In August 2016, Fr. Anthony Giuliano of the Archdiocese of New York was accused of sexually abusing a 15-year-old boy in the 1980s. Law enforcement and the Archdiocese of New York determined the allegation to be credible, and Fr. Giuliano was subsequently removed him from his assignments at St. John the Evangelist in Pawling, New York, and St. Charles Borromeo in Dover Plains, New York. Fr. Giuliano remained on leave as of June 2017 pending the results of a review by the archdiocesan Lay Review Board.
Fr. Anthony Giuliano was ordained in 1984. He assisted at parishes in the Bronx, Suffern, Staten Island, and Yonkers, and pastored in Mt. Vernon, Hawthorne, the Bronx, Dover Plains, and Pawling, NY.
Fr. Anthony Giuliano worked at the following locations:
1984-1989: Holy Rosary, Bronx, NY
1989-1991: Sacred Heart, Suffern, NY
1989-1991: Dominican Sisters Covenant; Good Samaritan Hospital; Tagaste Monastery; Suffern, NY
1991-1995: St. Lucy’s, Bronx, NY
1995-2000: St. Francis of Assisi, Mt. Vernon, NY
2000-2004: Holy Rosary, Hawthorne, NY
2004-2007: St. Michael’s, Bronx, NY
2007-2009: St. Christopher’s, Staten Island, NY
2009-2011: Christ the King, Yonkers, NY
2011-2016: St. Charles Borromeo, Dover Plains, NY
2013-2016: St. John the Evangelist, Pawling, NY
Fr. Giuliano was suspended from ministry in August 2016.
(Sources: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/bronx-priest-suspended-child-sexual-abuse-charges-article-1.2780156 and http://www.bishopaccountability.org/assign/Giuliano_Anthony_J.html)