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The Catholic church rethinks seminary training after its child abuse scandal

The Age Tuesday, 24 September 2019
"One has to wonder whether seminaries are the place or way to train men for the priesthood now," says Australian Catholics Bishops Conference chair Mark Coleridge.
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