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Church finding out the coverup hurts most

October 28, 2013

It has been painful the past few weeks to watch the situation with the Archdiocese St. Paul and Minneapolis develop....

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Fischer

Oct-28-13 6:15 AM

If I should find myself accused of covering up a crime, I will convene a panel to look into the allegations and offer an insincere apology. appears to work for the Catholic Church. once again the church is shuffling criminals instead of following the law and reporting them.

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BobSchwiderski

Oct-28-13 4:01 PM

Having filed a civil suit for sexual abuse against the Diocese of New Ulm I can assure readers of this comment denial, cover-up and deflection also exists in the chancery of the Diocese of New Ulm. Bob Schwiderski, 952-471-3422

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IsabelS123

Oct-28-13 4:14 PM

Nienstedt has publicly apologized for any wrongdoing the church may have been involved in? May have been? Is he trying to squirm out of it? Tell the truth, shame the devil!

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