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Nightline: Sins of The Fathers #657672

ABC Special for Monday, Jan 28, 2002

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  • Discussion with Chris Bury (ABC), author Jason Berry, and United States Conference of Catholic Bishops General Counsel Mark Chopko re: the response by the Boston (Massachusetts) Catholic Archdiocese's Cardinal Bernard Law to accusations against a Catholic priest of sexual assault on young boys.

  • Taped segment with Ron Claiborne (ABC), sexual assault victim John Sacle, Cardinal Law, attorney Mitchell Garabeadian, Boston College Theologian Thomas Groom, psychologist Gary Showner, victim's advocate Phil Saviano, and sexual assault victim Mark Keene.

  • Reporter(s):
    Claiborne, Ron

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