Pastor with AIDS dies; church shows its love

July 1994
National Catholic Reporter;7/1/94, Vol. 30 Issue 33, p5
Reports on the openness in the manner by which the Boston archdiocese of Massachusetts dealt with the AIDS-related death of one of its priests. Father William J. Cummings' revelation of his illness to his parishioners in 1993; Positive response of parishioners.


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