The following information regarding Father Andrew Mannetta, including his assignments and some of the allegations against him, has been compiled from public sources that are listed below. Please note that the information on this page is not intended to suggest the allegations are true or false, but is merely being provided to summarize publicly available information. If you or someone you love was abused, please contact us to learn your legal options.

Assignments

1980                Seminarian                                                      Guam

1983                Ordained

1984                Our Lady of Mount Caramel                          Agat, Guam

1985-88           San Miguet/San Miguel                                  Talofofo, Guam

1989                Santa Teresita Church                                     Mangilao, Guam

1985-1991       Chalan Pago, Piti, Mangilao                           Guam

1993                Church information unknown                        Oahu, Hawaii

1997-2001       St. Fidelis Friary                                             Agana Heights, Guam

1997-2001       St. Elizabeth Church                                       Aiea, Hawaii

2001-03           Our Lady of Good Counsel Church                Pearl City, Hawaii

Summary

Father Andrew Mannetta first came to Guam in 1980, and he was ordained into the priesthood in May 1983.  In 2003, a lawsuit was filed that claimed Father Mannetta sexually abused a child while he was the pastor of St. Elizabeth Church in Aiea, Hawaii.  His accuser claimed that he was sexually abused from 1997 to 2001.  Other public accusations claimed that Father Mannetta sexually abused two altar boys in 1994 and another youth between 1997-1998.  Father Mannetta served at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Agat, Guam, after he was ordained.  He was also assigned to San Miguel in Talofofo, and Santa Teresita Church in Mangilao.

Sources

http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news3/2003_05_22_Adamski_GuestPriest_Andrew_Mannetta_1.htm

http://www.kuam.com/Global/story.asp?S=12200690

http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2010/03_04/2010_03_25_Aguon_ArchdioceseReviewing.htm