Newark, N.J., Sep 4, 2019 / 08:00 am
Disgraced former cardinal Theodore McCarrick created a "culture of fear and intimidation" at the Seton Hall University seminary, according to a report released by the university on Aug. 27.
"McCarrick used his position of power as then-Archbishop of Newark to sexually harass seminarians. No minors or other University students were determined to have been affected by McCarrick," said the statement.
Seton Hall is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Newark, which McCarrick led from 1988-2000. The Archbishop of Newark serves as president of the university's board of trustees.
It is one of the oldest diocesan-run Catholic universities in the country and has about 10,000 students, including 6,000 undergraduates. Seton Hall is also home to Immaculate Conception Seminary and St. Andrew's Hall college seminary.