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The abuse victims, who make up a committee of unsecured creditors in the ongoing Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization for the diocese, have also agreed to keep the contents of the records confidential.
As dioceses across the country work to scale back payrolls, one lawyer who works with religious institutions says that new federal policies that could pay for employee leave and provide emergency loans to non-profits.
Buffalo Catholics and survivors of sex abuse express shock over a Mass and lunch with Bishop Edward Scharfenberger that saw priests accused of child sex abuse in prominent positions.
In a week full of impeachment, the State of the Union address and the official start of the 2020 presidential campaign, there were other stories overshadowed by the news but worthy of attention. This week on Register Radio, we look at three stories that you should know about, including the closing of the Buffalo seminary, the impact of the coronavirus on China, and a controversial halftime show at the Super Bowl.
Christ the King Seminary is an apostolate of the Buffalo diocese, which has faced serious challenges in the last year.
A Register interview with Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of Albany, New York, who on Wednesday was appointed as apostolic administrator of the troubled Diocese of Buffalo following the resignation of Bishop Richard Malone.
In his own statement Dec. 4, Bishop Malone said the results of the apostolic visitation were a factor in his decision to resign, but he is doing so "freely and voluntarily."
Bishop Richard Malone releases video message, insists he is ‘wholly committed’ to the work of healing in the diocese.