Bryan Cones

Associate Editor of US Catholic

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Associate Editor of US Catholic magazine, a lay-edited monthly magazine, discussing Catholic issues in the United States

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Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles heads the  nation's largest Roman Catholic Archdiocese , and he's agreed to the biggest  settlement  yet with victims of sex abuse by priests.

Los Angeles Archdiocese to Pay $660 Million to 508 Victims

Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles heads the nation's largest Roman Catholic Archdiocese , and he's agreed to the biggest settlement yet with victims of sex abuse by priests.

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