Tag: Clergy

Fr. Michael Mahoney – Archdiocese of San Francisco

Father Michael Mahoney

Archdiocese of San Francisco/Franciscans

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Ordained: 1974

Assignment History:

  • 1974-1984: Priest Psychologist Department of Justice (Dublin, Limerick, and Cork, Ireland)
  • 1984-2001: Unknown
  • 2001-2009: Old Mission (Santa Ines, CA)
  • 2010-2022: Our Lady of Angels (Burlingame, CA)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Father Michael Mahoney:

Ordained in Ireland, Fr. Michael Mahoney worked in several parishes in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, beginning in the mid-1980s. As of 2022, Fr. Mahoney currently serves as pastor of Our Lady of Angels in Burlingame.

In 2020, the state of California lifted the statute of limitations for civil claims against private institutions for sexual abuse of minors by its employees. As a result of the three-year “lookback” window that allows new child sex abuse lawsuits based on formerly barred claims, Fr. Mahoney was named and accused by at least one victim claiming he was sexually molested in the 1980s when he was in the second grade. The victim alleges Mahoney would stare at him through the classroom window following the abuse, intimidating him not to come forward.

According to media reports, investigators claim that despite hundreds of new Northern California legal filings against four Bay Area priests as of June 2022, the diocese’s internal review board did not substantiate the claims against Fr. Mahoney, and therefore they state that it would be unjust to keep him out of ministry. Fr. Mahoney declined to comment when investigators of NBC Bay Area reached out.

So far, more than 200 lawsuits have been filed in Northern California accusing priests or church employees of abuse. It’s likely other new names will emerge by the time the three-year lookback window closes on Dec. 31, 2022.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Archdiocese of San Francisco in California. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in one of California’s Catholic dioceses, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Archdiocese of San Francisco now have legal options due to a voluntary compensation fund created by the Archdiocese of San Francisco, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in California and nationwide. We can help. 

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Msgr. Michael Harriman – Archdiocese of San Francisco

Monsignor Michael Harriman

Archdiocese of San Francisco

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Ordained: 1968

Retired: 2017

Assignment History:

  • 1968-1977: St. Isabella Parish (San Rafael, CA)
  • 1978-1988: CYO Camp Armstrong (Occidental, CA)
  • 1978-1988: St. Vincent’s School for Boys (San Rafael, CA)
  • 1989-1998: St. Thomas the Apostle (San Francisco, CA)
  • 1999-2022: St. Cecilia (San Francisco, CA)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Msgr. Michael Harriman:

Msgr. Michael Harriman worked in several parishes in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, beginning in the early 1980s, including a private school for boys and a CYO summer camp. As of 2022, Msgr. Harriman was a serving pastor at St. Cecilia, after retiring five years ago after 53 years as a priest of the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

In 2020, the state of California lifted the statute of limitations for civil claims against private institutions for sexual abuse of minors by its employees. As a result of the three-year “lookback” window that allows new child sex abuse lawsuits based on formerly barred claims, Msgr. Michael Harriman was named and accused by at least one victim claiming he was sexually abused at St. Vincent’s School for Boys and at CYO Camp Armstrong, dating back 30-40 years. According to the Archdiocese, Harriman was placed on leave pending internal investigations but was returned to ministry when the review board did not sustain the allegations. According to media reports, investigators claim that despite hundreds of new Northern California legal filings against four Bay Area priests as of June 2022, the diocese’s internal review board did not substantiate the claims against Msgr. Harriman, and it would be unjust to keep him out of ministry.

“There’s been an investigation and I’ve been proven innocent,” said Harriman, who denied all allegations. So far, more than 200 lawsuits have been filed in Northern California accusing priests or church employees of abuse. It’s likely other new names will emerge by the time the three-year lookback window closes on Dec. 31, 2022.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Archdiocese of San Francisco in California. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in one of California’s Catholic dioceses, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Archdiocese of San Francisco now have legal options due to a voluntary compensation fund created by the Archdiocese of San Francisco, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in California and nationwide. We can help. 

