In 1988, Fr. Donald Malone of the Archdiocese of New York was removed from the position of principal at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, New York, after he allegedly solicited sex from a teenage boy on a city street. Fr. Malone had also been arrested at a rest stop for public lewdness and loitering in 1979. After leaving Archbishop Stepinac High School, Fr. Malone was assigned to three parishes between 1989 and 1992. The Archdiocese placed him on a permanent leave of absence in 1993.
Fr. Donald Malone was ordained in 1960 and worked in parishes in the Bronx, Barrytown, Yonkers, Staten Island, and Highland Mills, New York, and was the principal of Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, New York.
Fr. Donald Malone worked in the following locations:
1961-1964: Our Lady of Mercy, Bronx, NY
1965: Sacred Heart, Barrytown, NY
1966-1970: St. Denis, Yonkers, NY
1971-1988: Archbishop Stepinac High School, White Plains, NY
1989: Absent on sick leave
1990: Blessed Sacrament, Staten Island, NY
1991-1992: Absent on sick leave
1993: St. Patrick’s, Highland Mills, NY
1997-2002: Absent on leave