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archdiocese

the diocese of an archbishop
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Speaking publicly for the first time on the council's plans for the school, Canon Peter Collins, chairman of the Archdiocesan Schools Commission, said while the Archdiocese recognised the challenges faced by local authorities in addressing issues of falling rolls, the closure of this secondary school was not the way forward.
But in the media's defense, it's extremely difficult to get sensitive information out of the archdiocese.
The lawsuit asserts that the archdiocese knew about Lucas' alleged pedophilia but made no effort to restrict his access to children or investigate his activities.
But Mr Grey, who now lives in Leicester, is angry that the archdiocese has sanctioned the use of a private eye to question members of his family and investigate his claim that he is unable to work.
Linbeck began construction of the cathedral in May 2005 after working with the archdiocese for about five years to plan the massive project.
Approval of the plan would mean that the archdiocese would emerge with an additional $3 million in debt, but no properties will have been sold, its parishes and other assets protected.
Jim Rigg join us as Superintendent of the Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools," said Blase J.
The donation comes in an archdiocese that in recent months has put together a financial-recovery plan including a 2percent increase in the assessment on all parishes.
No Catholic parish property or school will be sold or encumbered in a far-reaching bankruptcy reorganization of the Archdiocese of Portland announced Monday that will settle as many as 170 legal claims by victims of sexual abuse by priests.
Supreme Court Justice Ira Gammerman ruled that parishioners of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America could not challenge in civil court amendments to the religious organization's 1977 charter.
The former CEO of the food purchasing wing of the Archdiocese of New York has been indicted on charges of pocketing $2 million, the Associated Press reports.
New Orleans -- In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, at least half of the 300 priests of the Archdiocese of New Orleans were unaccounted for and most parishioners were scattered.