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Church Bookkeeper Settles Suit Against Diocese

The Connecticut Law Tribune

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport has settled a lawsuit with the former bookkeeper of a Darien parish who raised concerns about an ex-priest who stole more than $1 million. The two sides declined to disclose terms of the settlement reached on Monday, Sept. 14, which was the day the case was supposed to go to trial. Had the case gone to trial, plaintiff's attorney bMark Sherman/b said he planned to subpoena Bridgeport Bishop William E. Lori to testify.

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