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DIOCESE, eccl. law. The district over which a bishop exercises his spiritual functions. 1 B1. Com. 111.

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THE Catholic Archdiocese in Cardiff is opposed to the proposal to close Mary Immaculate High School.
And they could do much more of that if Mahony could turn elsewhere for the means to bail the archdiocese out of this mess.
A few days after that, the archdiocese dropped its lawsuit.
A message left after business hours at the archdiocese was not returned Thursday.
The archdiocese has since commissioned an outside audit of how the allegations were handled.
Mr Grey has won the right to sue the the archbishop and the archdiocese, claiming it was negligent in its duty of care towards him.
Since the "pedophile priest" scandal broke earlier this year, Cardinal Law has become notorious for his role in protecting scores of "priests" who had molested boys throughout the archdiocese.
Ken Lewis is director of planning and program development for Catholic Health Care Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
While the archdiocese has not denied the veracity of any of the complaints filed, it has steadfastly claimed that none are legally valid.
has been appointed Superintendent of the Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools effective October 5, 2015.
The donation is unprecedented in the archdiocese, which has called on 101 churches with identified savings of at least $1 million each to help offset the more than $660 million payout to victims of clergy sexual abuse, according to archdiocese spokesman Tod Tamberg.