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Rev. Robert J. Post

Ordained: 1982

Start Stop Assignment Town/Accusations State Position Notes

1982

Bishop of the Bridgeport diocese was Walter W. Curtis (1961-1988)

1984 St. Mary's Bethel CT 4/5, 2/2 Parish had a school with 227-245 students.
1984 1987 St. Thomas More Darien CT

2/3

In residence

Parish had a religious education program with 675 students.

1984

Edward M. Egan became Bishop of Bridgeport in 1988 (1988-2000)

1989 Stamford Catholic High School

Stamford

Alleged in a legal complaint to have abused boys at a high school in this diocese, and removed as a result. Referred to as Robert C. Post in complaint. (Renew America
August 17, 2007)

CT Spiritual Director

SCHS had 694-484 students.

 

1992 1995 Trinity Catholic High School (formerly Stamford Catholic High School) Stamford CT Spiritual Director Trinity Catholic had 400 students.
1987 2000 Sacred Heart (Italian) Stamford CT

5/6, 4/4, 3/3, 3/5, 3/6

Listed in the diocesan pages of the Official Catholic Directories as "in residence" 1987-1988 and 1992-1993. The suffix, "Ph.D" is added to his name in 1995.

Sacred Heart had a school with 214-175 students.

Beginning with the 1996 Official Catholic Directory, Post's name is followed by the suffix, Ph.D.

2000

William E. Lori became Bridgeport bishop in 2001

2004 St. Thomas More Darien CT

2/2

 

Parish had a religious education program with 907-970 students.
2004 2005 ? ? ?   Not indexed or listed in the O.C.D..
2005 2007 St. Thomas More Darien CT 2/3

Parish had a religious education program with 1,025 students.


Source: Official Catholic Directory (New York: Kenedy & Sons, 1982-2007).

Priests in a Parish: We use the following convention to show a priest's place among the clergy of a parish: 1/2 means that he is the first priest listed in the Official Catholic Directory (usually the pastor) and that there is a total of two priests at the parish. The shorthand 3/4 means that the priest is listed third on a four-priest roster. See our sample page from the Directory.

Note: The Official Catholic Directory aims to report the whereabouts of Catholic priests in the United States on January 1 of the Directory's publication year. Our working assumption is that a priest listed in the Directory for a given year was at the same assignment for part of the previous year as well. However, Kenedy & Sons will sometimes accept updates well into the year of publication. Diocesan clergy records are rarely available to correct this information. The Directory is also sometimes misleading or wrong. We have tried to create an accurate assignment record, given the source materials and their limitations. Assignment records are a work in progress and we are always improving the records that we post. Please email us with new information and corrections.

 
 

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