Peter Isely

Founding Member of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests

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Peter Isely on KCRW

Last week, Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony announced the  settlement of 45 cases of child-sex abuse  by Roman Catholic priests worth a total of $60 million.

Cardinal Roger Mahony and Sex Abuse by Priests

Last week, Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony announced the settlement of 45 cases of child-sex abuse by Roman Catholic priests worth a total of $60 million.

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