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archdiocese

the diocese of an archbishop
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The Seattle Times on March 12 quoted archdiocesan spokesman Greg Magnoni as saying personnel in at least three parishes as well the chancery had been victimized.
The first thing that must be acknowledged is that over the last decade some serious mistakes have been made," he said, pointing to an apparent non-uniform adherence to abuse-related archdiocesan policies, and "a question as to the prudence of the judgments that have been made.
That agency had "negative changes in net assets," according to archdiocesan documents, of $1.
More than 5,000--and counting--persons have notified the Seattle archdiocese of suspicious use of their Social Security numbers since the cyber piracy began to come to light in early March, Greg Magnoni, archdiocesan communications director, told NCR on May 7.
Last week, archdiocesan lawyers told Anderson that George felt like there was little he could do about the situation.
From 1987-2004, now-retired Auxiliary Bishop Raymond Goedert was a top ranking archdiocesan chancery official, described by the Sun Times as the "Number 2" man under two cardinals.
This could explain the rationale for the Vancouver Archdiocesan policy, which has been in effect for over five years.
After the law was approved last December, agency and archdiocesan officials had petitioned the district's city council to expand religious liberty protections in the law.
The Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc.
Members of the Archdiocesan child protection team have been working closely with his former parish in St Helens.
30pm event at the Liverpool Archdiocesan Centre for Evangelisation, in Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park, will be led by Bishop Declan Lang, Bishop of Clifton, and radio and TV producer Mary Colwell.
Last week, the cardinal sent a letter to 1,200 archdiocesan priests apologizing for his handling of defrocked priest Michael Baker, who for years preyed on children while he was shuffled from parish to parish.