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Not all parishes are 'Talking About Touching'

One in five shuns program aimed at preventing abuse

Rose Eames taught children about safety during a religious education class at St. Mary's in Randolph. Most local parishes have employed the 'Talking About Touching' program. Rose Eames taught children about safety during a religious education class at St. Mary's in Randolph. Most local parishes have employed the "Talking About Touching" program.
By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / April 10, 2008

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RANDOLPH - The third graders sit squirming in their seats, a crucifix on the wall and a bag of Doritos on each desk, as Rose Eames holds up a big picture of two girls and starts to tell a potentially unsettling story. (Full article: 1388 words)

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