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Fr. David Ghiorso – Archdiocese of San Francisco

Father David Ghiorso

Archdiocese of San Francisco

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Ordained: 1981

Leave of Absence: 2021

Assignment History:

  • 1981-1995: St. Vincent’s School for Boys (San Rafael, CA)
  • 1982-1990: CYO Camp Armstrong (Occidental, CA)
  • 2000-2012: Leave
  • 2012-2022: St. Charles Parish (San Carlos, CA)
  • 2012-2022: St. Matthias (Redwood City, CA))

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Father David Ghiorso:

Fr. David Ghiorso worked in several parishes in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, beginning in the early 1980s, including a private school for boys and a CYO summer camp. As of 2022, Ghiorso was a serving pastor in San Carlos and Redwood City, CA.

In 2020, the state of California lifted the statute of limitations for civil claims against private institutions for sexual abuse of minors by its employees. As a result of the three-year “lookback” window that allows new child sex abuse lawsuits based on formerly barred claims, Fr. Ghiorso was named and accused by three separate victims claiming they were sexually abused at St. Vincent’s School for Boys and at CYO Camp Armstrong, dating back 30-40 years.

In late 2021, Fr. Ghiorso was quietly put on leave by Catholic officials after they received the allegations pending further investigation. The diocese did release a letter to parents and parishioners of those that attended either St. Charles and St. Matthias churches, stating that Fr. Ghiorso had been accused of misconduct dating back 30-40 years, therefore downplaying the allegations. It also said that Fr. Ghiroso has had 39 years of “faithful priestly ministry.” It is especially concerning that Fr. Ghiorso appears not to have had a pastoral assignment from 2000 until he was assigned to the parish of St. Charles in San Carlos and St. Matthias in Redwood City. This gap in his work history should be explained and clarified.

According to media reports, investigators claim that despite hundreds of new Northern California legal filings against four Bay Area priests as of June 2022, the diocese’s internal review board did not substantiate the claims against the men, and it would be unjust to keep them out of ministry.

One of the victims alleges in the civil complaint that he and other St. Vincent’s children were sex trafficked by priests between the school and a remote Sonoma County Catholic summer camp known as CYO Camp in the early 1980s. One of these priests was Fr. Ghiorso. The victim stated that Shortly after these trips to Camp Armstrong began taking place, the priests would round the boys up at night and after plying the boys with alcohol, the priests engaged in sexual acts with some of the boys or forced the boys to engage in sexual acts with one another. The victim said the range of sexual acts varied but included oral copulation and anal sex.

The lawsuit alleges that he reported the abuse to school officials at the time of the incident, but instead of reporting the criminal sexual abuse to law enforcement authorities or addressing the cause of abuse to protect others, St. Vincent’s immediately removed the victim from the school and placed him in a foster home, thereby ending his abuse.

The second plaintiff in the lawsuit alleges that he arrived at St. Vincent’s School for Boys in 1989. For about a year, he was given wine and raped by Fr. Ghiorso.

A separate lawsuit, filed in April 2022, accuses Fr. Ghiorso of repeatedly raping a 10-year-old boy during his time at St. Vincent’s between 1988 and 1991. According to the lawsuit, Ghiorso’s accuser attempted to run away from the school due to the abuse and was heavily medicated by school officials during his time there “in an attempt to control these behavioral outbursts.”

So far, more than 200 lawsuits have been filed in Northern California accusing priests or church employees of abuse. It’s likely other new names will emerge by the time the three-year lookback window closes on Dec. 31, 2022.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Archdiocese of San Francisco in California. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in one of California’s Catholic dioceses, contact our office today. Although many years have passed, those abused by Catholic clergy in the Archdiocese of San Francisco now have legal options due to a voluntary compensation fund created by the Archdiocese of San Francisco, but filing deadlines will apply so do not delay in reaching out to us. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in California and nationwide. We can help. 

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Fr. John Danilak – Eparchy of Passaic

Fr. John Danilak

Byzantine Priest in Eparchy of Passaic

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Ordained: 1961

Removed: 2002

Indicted: 2002

Died: 2003

Assignment History:

  • 1961-1963: St. Michael’s Cathedral (Passaic, NJ)
  • 1963-1965: Holy Spirit Byzantine Church (Passaic, NJ)
  • 1970s: St. Gregory of Nyssa Church (Beltsville, MD)
  • 2002: St. Michael’s Parish (Montclair, PA)
  • UnknownSt. Ann’s Church (Harrisburg, PA)

Summary of Abuse Allegations Against Father John Danilak:

Fr. John Danilak was a Byzantine Catholic priest in the Eparchy of Passaic who worked in several New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania parishes. In 2002, Fr. Danilak was indicted by two separate grand juries in Ocean City, MD, on 21 counts relating to the sexual abuse of three victims. 

