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New York Archdiocese Will Compensate Sex Abuse Victims if They Relinquish Their Right to Sue

In an attempt to address the approximately 200 claims of sexual abuse that occurred in parishes overseen by the Archdiocese of New York over the past few decades, the church is taking out a loan and launching an independently administered program that will distribute monetary compensation to those willing to relinquish their right to sue them in future. Read more...
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