Three priests who had ties to San Antonio were included on a list released Friday of Jesuits who have been credibly accused of sexual assault of a minor.

The list contains the names of the Jesuits who are or were members of the U.S. Central and Southern (UCS) Province and its predecessor entities: the New Orleans Province, the Missouri Province, or the Independent Region of Puerto Rico of the Society of Jesus.

The Jesuits U.S. Central and Southern Province noted that the allegations are not necessarily true and that the allegations do not necessarily stem from any of their listed assignments.

The three men on the list with ties to San Antonio all had multiple allegations against them, but have all passed away.

Francis M. Landwermeyer, SJ was ordained in 1966 and left the Society of Jesus and Priesthood in 2011. His estimated timeframe of abuse was in the 1960s and 1970s, the The Jesuits U.S. Central and Southern Province said. His pastoral assignments in San Antonio were at Central Catholic High, Antonian High School and St. Cecilia. He died in 2018.

Austin N. Park, SJ was ordained in 1955 and was already out of ministry due to dementia when the allegations were received. His estimated timeframe of abuse was in the 1960s, the The Jesuits U.S. Central and Southern Province said. His San Antonio assignment was at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish and Shrine. He also had assignments in El Paso. He passed away in 2013.

Alfonso Madrid, SJ was ordained in 1950 and passed away in 1982. He was deceased when allegations were received. His estimated timeframe of abuse was in the 1960s and 1970s, the The Jesuits U.S. Central and Southern Province said. His San Antonio assignment was at Our Lady of Guadalupe and he also worked in El Paso.

The Archdiocese of San Antonio released the following statement regarding the allegation list:

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