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Official Approved Notice from U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut Sexual Abuse and General Claims in The Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich, Connecticut Bankruptcy The Norwich Roman Catholic Diocesan Corporation, a/k/a the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich ("Diocese" or "Debtor") has filed bankruptey in order to restructure its nonprofit organization. Please read this notice carefully as it may impact your rights against the Diocese and provides information about the case, In re The Norwich Roman Catholic Diocesan Corporation (Bankr. D. Conn.). This notice is a short summary. Who Should File a Sexual Abuse Claim? Anyone who was sexually abused, on or before July 15, 2021, and believes the Diocese may be responsible for the sexual abuse must file a claim. This includes sexual abuse in connection with any entity or activity associated with the Diocese. Sexual Abuse Claims include but are not limited to: sexual misconduct, touching, inappropriate contact, or sexual comments about a person or other behaviors that led to abuse, and regardless of whether you thought the behavior was sexual abuse or not. I to: When Should I File a Sexual Abuse Claim? Regardless of how old you are today or when the sexual abuse occurred, you need to file your claim so that it is received by 5 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on March 15, 2022. If you do not file a timely Sexual Abuse Claim, you may lose rights against the Diocese and against Diocese Related Entities, including any right to compensation. Your information will be kept private. For a list of names of clergy that have been identified in connection with sexual abuse claims, go to https://www.norwichdiocese.org/Find/Accused-Clergy. For more information on the bankruptey case, go to https://dm.epiqlL.com/case/redn or call 1-855-654-0902. The Sexual Abuse Bar Date of March 15, 2022 is not subject to further extension, even if there is a change in the applicable statute of limitations. You should consider submitting a proof of claim even if you believe your claim may be subject to an affirmative defense such as a statute of limitations. When Should I File a General Bar Date Claim? If you have a non-sexual abuse claim, you will need to file so that it is received by 5 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on March 15, 2022. More information is available at https://dm.epiql1.com/case/redn. ACT NOW Before Time Runs Out: You can download and file a claim at the website or call the toll-free number listed below for help on how to file a claim by mail. File a Proof of Claim. Have questions? Call or visit the website for more information. If your claim is approved, you may receive compensation from the bankruptcy. https://dm.epiq11.com/case/rcdn 1-855-654-0902 Official Approved Notice from U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut Sexual Abuse and General Claims in The Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich, Connecticut Bankruptcy The Norwich Roman Catholic Diocesan Corporation, a/k/a the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich ("Diocese" or "Debtor") has filed bankruptey in order to restructure its nonprofit organization. Please read this notice carefully as it may impact your rights against the Diocese and provides information about the case, In re The Norwich Roman Catholic Diocesan Corporation (Bankr. D. Conn.). This notice is a short summary. Who Should File a Sexual Abuse Claim? Anyone who was sexually abused, on or before July 15, 2021, and believes the Diocese may be responsible for the sexual abuse must file a claim. This includes sexual abuse in connection with any entity or activity associated with the Diocese. Sexual Abuse Claims include but are not limited to: sexual misconduct, touching, inappropriate contact, or sexual comments about a person or other behaviors that led to abuse, and regardless of whether you thought the behavior was sexual abuse or not. I to: When Should I File a Sexual Abuse Claim? Regardless of how old you are today or when the sexual abuse occurred, you need to file your claim so that it is received by 5 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on March 15, 2022. If you do not file a timely Sexual Abuse Claim, you may lose rights against the Diocese and against Diocese Related Entities, including any right to compensation. Your information will be kept private. For a list of names of clergy that have been identified in connection with sexual abuse claims, go to https://www.norwichdiocese.org/Find/Accused-Clergy. For more information on the bankruptey case, go to https://dm.epiqlL.com/case/redn or call 1-855-654-0902. The Sexual Abuse Bar Date of March 15, 2022 is not subject to further extension, even if there is a change in the applicable statute of limitations. You should consider submitting a proof of claim even if you believe your claim may be subject to an affirmative defense such as a statute of limitations. When Should I File a General Bar Date Claim? If you have a non-sexual abuse claim, you will need to file so that it is received by 5 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on March 15, 2022. More information is available at https://dm.epiql1.com/case/redn. ACT NOW Before Time Runs Out: You can download and file a claim at the website or call the toll-free number listed below for help on how to file a claim by mail. File a Proof of Claim. Have questions? Call or visit the website for more information. If your claim is approved, you may receive compensation from the bankruptcy. https://dm.epiq11.com/case/rcdn 1-855-654-0902

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