Church Offer on Abuse Cases Plaintiffs' attorneys say the Catholic archdiocese of Boston has offered $55 million to settle hundreds of sex-abuse cases against priests. The offer comes one week after Archbishop Sean O'Malley takes over the archdiocese. Victims call the move a good-faith effort to resolve the crisis that has rocked the church for more than a year. Hear NPR's Anthony Brooks.
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Boston Church Offers to Settle Abuse Cases

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Boston Church Offers to Settle Abuse Cases

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Boston Church Offers to Settle Abuse Cases

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Plaintiffs' attorneys say the Catholic archdiocese of Boston has offered $55 million to settle hundreds of sex-abuse cases against priests. The offer comes one week after Archbishop Sean O'Malley takes over the archdiocese. Victims call the move a good-faith effort to resolve the crisis that has rocked the church for more than a year. Hear NPR's Anthony Brooks.