Archdiocese Sues Insurer Over Alleged Theft Of $1.2 Million By Priest

Considering a grand jury indicted a New York priest for allegedly living the high life on church funds, and for using undue influence to get an elderly parishioner to sign over $490,000 in cash and stock to him, I found the most interesting part of this story to be the defense of the priest by his lawyer: he “may not have been a good bookkeeper, but he was a beloved, effective and honest pastor.”

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