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Group Accuses Diocese Of Naming Building After Alleged Sex Offender

The group called SNAP–Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests–is critical of the Sioux Falls Diocese for naming a homeless shelter after a bishop who was accused of sex abuse by three separate individuals.    
 
Bishop Paul Dudley who died in 2006 at the age of 79 was cleared after an internal church investigation.  Dudley was not brought before law enforcement as the statute of limitations had expired. 

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Here is a report by Minnesota Public Radio on accusations and investigation against Bishop Paul Dudley. 

The Saint Paul Arch Diocese of Minneapolis has now filed for bankruptcy in the wake civil lawsuits filed over allegations of sexual abuse by clergy.

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