Church Bids to Settle Sex Case Lawyers say a $55 million settlement offer from Boston's Roman Catholic Archdiocese is a first step toward negotiating an end to a civil suit filed by about 500 people who say they were sexually abused by priests. Fred Thys of member station WBUR reports.
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Boston Church's Offer Called 'First Step'

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Boston Church's Offer Called 'First Step'

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Boston Church's Offer Called 'First Step'

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Lawyers say a $55 million settlement offer from Boston's Roman Catholic Archdiocese is a first step toward negotiating an end to a civil suit filed by about 500 people who say they were sexually abused by priests. Fred Thys of member station WBUR reports.