|Assignment Record – Rev. Charles Arnold Bartles, s.j.
Summary of Case: Bartles was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1965. He went on to work in Kansas, Florida, Georgia, Alaska, New Orleans, Jamaica and Brazil. He died in 1993. An accusation against Bartles was revealed in the Fairbanks diocese's bankruptcy reorganization documents in 2010.
Died: July 28, 1993
Kansas City archbishop was Edward Joseph Hunkeler (1951-1969).
|1967||St. Mary's College||St. Mary's||KS|
St. Petersburg bishop was Charles Borromeo McLaughlin (1968-1978).
|1971||Jesuit High School||Tampa||FL|
Kingston in Jamaica archbishop was Samuel Emmanuel Carter, s.j. (1970-1994).
Atlanta archbishop was Thomas Andrew Donnellan (1968-1987).
|1978||Ignatius Retreat House||Atlanta||GA||In residence.|
||Atlanta||GA||teacher||Marist was a college preparatory school for boys until 1976, when girls were admitted. During Bartles' time there, Marist had 646-577 boys, and 153-217 girls.|
Fairbanks bishop was Robert Louis Whelan, s.j. (1968-1985).
|1982||Our Lady of the Snows||Nulato||AK||1/1|
|1978||1982||Koyukuk||AK||This was a mission of Our Lady of the Snows in Nulato.|
|1978||1982||Huslia||AK||This was a mission of Our Lady of the Snows in Nulato.|
|1982||1985||St. John Berchman||Galena||AK||1/1|
|1982||1985||St. Patrick||Koyukuk||AK||This was a mission of St. John Berchman in Galena.|
|1982||1985||St. Francis Regis||Galena||AK||This was a mission of St. John Berchman in Galena.|
Whelan was succeeded as Fairbanks bishop by Michael Joseph Kaniecki, s.j. (1985-2000).
|1986||Monroe High School||Fairbanks||AK||Monroe High School had 140 students.|
|1986||1988||Immaculate Heart of Mary||Marshall||AK||This was a mission of Immaculate Conception in Bethel.|
|1986||1988||Our Lady of Guadalupe||Russian Mission||AK||This was a mission of Immaculate Conception in Bethel.|
|1988||1989||Bartles is not indexed in the 1989 Directory.|
|New Orleans archbishop was Francis Bible Schulte (1988-2002).||St. Ann's||New Orleans||LA||
organized alcohol treatment programs
Sao Paulo archbishop was Paulo Evaristo Arns, o.f.m. (1970-1998).
|1993||Foreign Missions: Instituto Souzo||Campinas||Sao Paulo, Brazil||director of treatment and training of counselors||
The 1992 and 1993 Directories list Bartles as in Campinas. He is noted to be a priest of the New Orleans province.
Bartles died July 28, 1993.
Sources: Official Catholic Directory (New York: P.J. Kenedy and Sons, 1966-1994)