Cardinal Law Steps Down as Archbishop of Boston
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Cardinal Bernard Law resigns as head of Boston's troubled Roman Catholic archdiocese, amid continuing criticism of his handling of a sex-abuse scandal involving priests. Hear WBUR's Monica Brady-Myerov, NPR's Chris Arnold and National Catholic Reporter Vatican correspondent John Allen.
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