Evidence of historic sexual abuse at a Mirfield religious school will be considered in court for the first time later this year.
Numerous allegations of horrific abuse by priests and teachers at St Peter’s seminary in Roe Head, Far Common Road, during the 1960s and 1970s have been made in recent years.
However, despite £120,000 in compensation payouts, the cases have not reached court and there has been no apology or finding of guilt.
But a case will finally be tried in November this year, after former pupil Peter Murray, 57, launched his bid for a substantial damages payout.
The Liverpool-born nurse is suing the Verona Fathers, the religious order behind the college, for the abuse he says he suffered when he was a child.
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