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archdiocese

the diocese of an archbishop
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The joint plan had been reached May 30 among attorneys for the archdiocese and its creditors, resolving all litigation against the archdiocese, its 187 parishes and related entities, and protecting them from future lawsuits related to abuse that occurred before the settlement's approval.
Abuse survivors rejected two previous plans proposed by the archdiocese.
The affected archdioceses and dioceses in Central and Northern Luzon had appealed for additional support to help augment their existing programs for families in calamity stricken areas.
According to Gilda Avedillo, program manager of CaritasDamayan, the Disaster Risk Reduction and Response programof Caritas Manila has sent more P490,000 in cash assistance to the Dioceses of Balanga and Tarlac, and to the Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan.
THE Archdiocese of St Paul and Minneapolis has agreed a $210m (PS158m) settlement with 450 victims of clergy sexual abuse, a lawyer says.
Pope Francis has named Antique Bishop Jose Romeo Lazo as the new head of the Archdiocese of Jaro, after accepting the resignation of Archbishop Angel Lagdameo, who reached the mandatory age of retirement two years ago.
In early April, a state appeals court rejected a request by the Boston archdiocese to prohibit government officials, including courts, from investigating or becoming involved in confidential talks between priests and bishops.
The National Secretariat for Social Action, Justice and Peace (Nassa) also urged other dioceses to replicate the silent protests conducted by the archdioceses of Jaro and Nueva Segovia.
Michael vied for the five tickets given to each parish in the Newark archdiocese. Larrabee and her husband, Bardsson, each had their names picked, defying long odds that a wife and husband could win.
The National Secretariat for Social Action (NASSA), Justice and Peace also urged other dioceses in the country to follow the silent protests conducted by the archdioceses of Jaro and Nueva Segovia.
-- The Newark archdiocese, which has a 150-year history" is preparing a comprehensive reorganization, spurred by the archdiocese's financial struggles, long-term demographic changes and a decline in the number of priests.
-- The two major insurance companies that have primarily covered the Sante Fe archdiocese since 1977, Interstate insurance and the financially troubled Lloyds of London, are refusing to pay claims that Archbishop Michael Sheehan says approximate $50 million.