Canadian bishop jailed after sex conviction

October 1996
Christian Century;10/09/96, Vol. 113 Issue 28, p930
Reports that Bishop Hubert O'Connor was ordered to remain in jail by Vancouver, British Columbia appellate judge Patricia Proudfoot. Background on the sex crimes committed by O'Connor against two teenage girls in the 1960s.


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