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SEP 26 2016

At a news conference today, attorney Marc Pearlman and a survivor who was sexually abused by a Chicago-area Catholic priest will announce a civil lawsuit against a Chicago Catholic religious order, the Claretian Missionaries. Discuss the Claretians’ decision to a allow an admitted sexual abuser to have unrestricted access to children for 20 years after promising to supervise him at all times around children.

AUG 23 2016

(St. Cloud, MN) – In a hearing tomorrow in Stearns County District Court, St. John’s Abbey and Father Timothy Backous will ask the court to block attorneys Jeff Anderson and Mike Bryant from making Backous’ file public. Anderson and Bryant represent Doe 188 and Doe 413...

AUG 23 2016

At a news conference Tuesday in St. Paul, Attorneys Jeff Anderson and Mike Finnegan will discuss the details of the proposed bankruptcy plan filed Monday by the Creditors’ Committee in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis bankruptcy case; among other provisions, the proposed plan calls for the immediate release of the investigative report concerning former Archbishop John Nienstedt, all communications...

JUL 28 2016

Judge Denies Consolidation Request in Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis Bankruptcy CaseCreditors Committee, Survivors to Appeal DecisionOrder Denying Substantive ConsolidationTimeline - ADSPM Maneuvers Post-CVA(Minneapolis, MN) – In an order issued today in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Minnesota, Judge Robert J. Kressel denied a motion to consolidate assets in the Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis bankruptcy case. On May 23, 2016, the creditors committee moved to consolidate several entities into the bankruptcy estate. Included in this motion was an outline of the complicated and d...

JUL 20 2016

Attorney Jeff Anderson to Release Documents and Comment on Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis Criminal Case Today Vatican, Former Archbishop John Nienstedt Implicated in Documents to be Released Publicly Today

MAY 26 2016

Today, in United States Bankruptcy Court, the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis filed its reorganization plan. The plan outlines several egregious proposals, including a contribution of approximately $30 million dollars, less than two-percent of the Archdiocese and its parishes assets...