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Group's church role questioned

Organization's tactics generate disputes, cash

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / August 28, 2005

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MANASSAS, Va. -- From an unmarked building amid the suburban malls, the Cardinal Newman Society pores over statements by professors at the nation's Catholic colleges in an effort to find ''heretics and dissidents," including prime targets at Boston College. The allegations frequently make headlines and help the group raise hundreds of thousands of dollars, mostly from small contributors. (Full article: 1652 words)

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