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#801 Pope? Nope.
The media actually did a pretty good job of covering the Pope's apology. And Wendy Mesley's re-branding as a woman of ill repute. Karyn Pugliese co-hosts.
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The media actually did a pretty good job of covering the Pope’s apology. And Wendy Mesley’s re-branding as a woman of ill repute. Karyn Pugliese co-hosts.

Links:

  • Canada’s National Observer piece by Thaiorénióhté Dan David re: Papal apology
  • Canada’s National Observer piece by Matteo Cimellaro re: Papal apology
  • Globe and Mail Opinion piece by Tanya Talaga re: Papal apology
  • The Tyee piece by Cindy Blackstock re: sexual abuse
  • APTN investigation re: French priest
  • National Post piece re: Wendy Mesley

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