St. Gall's||Milwaukee||WI||2/2||Parish had a school with 182 students.|
Cousins was succeeded by George Rembert Weakland, O.S.B.(1977-2002)
|1979||St. Alphonsus||Greendale||WI||2/3, 2/4, 2/5||
Parish had a school with 865-729 students.
Arimond earned a masters degree from the University.of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1973.
|1979||1982||Sacred Heart of Jesus||Milwaukee||WI||1/2||Parish had a school with 260-245 students.|
|1983||1987||St. Bernadette's||Milwaukee||WI||2/2||Parish had a school with 342-241 students.|
• Arimond pleaded no contest in July 1990 to having sexually assaulted a 15 or 16 year old boy in 1988. The boy disclosed the abuse to his parents when he was 18 years old, after they had moved away from the area.
|1989||1992||Absent on Leave||Per news reports, Arimond worked at the Cousins Center in St. Francis for years after the 1990 sexual assault charge.||Arimond was placed on administrative leave in January 1990 after the accusation surfaced that he had sexually assaulted a boy in Cudahy in the summer of 1989. He pleaded no contest in July 1990 and was sentenced to 18 months probation and 45 days in the House of Correction, in a work release program.|
|1992||1993||Awaiting Assignment||A phone number given for Arimond is 414-769-3496.|
Arimond is not indexed in the Directories after 1996.
He received his license to practice counseling in the state of Wisconsin in 1995, and went on to work as a professional counselor in Racine.
Weakland was replaced by Timothy Michael Dolan (2002-2009)
|2004||An April 2002 news report about Arimond's 1990 conviction prompted the state Department of Regulation and Licensing to investigate, resulting in the rescinding of Arimond's counseling license in July 2003. He then retired and left the state. By 2004 he was laicized.|
Sources: Official Catholic Directory (New York: P.J. Kenedy and Sons, 1966-1997)