Eighteen men on the list are dead or former brothers with a credible or established offense. Also named are 14 dead or former brothers against whom there are allegations that couldn't be "fully investigated" but for which there is a "reasonable possibility" that they occurred.
The Baltimore Sun reports the order's general superior issued a statement asking forgiveness "for this unspeakable violation of trust." The brothers operate 13 schools in Maryland, Kentucky, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts, according to their website.
Information from: The Baltimore Sun, http://www.baltimoresun.com