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Boston Catholics Question Priorities of Law's Successor

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Boston Catholics Question Priorities of Law's Successor

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Boston Catholics Question Priorities of Law's Successor

Boston Catholics Question Priorities of Law's Successor

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Bishop Richard Lennon, appointed to replace Cardinal Bernard Law in Boston, draws criticism from advocates for victims of priest sexual abuse. They want him to spend more time with the concerns of the laity and less on church finances. Monica Brady-Myerov of member station WBUR reports.

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