David Nuss, diocese of Toledo, Ohio
, David Nuss told the bishop in January 2007 that he had been involved with an adult woman during the fall of 2006.
The news reports indicate that Nuss
said Mass for the funeral of the woman's husband in April of 2006 and consequently began a relationship with the newly widowed woman and befriended her
"Diocese of Toledo
to celebrate priesthood ordination."
(May 29, 2007).
For more information on . . . the priesthood ordination ceremony please contact Father David Nuss, Director of the Office of Vocations for the Diocese of Toledo.
... [diocesan spokesperson] Sally Oberski said Father Nuss'
relationship with the anonymous woman, reported to be 37 years old, "didn't violate the charter," referring to the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People adopted by U.S. bishops in Dallas in 2002 ...
smart, holy, despite being sinner."
(August 3, 2007).
The intransigence described clearly violated no federal or state laws, or even the Catholic church's charter for the protection of children. ...
I stand with Father Nuss
, who is truly one of the kindest, smartest, and holiest men I have ever known ...
"New Associate Pastor (David Nuss) for Sandusky Saint Mary Parish named."