Though the clergy sex-abuse scandal has done "great damage" to the
Roman Catholic Church and limited its ability to "speak confidently on
other issues," Archbishop Charles J. Chaput said anxiety about parish
school closings - not abuse - was "the biggest issue people have
contacted me about" since he arrived six weeks ago.
But, Chaput told The Inquirer Editorial Board on Thursday, he won't
begin charting any plan of action until he receives a report on the
archdiocesan school system that is due in December.
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