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Catholic Church / Priest's Secret Son (Part I) #953849

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 27, 2009
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(Studio: Erica Hill) The story of the secret son of a Catholic priest introduced. {See November 12 story}

(St. Louis & Quincy, Illinois: Gary Tuchman) The legal agreement between Pat Bond & the church to keep her son, Nathan, by Franciscan priest Henry Willenborg secret in return for financial payments featured; many family photos & the Bond house in Quincy, Illinois, shown. [BOND - tells her story; says her son is dying of cancer; states she begged the church for financial help this summer.] A letter from Father William Spencer about the church support for Pat Bond & her son quoted.

Reporter(s):
Hill, Erica;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:04:00

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