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Beloved ‘Centro Maria’ Women’s Home to Shut as Allies Blame Church’s Lawsuits

The nuns and residents living at Centro Maria, one of the last women-only residences in Manhattan, have to be out of the Hell’s Kitchen institution by September.

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Archdiocese Admits Accused Predator Priest Is Still Manhattan Pastor as Four More Abuse Suits Are Filed

Msgr. John Paddack, now the subject of 11 Child Victims Act lawsuits, is still pastor of Notre Dame Church Morningside Heights, THE CITY has learned.

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Poly Prep Coach Sexually Assaulted Student, Lawsuit Claims

Tennis coach William Martire was sued Thursday under the Child Victims Act for allegedly sexual assault of a student during the 1980s.

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Children’s Aid Society Ignored Girl’s Sexual Abuse for Years: Lawsuit

The Bronx Supreme Court suit is among the latest of a growing number filed in New York following the passage of the state’s Child Victims Act.

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Judge Upholds Right to Anonymity for Child Victims Act Accusers

Jesuits lose court battle to reveal identities of people who’ve filed sexual abuse lawsuits against them in wake of new state law.

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Sexual Abuse Plaintiffs Fight Jesuit Efforts to Reveal Their Identities

Catholic order’s lawyers demand to make accusers’ names public in Child Victims Act lawsuits, in what advocates call a ploy to discourage claims.

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