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Only In Print: A Long History Helping Abuse Victims

Bishop DiMarzio
Bishop DiMarzio — with Safe Environment Office Coordinator Maryellen Quinn (left) and Office of Victim Assistance Coordinator Jasmine Salazar (right) — listens to a testimony during the fourth meeting with the faithful about sexual abuse, held at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Flatlands, in 2018. (File photo)

Much of Bishop DiMarzio’s ministry devoted to healing and prevention

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio arrived in Brooklyn in 2003, shortly after news of the clergy sex abuse crisis was breaking across the United States. Because of his actions as the Bishop of Camden (1999-2003) and now as Bishop of Brooklyn, he has been regarded as a national leader in the Church’s response to the scandal….

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