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‘Nuns willing to care for priest who killed nun’

Catholic World News - June 24, 2014

The Little Sisters of the Poor are willing to care for Father Gerald Robinson, an Ohio priest convicted of murder in 2006, during the last few months of his life.

Father Robinson, who was convicted in the brutal 1980 slaying of Sister Margaret Ann Pahl, has asked a federal judge to be released from prison so that he may die in a nursing home run by the Little Sisters, according to the Associated Press.

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