By NICHOLE GOLDEN, Editor | Published September 28, 2022
ATLANTA—The Archdiocese of Atlanta updated its list of “Other Diocesan Priests with Credible Allegations of Child Abuse outside the Archdiocese of Atlanta” on Sept. 27.
The list was updated with the name of priest Roberto L. Jaramillo, who no longer serves in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Jaramillo is on the list of priests with credible allegations of sexual abuse in the Diocese of Sacramento, California. He worked in Atlanta between 2005 and 2008.
The lists of priests, deacons, seminarians and religious with credible allegations of sexual abuse of minors is published on the archdiocesan website at archatl.com/offices/child-and-youth-protection/list. The lists are in English and Spanish and include locations of service of those named.
The list is divided into three parts:
Priests and others under the direct authority of the Archdiocese of Atlanta where a credible allegation of sexual abuse has been made involving conduct within the archdiocese;
Priests and others under the direct authority of a religious order, but assigned to the Atlanta Archdiocese where a credible allegation of sexual abuse has been made involving conduct within the archdiocese; and
Priests and others where the Archdiocese of Atlanta has not received an allegation of sexual abuse regarding conduct within the archdiocese, but where a credible allegation of sexual abuse has been made against them elsewhere.
The archdiocesan 24-hour abuse reporting hotline is 1-888-437-0764.