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July 20, 2016 | By Maria Panaritis, Staff Writer
Standing with others who had been abused by Catholic clergy, State Rep. Mark Rozzi hurled stacks of grand jury reports onto the steps of the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul on Monday, and loudly vowed to continue trying to change Pennsylvania law so victims like himself can file suit in decades-old cases. Stoking a legislative fight over the civil statute of limitations, the Berks County Democrat pledged to rewrite a pending House bill to include a two-year window in which any adult of any age could sue private institutions and individuals for abuse that occurred when they were children.
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June 11, 1990 | By Fawn Vrazo, Inquirer Staff Writer
Earlier this year, Drexel University officials canceled a 10-week visiting professor's job for National Organization for Women (NOW) president Molly Yard, citing a shortage of funds. But Friday, the well-known feminist said she planned to come to the West Philadelphia school anyway - this time under the sponsorship of disgruntled faculty members and students who were angered about the university's handling of her original proposed visit. Yard said she had agreed to lecture in various classes at the school three times this fall - in October, November and December - and that her general topic would be the women's movement.
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January 10, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
TOLEDO, OHIO - A Roman Catholic priest convicted of killing a nun inside an Ohio hospital chapel a day before Easter in 1980 won't get a new trial. A judge ruled yesterday that police reports discovered after the priest's trial contained no new information that would have changed the outcome. It has been more than five years since jurors convicted the Rev. Gerald Robinson of stabbing and strangling Sister Margaret Ann Pahl at Mercy Hospital, in Toledo, where both worked.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 26, 2002 | By Steven Rea INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
Open City, shot in Rome by Roberto Rossellini in the first months following Italy's liberation by the Allies, is a landmark in the history of cinema, but never mind that - it's also a powerful tale that brings the epic turmoil of World War II down to human scale. Starring the sad-eyed and sultry Anna Magnani and the rugged Marcello Pagliero, this documentary-like drama, set in the middle of the war, tracks a wanted Resistance leader's desperate attempt to keep clear of the Nazis, and how the lives of a Catholic priest, a Resistance brethren whose girlfriend (Magnani)
NEWS
October 22, 1993 | by Mark de la Vina, Daily News Staff Writer
As if being a Catholic priest weren't enough, Ernesto Cardenal in 1979 became minister of culture in Nicaragua in the early days of the Sandinista regime. The Sandinistas are out of power; Cardenal, 68, is still a priest. But if he is to be remembered for one thing, it will be his poetry. Cardenal established poetry workshops in such unpoetic settings as military bases, factories, police stations and agricultural cooperatives. Perhaps more important is Cardenal's own work, especially his "Cosmic Canticle" (Curbstone Press/$24.
NEWS
October 22, 1991 | By Richard Burke, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Rev. Charles T. Behl, 73, a Philadelphia native who served as a Catholic priest for 45 years, died Friday of heart problems at St. Joseph Rectory in Bay City, Mich. Born in Philadelphia, Father Behl joined the Holy Ghost Fathers in 1943 and was ordained to the priesthood at St. Mary's Seminary in Norwalk, Conn., on Sept. 26, 1946. He served in parishes in five states, including three in the Pittsburgh area. He also served on the staffs of Holy Ghost Preparatory School in Bensalem, St. Mary's Seminary in Connecticut and Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.
NEWS
January 28, 2013 | BY MENSAH M. DEAN, Daily News Staff Writer deanm@phillynews.com, 215-568-8278
JURY DELIBERATIONS began Friday afternoon in the trial of a Catholic priest and a former Catholic-schoolteacher who are accused of sexually assaulting the same altar boy in the late 1990s. The Common Pleas jury got the case after hearing closing arguments from Assistant District Attorney Mark Cipolletti and defense attorney Michael J. McGovern, who represents the Rev. Charles Engelhardt, 66. Defense attorney Burton Rose, who represents Bernard Shero, 50, gave his closing argument Thursday.
NEWS
May 30, 2009 | By Dwight Ott INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Msgr. Robert McDermott spun the steering wheel of his cramped tan Toyota and maneuvered through the Baldwin's Run affordable-housing development in East Camden. The streets looked like suburban Cherry Hill - neat, attractive, no graffiti, nothing like the drug-infested hell they replaced. For a quarter-century, the Catholic priest has performed a ministry of rehabilitation, stitching together the tattered neighborhoods of his native city. In East Camden - home to McDermott's St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral parish - the Baldwin's Run project he championed has doubled the area's property values, according to one city official.
NEWS
February 23, 2013 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Services are set for Friday for the Rev. Alphonse T. Mascherino, 69, a Downingtown native who founded the Flight 93 Memorial Chapel in Shanksville, Pa., after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. He died Friday, Feb. 15, of cancer at a hospice in Somerset, Pa., where he lived. "Father Al" attended Bishop Shanahan High School through the 11th grade before graduating from St. Mary Seminary, formerly in Penndel. His brother, Jim, said that after the attacks, Father Mascherino felt that although a national monument at Shanksville was in the works, the relatives of those killed in the crash should have a place to go in the meantime.
NEWS
January 3, 2013 | By Joe Mandak, Associated Press
PITTSBURGH - A suspended Catholic priest expressed remorse to everyone but the young boys depicted in pornography Wednesday before he was sentenced to more than eight years in prison for collecting more than 5,000 images of child porn on his computer, in books and on compact discs. The sentence that the Rev. Bartley Sorensen, 63, received was more than the five-year mandatory minimum sentence he sought but less than the 10-year maximum he faced. "I served the diocese for 35 years.
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