She may be the person in the Diocese of Brooklyn who knows Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio best. Joanne Weiss has logged 27 years as his personal secretary — a tenure that dates back to the days before he was a bishop.
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Bishop DiMarzio: ‘There is No Merit to Any of These Claims,’ After Attorney Mitchell Garabedian Files Second Lawsuit
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio is denying claims in a lawsuit that he sexually abused an altar boy in a New Jersey church in the 1970s.
Bishop DiMarzio Denies Abuse Allegation as Lawsuit is Filed Nearly a Year After Claim is Made
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio is denying a sexual abuse allegation made by a man who filed a lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Newark and the bishop. The man claims Bishop DiMarzio, who was then a priest in New Jersey, abused him when he was a child.
New Jersey Parishes Find Creative New Ways to Engage Catholics This Christmas
Tickets for Masses, virtual holiday concerts, video Christmas cards, and drive-by Nativity scenes: It’s beginning to look a lot like a different sort of Christmas.
New Jersey Couples Finding Ways to Wed During Pandemic
It’s not easy getting married during a worldwide pandemic, but New Jersey couples are rising to the challenge.
New Accusation Surfaces Against Former U.S. Prelate McCarrick
A firm that has filed previous legal complaints against former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick and church entities added another complainant July 21 against the laicized prelate, leveling a new accusation that he allegedly abused its new client as a boy at a beach house in Sea Girt, New Jersey, in the early 1980s.
Retired NJ Archbishop Decides to Move to Illinois; Controversial Mansion Can Now be Sold
After a long delay, the archdiocese of Newark will finally be able to sell the mansion of retired Archbishop John Myers, who has now moved to Illinois.