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Nun with Gambling Addiction Gets Jail for Theft

Sister Mary Anne Rapp has been sentenced to 90 days in jail, performing 100 hours of community service and repaying $128,000 for stealing nearly $130 000. The nun from New York admitted the crimes and pleaded guilty. She took the money from two parishes in western New York to support a gambling addiction.

The perpetrated thefts were discovered during an audit. The 68-year-old sister Mary Anne Rapp admitted stealing from St.

Mark's Church in Kendall and from St. Mary's Church in Holley from 2006 to 2011. The stolen money was spent at western New York casinos. Sister Mary Anne has a serious gambling problem.

And even she committed a sin the Sisters of St. Francis in Lewiston express continued support for Rapp.

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