Court upholds conviction of Mother Teresa’s former spiritual advisor
May 22, 2009
An appeals court has upheld the conviction of former Jesuit Donald McGuire, who once led retreats for Mother Teresa and her Missionaries of Charity. Laicized last year, McGuire has received sentences of seven years and 25 years in prison for abusing teenagers.
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