The lawsuit alleges that in 2004, Gugliotta began sexually abusing a minor who was 14 at the time.
Vatican officials found the former cardinal guilty of soliciting sex, including while hearing confession.
Joseph Cardinal Tobin accepted the pope’s mandate to become Newark’s sixth archbishop.
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Many parochial schools in New Jersey are facing closure because of declining enrollment.
Follow the money. Why is Sandy aid headed far from the hurricane zone? Weekend in Vegas. Did the governor come home a political winner? And the midnight deadline approaches to sign up for Obamacare.
Monument Builders of NJ president claims Newark Archdiocese is taking away business while not paying taxes.
The archbishop stays, but he’s not alone. Plus, New Jersey’s Iranian community reacts to a dramatic day at the UN. And a surprising new poll in the U.S. Senate race.
Archbishop Bernard Hebda has been assigned as the new coadjutor, like an assistant archbishop, for the Newark archdiocese where Archbishop John Myers has faced controversy.
Father John Bambrick of the Diocese of Trenton says he believes officials in Rome considered Archbishop John Myers' actions with regard to a clergy member who violated a court order.
Back to the beach. President Obama and Gov. Christie hit the boardwalk to check on the Jersey Comeback. And we will take you there. Plus, a look at how merchants did over the holiday weekend. The Tea ...
While Newark Archbishop John Myers read a statement addressing priest sex abuse, some say his actions don't go far enough.
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A group of clergy members and lay people have formed the group Catholic Whistleblowers to bring attention to and stop sexual abuse by priests.