Law firm renews call for Catholic Diocese to release information on accused Priests
By: Marissa Perlman, April 18, 2018, WIVB.com
WIVB, N.Y. (WIVB) - - The Buffalo Catholic Diocese has come up with a way to help pay settlements to victims who were sexually abused by priests.
The Buffalo Diocese says it's going to put the Bishop's mansion on Oakland Place on the market.
This has been the Bishop of Buffalo's home since 1952.
And Bishop Malone is the sixth out of 14 to have lived there. But faced with this sex abuse scandal,
The Bishop says the Diocese needs all of the resources it can get.
The Bishop will move into the rectory of Saint Stanislaus church on Buffalo's East Side.
Proceeds from the sale of the Bishop's home will go towards the independent reconciliation and compensation program.
The program announced in March helps victims who have . . .
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