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Hospital crisis has some doubting O'Malley's leadership

Reputation as healer hit by Haddad case

Although the financial picture at Caritas Christi Health Care System had improved vastly under Dr. Robert Haddad, Cardinal O'Malley ultimately decided the hospital system's president had to go.
By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / May 26, 2006

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The brief era of good feelings, it appears, is over. For the past six weeks, Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley had been on a bit of a roll, enjoying the first sustained run of good will since he arrived in Boston to great hope amid deep crisis in the summer of 2003. (Full article: 1485 words)

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