The Initial Report of The Movement to Restore Trust was released July 25, 2019.  Below are links to media coverage of the Report:

Buffalo News: Editorial: Movement to Restore Trust delivers a worthy action plan for dioceses

WKBW, Ch. 7 News: Movement to Restore Trust issues suggested reforms for Diocese

WIVB, Ch. 4 News: Movement to Restore Trust releases new report on handling of clergy sex abuse cases

WBFO: Movement to Restore Trust releases its complete slate of recommendations

Olean Times Herald: Movement to Restore Trust suggests reforms for Buffalo Diocese in wake of sex abuse crisis

WBEN Radio: Movement to Restore Trust outlines Diocese reforms

Buffalo News: Group presses for more Buffalo Diocese reforms in abuse cases

Notes from Listening Session No. 7

Holy Trinity Church, Dunkirk August 17, 2019 Summary: 90 total attendees The session opened with an opening prayer by Bishop Richard J. Malone, a reading from the First Book of Kings, intercessions, and reading of a prayer written by priests of our diocese. The...

Notes from Listening Session No. 6

Nativity of Our Lord Church, Orchard Park. August 10, 2019. Stephanie Argentine kicked off the session at 9:30 a.m. Bishop Malone started with a healing prayer. Approx. 80 people in attendance.

Sex abuse victims deserve support in their quest for justice

August 14 marks another milestone in the effort to bring compassion, healing and justice to victims of sexual abuse in New York State.  One year ago, the Pennsylvania Grand Jury released the results of its investigation into how sex abuse claims were handled in six...

Men’s Breakfast featuring MRT as Guest Speakers

Join the discussion about the Movement to Restore Trust on September 7, 2019 in the Chapel at Blessed Sacrament RC Church, 263 Claremont Ave, Tonawanda, NY. Mass, breakfast Bible study and speakers.

Notes from Listening Session No. 5

Listening session No. 5 – held at Sacred Heart Parish Social Center, Batavia, NY on August 3, 2019. About 75 people attended, including seven priests and Bishop Richard J. Malone, Movement to Restore Trust (MRT) Organizing Committee member John Hurley and Dennis Mahaney.

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