3 Men Accused of Sexual Abuse Barred from Working As Priests

June 6, 2006

DETROIT The Roman Catholic Church has permanently barred three men from working as priests.

The three were accused of sexually abusing minors.

They are 57-year-old Anthony Conti, 65-year-old Edmund Borycz and 51-year-old Michael Malawy and all lost their lengthy appeals to the Vatican.

Conti no longer is a priest, while Borycz and Malaway officially remain clerics, but can't participate in the ministry or represent themselves publicly as priests.

The three men have defended themselves for years against the allegations.


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