March 2003
Women's International Network News;Spring2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p84
Focuses on the issue of sex abuse committed by Catholic priests in the U.S. Criticisms on the management capability of priest Cardinal Law; Expenses of the Boston Archdiocese due to the involvement of its priests in sex scandals.


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