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Mother Teresa Letter Defending Pedophile 'Authentic' and 'Disturbing,' Says Former Nun

Last month, SF Weekly published a cover story revealing that two candidates for Catholic sainthood -- including Mother Teresa, founder of the Missionaries of Charity order and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize -- had taken steps to protect convicted…
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News, The Snitch SF Archdiocese Calls <i>SF Weekly</i> Mother Teresa Story a 'Dark Day for Journalism'

SF Archdiocese Calls SF Weekly Mother Teresa Story a 'Dark Day for Journalism'

We've been getting quite a range of reaction to yesterday's cover story on Mother Teresa's links to convicted pedophile priest Donald McGuire. Documents obtained by SF Weekly indicate that the "Saint of Calcutta" might have urged Jesuit officials to overlook…
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News, The Snitch Did Mother Teresa Protect a Pedophile Priest?

Did Mother Teresa Protect a Pedophile Priest?

That's the subject of the latest SF Weekly cover story, which examines Jesuit records suggesting that Mother Teresa of Calcutta, founder of the international Missionaries of Charity order and winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize, asked Catholic Church officials…
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News, The Snitch Follow the Paper Trail: Who Knew the Secrets of Pedophile Priest Donald McGuire?

Follow the Paper Trail: Who Knew the Secrets of Pedophile Priest Donald McGuire?

In this week's cover story, SF Weekly takes a look at the voluminous paper trail left behind by Donald McGuire, the defrocked Jesuit priest who is currently serving a 25-year federal prison sentence for transporting minors across state lines to sexually…
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News, Feature Let Him Prey: High-Ranking Jesuits Helped Keep Pedophile Priest Hidden

Let Him Prey: High-Ranking Jesuits Helped Keep Pedophile Priest Hidden

Illustration by Brian Stauffer The conservative Catholic family lived on a quiet cul-de-sac in Walnut Creek and took pains to observe the traditions of a church racked by social change. Their lives appeared driven by the famous motivational phrase…
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