As a Catholic Church official was interrogated by a prosecutor about at least 15 priests accused of sexual abuse whose assignments he handled, the defendant said that he would take any tack that he c
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The Philadelphia Association of Paralegals (PAP) bimonthly luncheon ? and first of the new year ? was held Jan. 9 at the Loew?s Philadelphia Hotel
It was an evening for the Philadelphia Bar Association to honor both its newest chancellor and its oldest luminaries
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