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‘‘He said that he was going to reach out, he was going to be there for us, help us heal,’’ Alexa MacPherson, with lawyer Mitchell Garabedian, said of Archbishop Sean P. O’Malley during a press conference yesterday. ‘‘In fact, after he wrote that check, he’s been nowhere to be found.’’
CATHOLICS REACT

Many see selection as a reward for tackling a tough job

By Mac Daniel and Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / February 23, 2006

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Despite scattered grumbling about the clergy sexual-abuse crisis and parish closings, many Boston-area Catholics greeted Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley's selection as cardinal yesterday as a reward for his work during turbulent times and a point of pride for the archdiocese. (Full article: 688 words)

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