According to court documents, Fr. Danilak was first indicted by the Worcester County grand jury on September 23, 2002. He was charged with two counts of sodomy, one count of child abuse, and 11 counts of perverted or unnatural sexual acts that allegedly occurred with a 15-year-old boy in the priest’s Montego Bay trailer home from April 1978 to December 1978. The teen was an altar boy at St. Gregory of Nyssa Byzantine Catholic Church in Beltsville, MD, where Danilak worked. Police records stated that the victim allegedly traveled to Ocean City with Danilak on several occasions to help him build an addition to his mobile home, which he owned from 1972 to 1998. Prosecutors claim the victim came forward 24 years after the abuse occurred because he had heard Danilak was a substitute priest at St. Michael’s Parish in Montclair, PA, and had contact with children. 

According to media reports, Beltsville Police said the victim reported the incidents numerous times, but law enforcement and church officials were not convinced the abuse occurred. In fact, the victim’s attorney wrote a letter to the Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Passaic, which stated that the victim did report the incidents to church officials shortly after they allegedly occurred, but Danilak was transferred to several parishes in Maryland and then Pennsylvania.

In November 2002, a Worcester County grand jury charged Fr. John Danilak with seven counts of unnatural and perverted sex practices with two boys aged 6 and 9 between 1974 and 1979 in Ocean City, MD. They were also altar boys at St. Gregory of Nyssa Byzantine Catholic Church. The victims came forward 28 years later after hearing that Danilak was indicted on similar crimes two months prior.

According to diocese officials, the Eparchy of Passaic, the diocese in which Danilak had been serving, reported the alleged offenses to the Worcester County State’s Attorney’s Office in late spring 2002 after receiving a letter from the victim’s attorney. Fr. Danilak was stripped of his duties on July 1, 2002.

It is reported on the SNAP Network that allegedly multiple people committed suicide as a result of Fr. Danilak’s abuse. Fr. Danilak died in 2003, just three weeks before his trial date. His charges died with him.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergies nationwide If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest or clergy, contact our office today. Call us at (888) 283-9922 or send an email to adam@adamhorowitzlaw.com to discuss your options today.

Fr. Robert Leo Pelkington – Diocese of Norwich

Father Robert Leo Pelkington 

Diocese of Norwich (Dominicans)

Robert Leo Pelkington  Diocese of Norwich Horowitz LawOrdained: 1968

Died: 2015

Assigned as follows:

  • 1970-1978: Providence College (Providence, RI)
  • 1979-1980: Jarrett House (Detroit, MI)
  • 1981-1983: St. Stephen Priory (Dover, MA)
  • 1984-1985: St. Vincent Ferrer Priory (New York, NY)
  • 1986: Holy Name of Jesus (Philadelphia, PA)
  • 1987-1991: St. Dominic’s (Washington, DC)
  • 1992: Thomas Aquinas (Zanesville, OH)
  • 1993-1994: St. Vincent Ferrer Priory (New York, NY
  • 1995: St. Mary’s Priory (New Haven, CT)
  • 1996-1998: Holy Name of Jesus (Valhalla, NY)
  • 1999-2001: Unknown
  • 2002-2011: St. Dominic Church & Priory (Washington DC)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Robert Leo Pelkington: 

Fr. Robert Leo Pelkington was ordained a priest of the Dominican Order in 1968, who served in multiple parishes in the Diocese of Norwich. According to media reports, he turned himself into the police in 2000 after being charged with sexually abusing two minor boys who were brothers, between approximately 1998 and 1999. Pelkington reportedly abused the boys during visits to Southington, Connecticut, while he was working in the Archdiocese of New York.

Prior to his arrest, Pelkington was sent to St. Luke Institute, an institution known for treating priests accused of child sexual abuse. After accepting a plea deal, he was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence and ten years of probation. In 2009, Pelkington was listed on the sex offender registry in Washington, D.C.

Pelkington’s name was included on the Dominicans St. Joseph Province’s 2018 list of credibly accused friars. It was also included on the Diocese of Norwich 2019 list and the Archdiocese of Hartford’s 2019 list of clergy credibly accused of child sexual abuse.

