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Monsignor removed over sex abuse allegation

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Monsignor removed over sex abuse allegation

Monsignor removed over sex abuse allegation

Rev.

Msgr.

Francis V.

Strahan, who was pastor of St.

Bridget Parish in Framingham, was placed on administrative leave after being accused of sexual abuse of a child, archdiocese officials announced.

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THE PRIEST ACCUSED HAS KNOWNSOME FAMILIES HERE FORGENERATIONS.PARENTS PICKING UP STUDENTS DIDNOT WANT TO COMMENT ON CAMERA,BUT PRIVATELY SOME SAID THEYWERE SHOCKED AFTER A MONSIGNORWAS REMOVED.THE ARCHDIOCESE HAS INFORMATIONTHAT HE SEXUALLY ABUSED A MINORINTO THOUSAND SIX.A VIDEO POSTED ONLINE SHOWS HIMCELEBRATING MASS WITH STUDENTSEARLIER THIS YEAR.ANOTHER SHOWS HIM SINGINGAMAZING GRACE FOR A TELETHON IN1996.♪




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