Beloved ‘Centro Maria’ Women’s Home in New York City to Shut as Allies Blame Church’s Lawsuits


There's been no comment from the Archdiocese of New York or the Sisters of Central Maria. But a story in the city says ah, large boarding House for Women on West 54th Street run by Catholic nuns for decades. Is being kicked out of its building. Or a few $100 a month. Women could have a safe haven and get two meals a day. The report says. The nuns and women living there have been told they must leave by the end of the month. Because the building is being sold. Sources tell the city the church needs the money to pay for hundreds of sex abuse law school lawsuits

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