By Charlie Wojciechowski | Tuesday, Nov 26, 2013
The Roman Catholic Church has settled a case involving a priest accused of sexually abusing a young boy at a Chicago parish.
The Archdiocese has agreed to pay the now 20-year-old man $2.3 million in the case involving former priest Daniel McCormack, which was scheduled to go to trial in the spring.
The Church also agreed to release their records in the case, along with the records of 30 other cases involving Catholic priests.
“There is no closure for this community and the safety of the kids until all the secrets of the past are revealed,” attorney Jeff Anderson said.
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