Last spring, a local high school belatedly warned parents about an octogenarian British cleric.
"Fr. [Patrick] Egan has been communicating with one of our families seeking to work out," wrote Gabriel Richard High School president John DeJak. DeJak added that he "would discourage any contact of any minor or young adult with Fr. Egan."
It was a startling fall from grace for the popular priest, a former assistant pastor at Christ the King Catholic Church at Domino's Farms and chaplain for Domino's founder Tom Monaghan's Ave Maria Radio and Ave Maria Foundation. Egan's undoing: the unusual boxing lessons he liked to give to young males.
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