Attorney Jeff Anderson released the memoir and other documents Tuesday at a news conference announcing the settlement of a lawsuit.
The lawsuit, filed in Stearns County, accused the Rev. Allen Tarlton of abusing a Saint John's Preparatory School student in about 1977. It said the abbey knew of abuse allegations against Tarlton and failed to call police or warn students and parents.
Twin Cities Archbishop John Nienstedt hasn't been charged, but his role in protecting priests invites comparisons to Bishop Robert Finn's case.
Sales of the chancery office and three other properties may raise as much as $11 million, an archdiocese official told a creditor's meeting Tuesday.
A video purportedly released by Somalia-based terror group al-Shabab calls for attacks on the Mall of America and other shopping centers in Canada and England.
A Minneapolis police officer is in satisfactory condition after being shot early Saturday morning.
The board of trustees at Shattuck-St. Mary's expressed "unqualified support" for the school's president after an MPR News report that found he authorized a confidential payment to a teacher.
In releasing the names, neither the archdiocese nor the law firm provided details of the allegations against them.
New documents show how a prep school leader decided not to tell police about the illegal images. Years later, the teacher was convicted for child sexual abuse while at the school working for other Shattuck leaders.
Chapter 11 lets the archdiocese reorganize its troubled finances as it confronts clergy sex abuse costs. The archbishop says assets may need to be sold. Critics say bankruptcy won't protect kids.
The University of St. Thomas says ex-president Dennis Dease did not know of child sex abuse allegations against the Rev. Michael Keating before late 2013. Newly released documents indicate otherwise.
All three trials are scheduled to begin Jan. 26 in Ramsey County District Court. However, a bankruptcy filing would likely halt the trials.
The story surrounding the Twin Cities archdiocese and its cover-up of clergy sex abuse is far from over.
At first, nobody looked hard enough at the former priest's background. Now he wishes people would forgive and forget.
Much of the cash that sustains the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis is held by legally separate groups, making it easier to protect church assets in a bankruptcy. Here's how the money flows.