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Globe Editorial

Robert F. Drinan, S.J.

January 31, 2007

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THE REV. ROBERT F. DRINAN, who died this week, is best known as a five-term congressman forced to leave office by an edict of Pope John Paul II. He ought to be remembered as well as a Catholic from Boston who extended the boundaries of the institution that nurtured him to serve the needs of the broader society. (Full article: 490 words)

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