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Monsignor says harm of abuse wasn't recognized

By John McElhenny
Globe Correspondent / February 23, 2004

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SPRINGFIELD -- The temporary leader of the Diocese of Springfield, appointed after its bishop resigned amid sexual abuse allegations, said in an interview yesterday that the scandal that has rocked the Catholic Church stems from a belief among some priests during the 1960s, '70s, and '80s that sex with young men was acceptable. (Full Article: 1132 Words)

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