N.J. Catholic diocese sells archbishop’s controversial ‘luxury’ retirement house for $910K – nj.com

A sprawling retirement house used by former Newark Archbishop John J. Myers — that drew protests from some parishioners for being too lavish for a Catholic priest — has been sold, church officials said. The Hunterdon County residential house, which included two elevators, indoor and outdoor pools and a three-story addition, sold last month for $910,000 to an undisclosed buyer, the Archdiocese of Newark said in a statement.

N.J. Catholic diocese sells archbishop’s controversial ‘luxury’ retirement house for $910K – nj.com

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