America, the Jesuit Review | October 3, 2019
The Vatican announced on Oct. 3 that it has appointed the Most Rev. Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn to lead an apostolic visitation for the troubled Diocese of Buffalo “in the near future.” The results of this fact-finding mission will be reported to the Holy See’s Congregation of Bishops. The Vatican communique described the visitation as a non-judicial and non-administrative process that will not be subject to a recent papal decree that updated procedures on bishop accountability.
Dear Members of the Movement to Restore Trust, Like most of you, the MRT Organizing Committee has been waiting and watching the situation in the Diocese since early September when we determined that the MRT could not make progress on its reform agenda while Bishop Malone remained in office.
Several Buffalo news outlets are reporting that Most Rev. Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn has completed his investigation.
Three priests who previously had not been outed publicly have been added to the Buffalo Diocese’s list of priests with substantiated claims of child sexual abuse.
Vatican's investigation of Buffalo Diocese finishes first week with 30 interviewsBy MARIAN HETHERLY | WBFO 88.7MRT leader, John Hurley, is interviewed on WBFO concerning this week's visitation by Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio to the Diocese of...
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11WBEN930, A NEW MORNING WITH SUSAN ROSE AND BRIAN MAZUROWSKI John Hurley from the Movement to Restore Trust joins WBEN to highlight the investigation by the Brooklyn Bishop into the Diocese of Buffalo.