Notes: Multiple survivors have accused Fr. Donald Eugene Broderson of child sexual abuse, from approximately 1972-1978, while he worked at various parishes in California. Among his victims are six brothers who accused Fr. Broderson of child sexual abuse, during 1972 to 1973, while he worked at St. Joachim Parish in Hayward, California. Fr. Broderson was reportedly then transferred to Most Precious Blood in Concord, California in 1973 where he continued to abuse children until 1975. As the allegations surfaced, Fr. Broderson was transferred between parishes and sent to treatment and/or counseling. In 1993, he was forced into retirement by the Church and banned from ministry. It is believed Fr. Broderson has not been laicized. Upon retirement, he allegedly moved back into his parents’ home in Richmond, California and became a licensed marriage and family therapist. He has been named in multiple civil lawsuits and in 2005, he admitted to sexually abusing four sets of brothers during the 1970s. Fr. Broderson’s whereabouts and whether he had access to children from 1987 until death in 2010 are unknown.