The following information regarding Father Louis A. Brouillard, 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.


1948-1949       Saint Jude Taddaeus                                       Sinajana, Guam

1949-1955       St. Vincent Ferrer/San Vicente                       Barrigada, Guam

1955-1966       Santa Teresita                                                  Mangilao, Guam

1966-1968       on sick leave                                                   Agana, Guam

1968-1976       The Father Duenas School and Seminary       Tai, Guam

1973                San Isidro Catholic Church of Malojloj          Inarajan, Guam

1978-1979       St. Vincent Ferrer/San Vicente                       Barrigada, Guam

1979-1981       St. William                                                      Tumon Bay, Guam

1981-1984       St. Joseph’s                                                     Beroun, Minnesota

1984-1985       St. Mary’s                                                       Keewatin, Minnesota

1984-1985       St. Anne’s                                                       Kelly Lake, Minnesota

1987                Retired                                                            Pine City, Minnesota

Louis A. Brouillard


Father Louis Brouillard was ordained in 1948 and he spent 30 years of his career as a priest in Guam.  During an interview with the Associated Press, Father Brouillard admitted to sexually molesting approximately 20 boys when he served in Guam between the 1940s and the 1970s.  He was teaching at the San Vicente and Father Duenas Memorial Schools at the time.  Father Brouillard is also listed in the Catholic Directory as the Diocesan Chaplain for the Boy Scouts of America in Guam during the 1970s.