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Brundage speaks

posted by jmcgee

Last night on “Currents,” Fr. Thomas Brundage, who oversaw the case involving Fr. Lawrence Murphy, set out his own account of what happened.

You can watch it here.

I only wish we’d had more time to go into more depth on the subject.

You can also view part of Bishop DiMarzio’s blistering homily at this link.



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Dana MacKenzie

posted April 1, 2010 at 5:39 pm


Good piece. I like your guy anchor.



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robert

posted April 2, 2010 at 3:21 am


Its obvious that the New York Times is perpetrating a hit job and has intentionally misrepresented the facts to attack the pontiff in this matter. The Sulzsburgers should resign, and well as the editorial board and that awful, horrid plagiarist, Maureen Dowd.



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