Pelkington’s status as a priest, whereabouts, and whether he had access to children from 2012 until his death are unknown. He died in 2015.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Norwich in Connecticut.  If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in Connecticut, contact our office today. In July 2021, the Norwich Diocese filed for federal bankruptcy protection. The Court will resolve all claims of sexual abuse in this process but strict filing deadlines will apply and no late claims will be considered, so contact us today. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in Connecticut and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. Felix Werpechowski – Diocese of Norwich

Father Felix Werpechowski 

Diocese of Norwich

Felix Werpechowski  Diocese of Norwich Horowitz LawOrdained: 1929

Retired: 1971

Died: 1972

Assigned as follows:

  • 1929: St. Mary’s (Middletown, CT)
  • 1931:Holy Cross (New Britain, CT)
  • 1934: Holy Name of Jesus (Stamford, CT)
  • 1937: St. Mary’s (Union City, NJ)
  • 1941: U.S. Army Chaplain (Camp Blanding, FL)
  • 1946: Holy Name of Jesus (Stamford, CT)
  • 1947: St. Thomas (Thomaston, CT)
  • 1948: St. Paul’s (Glenville, CT)
  • 1959: Holy Name of Jesus (Stamford, CT)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Felix Werpechowski: 

Fr. Felix Werpechowski was ordained a priest in 1929, who served in multiple parishes in the Diocese of Norwich. According to a 2019 report commissioned by the diocese, there were three allegations of child sexual abuse of boys ranging from 5-14 years old, occurring between 1946-1951 while he was working at a parish in Stamford.

The first allegation accused Werpechowski of sexuallly abusing a 12-year-old boy from 1946-1949. Another allegation against the priest claimed he abused a 14-year-old boy, showing him pornography in the basement of a parish in 1950. The third allegation listed in the report claimed Werpechowski was determined to have assaulted a five-year-old boy in 1951 in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Werpechowski’s name was included on the Diocese of Norwich 2019 list with credible allegations of sexual abuse of a minor. He was also included on the Archdiocese of Hartford 2019 list.

Werpechowski resigned as pastor of Holy Name of Jesus in 1971, and died in 1972 before any claims against him were received.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Norwich in Connecticut. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in Connecticut, contact our office today. In July 2021, the Norwich Diocese filed for federal bankruptcy protection. The Court will resolve all claims of sexual abuse in this process but strict filing deadlines will apply and no late claims will be considered, so contact us today. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in Connecticut and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. Paschal Thomas – Diocese of Norwich

Father Paschal Thomas 

Diocese of Norwich (Benedictines)

Paschal Thomas  Diocese of Norwich Horowitz LawOrdained: 1959

Died: 2015

Assigned as follows:

  • Conception Abbey (Conception, MO)
  • Conception Seminary College (Conception, MO)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Paschal Thomas: 

Fr. Paschal Thomas, also listed as “Thomas Paschal”, was originally from India. He was ordained a monk in 1959, and served in the Diocese of Norwich. He joined the Benedictines in 1979, and coordinated a monthly sponsorship program of more than 5,500 children in India. He also worked at Conception Seminary College in various positions. According to media reports, an alleged child sexual abuse incident took place in Norwich, Connecticut in 1993.

Thomas’ name was included on the Diocese of Norwich 2019 list with credible allegations of sexual abuse of a minor. It only noted that he was reassigned by the Benedictines in 1993 after the incident in Connecticut. The priest’s name has also been included on the Conception Abbey Benedictines’ 2019 list. The list was compiled by retired FBI agents who reviewed the personnel files of all Abbey priests and brothers over the past 70 years. Information about the age/gender of Thomas’ alleged victim/victims, the nature of the alleged sexual abuse, or his assignments at the time of the alleged abuse is unknown.

Thomas died in October 2015 in Missouri.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Norwich in Connecticut. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in Connecticut, contact our office today. In July 2021, the Norwich Diocese filed for federal bankruptcy protection. The Court will resolve all claims of sexual abuse in this process but strict filing deadlines will apply and no late claims will be considered, so contact us today. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in Connecticut and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. Patrick J. Sullivan – Diocese of Norwich

Father Patrick Sullivan 

Diocese of Norwich (Trappists)

Patrick Sullivan  Diocese of Norwich Horowitz LawOrdained: 1954

Laicized: 1970

Assigned as follows:

  • St. Columba Parish (CT)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Patrick Sullivan: 

Fr. Patrick Sullivan was ordained a Trappist priest in 1954, who served in the Diocese of Norwich. According to media reports, in 2002, a woman filed a civil lawsuit in which she alleged that Fr. Sullivan repeatedly abused her for two years at various locations including the St. Columba rectory from 1968-1969, beginning when she was 15 years old. The case went to trial, and in 2003, the court dismissed some of the lawsuits, but allowed the remainder to go forward. 

