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Archdiocese Settles Jacksonville Lawsuit

NEW YORK – The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America announced today that the lawsuit brought by Jacksonville, Florida plaintiffs in September 2007 has been settled.

There has been no finding of fault or liability against the Archdiocese.
The September 2007 lawsuit was based upon allegations of inappropriate behavior by Fr. Nicholas Graff while he served as priest of St. John the Divine Greek Orthodox Church in Jacksonville, Florida. The June 13, 2007 suspension placed on Fr. Graff continues and prohibits him from acting in any liturgical, pastoral, administrative or other official capacity within the Orthodox Church.


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