Caroline Overington; 9/4/10; (4 Items)
The Order of St John of God in Sydney will provide a home for a Catholic brother who molested boys at a school for the disadvantaged and intellectually disabled, when he is deported from New Zealand. Rodger William Moloney, an Australian who went to New Zealand in the 1970s to establish a school for boys in Christchurch, has been released from prison after serving 13 months of a three-year sentence for the sexual abuse of children. He will now serve a year on parole in New Zealand, before being deported to Australia. Simon Feely, a spokesman for the Sydney-based St John of God, a Catholic order, said Moloney, 74, would be retired, and provided with accommodation.