The victim, now 61, was just 12 years old when he attended St. William Hodgson Marshall was a teacher and sports coach.
The sexual assaults lasted for more than a year, and, in the statement of claim, the victim says he was expelled from the school for reporting the abuse to school officials.
Marshall was convicted in 2011 of indecent assault of 15 boys and one girl, and of sexually assaulting another boy.
Six of his victims are from Sudbury, while most of the others are from Toronto or Windsor. Named in the lawsuit are Marshall, the Sudbury Catholic District School Board, the Basilian Fathers, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sault Ste.
William Hodgson Marshall at the school in the late 1960s is suing the Sudbury Catholic District School Board and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sault Ste. (File) A million lawsuit by one of the molestation victims of a Catholic priest in Sudbury will be back in court this fall to set a trial date.
They were engaged after five weeks, and married about five months later.And after 1980, the Vatican allowed Protestant clergy who converted to Catholicism to remain married to their wives.But Murphy isn't necessarily a supporter of married Catholic priests -- the issue could cause resentment within the ranks of a majority celibate priesthood, he said, even though it might help bolster the priest shortage in the country.He wanted a family, but his vows of celibacy prevented that."I got ordained at 37 in 2001, and I had been in a couple of relationships before that, so the whole celibacy issue was a question for me -- even on the day of my ordination," he said.