O'Malley Takes Over Boston Archdiocese

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Bishop Sean O'Malley will be installed as the new archbishop of Boston. O'Malley succeeds Cardinal Bernard Law, who resigned last year amid several priest sex-abuse scandals. O'Malley has been praised for cracking down on sex abuse in the Catholic Church during his assignments in Florida and in Fall River, Mass. Hear Anthony Brooks.



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