Boston Archdiocese Explores Ba The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston says it is not any closer to filing for bankruptcy due to unresolved clergy sex abuse cases. But NPR's Tovia Smith reports the archdiocese is exploring the option as a way to settle the claims of 450 alleged victims of sexual abuse by priests.

Boston Archdiocese Explores Bankruptcy Option

Boston Archdiocese Explores Bankruptcy Option

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The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston says it is not any closer to filing for bankruptcy due to unresolved clergy sex abuse cases. But NPR's Tovia Smith reports the archdiocese is exploring the option as a way to settle the claims of 450 alleged victims of sexual abuse by priests.

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