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Catholic Diocese of Rochester heads back to bankruptcy court Tuesday

A hearing in the bankruptcy case involving the Catholic Diocese of Rochester is set for Tuesday.

News10NBC reports that the hearing will center around whether former Bishop Matthew Clark will be required to testify.

Clark was responsible for assigning clergy to their posts. At this time, he suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, and the church says that he would be unable to testify.

The diocese declared bankruptcy in September, following lawsuits filed under the Child Victims Act.

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