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Crux, a Catholic news site

A new site from the Boston Globe includes news updates on clergy abuse and other Catholic issues.
Globe coverage of the scandal has been divided into nine categories:

The Globe Investigative Team 

Kevin Cullen

 The team
Projects Editor
Ben Bradlee Jr.

Members of the Spotlight Team
Editor Walter V. Robinson
Michael Rezendes
Sacha Pfeiffer
Matt Carroll

Other investigative reporters
Stephen Kurkjian
Kevin Cullen
Thomas Farragher

Religion reporter
Michael Paulson

Kevin Cullen has been a Globe reporter for 17 years. He has worked as the newspaper's law enforcement reporter, legal affairs correspondent, has been a reporter-at-large, and wrote a column about city life for two years. He also has covered the conflict in Northern Ireland for more than 15 years.

Cullen was part of the Spotlight Team that in 1988 first exposed the relationship between the Boston FBI and notorious gangster James "Whitey" Bulger.

In 1997 Cullen moved to Ireland to open the Globe's Dublin bureau and was the only staff reporter for an American newspaper to cover the Irish peace process full-time in the year leading up to the Good Friday Agreement. In 1998 he was appointed the Globe's London bureau chief and European correspondent, and spent much of the next three years in the Balkans, covering the war in the former Yugoslavia.

Since returning from London last summer, Cullen has covered the fallout from the Sept. 11 attacks and the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic church. He won the Livingston Award for local reporting for a portrait of a Boston hoodlum and the Overseas Press Club of America's citation of excellence in interpretive reporting for his coverage of Northern Ireland.

Cullen was born in Boston, grew up in Malden and attended Trinity College in Dublin before graduating summa cum laude from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He has been named a Nieman Fellow and is currently spending year of study at Harvard University, concentrating on international human rights law.

Cullen lives in Hingham with his wife, Martha, and their two sons, Patrick and Brendan.

Kevin Cullen can be reached at cullen@globe.com.


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