Notes: Father Anselm Gouveia’s sexual abuse of children was prolific and known to church leaders throughout his career. He was ordained a priest of the Sacred Heart Fathers and assigned to work in the Diocese of Honolulu in 1945. Bishop Sweeny of the Diocese of Honolulu, was involved in assigning Fr. Gouveia to parishes in Hawaii. Fr. Gouveia was appointed as the Novice Master in 1956. By 1961, Fr. Gouveia had to be dismissed from his position for abusing children. Fr. Gouveia was relocated to St. Anthony’s in Honolulu in 1963. There is no evidence that law enforcement was notified. In 1973, Fr. Gouveia was appointed as the pastor of St. Augustine’s Church in Honolulu. Here, Fr. Gouveia met and sexually abused a boy, which included acts of sodomy. He and other boys were plied with money from Fr. Gouveia. Fr. Gouveia continued to function as a priest until his death in 1981. During the later years of his career, Fr. Gouveia was elevated to the prominent position of Delegate to the Provincial Council.