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New York Times examines Archbishop Dolan’s handling of abuse scandal

Catholic World News - May 17, 2010

The New York Times has examined Archbishop Timothy Dolan’s handling of the clerical abuse scandal during his years as Archbishop of Milwaukee and later as Archbishop of New York. While he posted the names of Milwaukee diocesan priests credibly accused of abuse, he did not post the names of Jesuit and other religious-order priests.

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  • Posted by: BobJ70777069 - May. 17, 2010 6:05 PM ET USA

    Why would he? He doesn't control them or supervise them. He permits the orders to minister in his diocese.

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