Sullivan was laicized in 1970.

Sullivan’s name was included on the Diocese of Norwich 2019 list of clergy credibly accused of child sexual abuse.

His current whereabouts and whether he has access to children are unknown.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Norwich in Connecticut. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in Connecticut, contact our office today. In July 2021, the Norwich Diocese filed for federal bankruptcy protection. The Court will resolve all claims of sexual abuse in this process but strict filing deadlines will apply and no late claims will be considered, so contact us today. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in Connecticut and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. George St. Jean – Diocese of Norwich

Father George St. Jean 

Diocese of Norwich (Oblates)

George St. Jean  Diocese of Norwich Horowitz LawOrdained: Unknown

Left Diocese: 1962

Died: 1982

Assigned as follows:

  • St. Brendan’s Parish (Colebrook, NH)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father George St. Jean: 

Fr. George St. Jean was a member of the Missionary Oblate of Mary Immaculate Order.
He served in parishes in the Diocese of Manchester, New Hampshire and in the Diocese of Norwich. According to media reports, in 2004, a man alleged he was sexually abused by St. Jean at the priests’ family camp in Massachusetts when he was a child. According to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Audit Records, in 2008, the sister of the same victim that reported the abuse years prior went to make another report to the Oblates. 

In 2010, St. Jean was named in two child sexual abuse lawsuits, both of which were settled in 2012. In the first suit, the victim claimed he was repeatedly abused by St. Jean for four years starting when he was 9 years old. The abuse is said to have taken place at St. Brendan’s Parish in Colebrook, NH when the victim was an altar boy. The plaintiff was murdered in 2011 before the settlement was finalized in 2012.

In the second suit, a man alleged St. Jean repeatedly sexually abused him when he was an 11-year-old altar boy in 1967 and 1968 at St. Brendan’s Parish in Colebrook, NH.

St. Jean’s name was included on the Diocese of Norwich 2019 list of clergy credibly accused of child sexual abuse. It noted he left the diocese in 1962.

St. Jean died in 1982.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Norwich in Connecticut. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in Connecticut, contact our office today. In July 2021, the Norwich Diocese filed for federal bankruptcy protection. The Court will resolve all claims of sexual abuse in this process but strict filing deadlines will apply and no late claims will be considered, so contact us today. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in Connecticut and nationwide. We can help.

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Fr. Eugene Solega – Diocese of Norwich

Father Eugene Solega

Diocese of Norwich

Eugene Solega Diocese of Norwich Horowitz LawOrdained: 1941

Died: 1985

Assigned as follows:

  • 1941-1949: St. Joseph Parish (Rockville, CT)
  • 1949-1960: St. Mary’s Church (Middletown, CT)
  • 1960-1969: St. Bridget Church (Moodus, CT)
  • 1969-Unknown: St. John’s (Old Saybrook, CT)

Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Eugene Solega:

Fr. Eugene Solega was ordained a priest in 1941, and came to St. John’s in Old Saybrook  in the Diocese of Norwich in 1969. According to media reports, in 2018, the priest was accused of sexually abusing a former 13-year-old altar boy at St. John’s in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. In 2018, the victim and his therapist had a meeting with Bishop Cote, in which he constantly apologized. The therapist later asked in writing for financial assistance for her client who needed “intensive residential treatment for the abuse, alcoholism and other mental health issues that he has struggled with for much of his life.” As of 2019, the bishop has still not responded.

Fr. Solega’s name was not included on the Diocese of Norwich 2019 list of clergy credibly accused of child sexual abuse. 

Fr. Solega died in 1985.

Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims and survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and other clergy in the Diocese of Norwich in Connecticut. If you need a lawyer because you were sexually abused by a priest in Connecticut, contact our office today. In July 2021, the Norwich Diocese filed for federal bankruptcy protection. The Court will resolve all claims of sexual abuse in this process but strict filing deadlines will apply and no late claims will be considered, so contact us today. Our lawyers have decades of experience representing survivors of clergy sexual abuse in Connecticut and nationwide. We can help.

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