- Apr 16, 2021
As a boy who was constantly filling his notebooks with drawings, George Perez told his father, “My dream is to have my artwork in a museum.”
The Diocese of Camden has filed for bankruptcy, citing revenue losses because of the millions it paid out to clergy abuse victims and the pandemic.
Citing “a precipitous decline” in revenue due to COVID-19, the Diocese of Camden announced July 31 it is putting a moratorium on any future decisions or payments to abuse survivors through its Independent Victim Compensation Program.
Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan of Camden, New Jersey told parishioners that it’s a new season for the Church.
All 5 dioceses in New Jersey have released the names of priests credibly accused of sexual abuse.
On March 1 Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan held an unprecedented and wide-ranging meeting of student leaders from the nine Catholic high schools in the diocese to hear their concerns about school safety after the shooting in Parkland, Florida.