"Confession, according to an old adage, is supposed to be good for the soul. Often, it's cathartic. But for the Diocese of Bridgeport, allowing outsiders an insider view of the pedophilic practices of some of its former priests promises to be painful," thus begins a columnby MariAn Gail Brown in the Connecticut Post about the U.S. Supreme Court's turning down the Bridgeport diocese's plea to keep secret 12,000 sealed documents relating to clergy sex abuse cases.
The headline of the editorial is No hiding 'Pied Pipers' of pedophilia anymore
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