2010 Pennsylvania Code
Chapter 59 - Depositions and Witnesses
5943 - Confidential communications to clergymen.

     § 5943.  Confidential communications to clergymen.
        No clergyman, priest, rabbi or minister of the gospel of any
     regularly established church or religious organization, except
     clergymen or ministers, who are self-ordained or who are members
     of religious organizations in which members other than the
     leader thereof are deemed clergymen or ministers, who while in
     the course of his duties has acquired information from any
     person secretly and in confidence shall be compelled, or allowed
     without consent of such person, to disclose that information in
     any legal proceeding, trial or investigation before any
     government unit.

        Cross References.  Section 5943 is referred to in sections
     4415, 4436 of this title sections 566, 586 of Title 2
     (Administrative Law and Procedure); section 6311 of Title 23
     (Domestic Relations).

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