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Mark C. N. Sullivan is an editor at a Massachusetts university. He is married and the father of three children. Email
Boston journalist Jay Fitzgerald of Hub Blog writes of his dismay over revelations about his friend Fr. Foley.
In the past year, my faith in the church (actually, it’s more like an ingrained allegiance) has been sorely tested, as it has for so many Boston Catholics. Still ... I always thought of Father Foley. He was my rock. My only true link to the Church. A dear friend. “Well, if I ever go back to the Church as a practicing Catholic, it’s going to be because of people like Father Foley. ... ”
And now this. When I first learned last night of the trouble he was in and then read this morning’s papers, I wanted to burst out crying.