He Who Explaineth Too Much Is Lost

Yahn, Steve
March 2000
Editor & Publisher;03/06/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 10, p20
Trade Publication
Focuses on three-part series AIDS in the Priesthood, a nationwide story by Missouri's `The Kansas City Star' that challenged the Roman Catholic Church's handling of incidence of AIDS-related disease and death among the church's clerics in the United States. Research conducted by general-assignment reporter Judy L. Thomas; National and international attention generated by the report; Criticisms against the survey.


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