The Diocese of St. Cloud says a total of 74 claims were made against the diocese under the Minnesota Child Victims Act. The Act created by the State Legislature lifted for three years the civil statute of limitations for allegations of past sexual abuse of minors. The window for filing claims ended on Wednesday.
The building that's currently being used as the Chancery House for the St. Cloud Catholic Diocese began as the Bishop's House nearly 100 years ago. The building was built in 1916 by then Bishop Joseph Busch, at a cost of $45,000.
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