FAIRLESS HILLS, Pa. -- Bankruptcy Creditors' Service, Inc., published Issue No. 158 of CATHOLIC CHURCH BANKRUPTCY NEWS today. The 21-page newsletter contains stories with these headlines:
 COURT EXTENDS WILMINGTON'S REMOVAL PERIOD TO OCTOBER
 WILMINGTON'S 3RD MOTION TO EXTEND REMOVAL PERIOD
 WILMINGTON'S MOTION FOR WITHDRAWALS IN POOLED INVESTMENT
 WILMINGTON'S MOTION TO EXTEND AUTOMATIC STAY TO PARISHES
 DELUCA PARTIES' MOTION TO LIFT STAY TO LIQUIDATE CLAIMS
 WILMINGTON COMMITTEE'S APPLICATION TO RETAIN MORGAN LEWIS
 COURT APPOINTS GROSS AND RUTTER AS WILMINGTON MEDIATOR
 BANKRUPTCY APPEAL -- Wilmington, et al. re Committee Suit
 WILMINGTON'S OPERATING REPORT -- Ending July 31, 2010
 NAGLER'S MOTION TO CONFIRM INTERPRETATION ON RESERVE FUND
 BANKRUPTCY APPEAL -- Spokane re: Suppl. Payment Order
 FAIRBANKS TRUSTEE'S MOTION TO SETTLE WITH TRAVELERS
 DAVENPORT DIOCESE REACHED $22-MIL. CAPITAL CAMPAIGN GOAL
 ADVERSARY PROCEEDINGS -- Davenport Trustee v. 8 Creditors
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Peter A. Chapman