HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s Roman Catholic dioceses are beginning to announce particulars about sufferer compensation funds they’re organising, practically three months after a sweeping grand jury report documented many years of kid sexual abuse by monks within the state.

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The archdiocese of Philadelphia and the dioceses of Harrisburg, Scranton and Allentown on Thursday disclosed some info. The Erie Diocese says it is organising a fund, however is not able to disclose particulars.

The bulletins do not point out a complete greenback quantity or most particular person payout.

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In statements, the dioceses describe sources for the cash, together with borrowing, property gross sales, investments and insurers.

A legislative effort to alter state regulation to permit a 2-year window for folks to sue in abuse instances which can be in any other case too previous to pursue was blocked by Republican state senators final month.

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