Archdiocese v. Moersen

Opinion Court of Appeals of Maryland


Archdiocese of Washington, et al., v. William T . Moersen, No . 69, September Term

2005. Opinion by Bell, C.J.


The Title VII “ministerial exception” does not apply to a church organist, who did not perform any ministerial duties.

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