Assignment Record– Rev. Daniel R. McBride
Summary of Case: McBride was placed on leave in 2002 when charged with sexual abuse of a 17 year-old boy who was part of a prostitution ring. McBride pleaded guilty to soliciting a minor and was sentenced to three years probation. He received three years probation. McBride was placed on Administrative Leave, which remained his status until his death in January 2015.
Ordained: April 28, 1951
Retired: August 2, 1996
Died: January 12, 2015
Cleveland bishop was Edward Francis Hoban (1945-1966)
|1956||St. Christopher's||Rocky River||OH||
|St. Christopher's had a school with 403-511 students.|
|1956||1961||Holy Name||Cleveland||OH||5/6, 4/6, 3/6||Holy Name had an elementary school (K-6) with 886-1,085 students and a Jr. High and High School (7-12) with 1,038-799 students.|
|1961||1965||St. Joseph's||Collinwood||OH||3/3, 2/3||St. Joseph's had a school with 573-519 students.|
Hoban was succeeded by Clarence George Issenmann (1966-1974)
|1968||St. Peter's||Lorain||OH||2/3||St. Peter's had a school with 424-445 students.|
|1968||1971||St. Margaret Mary||South Euclid||OH||
|St. Margaret Mary had a school with 923-841 students.|
St. William's had a school with 495 students.
In the 1972 Directory, McBride is indexed at St. William's but is not listed there in the Cleveland diocesan pages.
|1971||1972||St. Wendelin's||Cleveland||OH||Parochial Vicar||This assignment is per the diocese.|
|1970||1975||Assistant Secretary for the Diocesan Legal Office|
|1971||1976||Diocesan Council of Administration|
|1976||1977||Diocesan Central Maintenance Director|
James Aloysius Hickey replaced Issenmann (1974-1980)
|1975||Conversion of St. Paul and Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament (St. Paul Shrine)||Cleveland||OH||1/2, 1/4|
|1975||1980||St. Thomas Aquinas||Cleveland||OH||1/2, 1/3||St. Thomas Aquinas' had a school with 233-259 students.|
Following Hickey as bishop was Anthony Michael Pilla (1980-2006)
|1987||St. Ann's||Cleveland Heights||OH||1/2, 1/5, 1/3, 1/4||St. Ann's had a school with 487-356 students.|
|1987||1989||McBride is not indexed in the 1988 or 1989 Directories.|
|1989||1991||Absent on Leave|
Buffalo bishop was Edward Dennis Head (1973-1995)
|1994||Released from Diocesan Assignment||Mayville||NY||The 1992, 1993, and 1994 Directories list McBride's address as P.O. Box 156 Mayville, NY|
|1994||1997||McBride is not indexed in the 1995-1997 Directories.|
• McBride was found in a grand jury investigation to have solicited sex in April 2002 from a 17-year-old boy at a bar in Ohio City. (Plain Dealer
St. Barnabas had a school with 686-762 students.
McBride was placed on Administrative Leave in July 2002 (Diocese of Cleveland
Richard Gerard Lennon replaced Pilla
|2015||Administrative Leave||McBride died January 12, 2015. (Diocese of Cleveland)|
Source: Official Catholic Directory (New York: P.J. Kenedy and Sons, 1952-2009)
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This assignment record was last updated on May 28, 2016.