Irish priests accused of abuse had worked in Boston
Catholic World News - January 27, 2010
The Boston archdiocese has admitted that some Irish priests who were accused of sexual abuse in their native country had served in Boston parishes. The archdiocese said that Church officials in Boston were unaware of the abuse accusations at the time they placed the priests in ministry.
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