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Courant Assistant Features EditorOn a Sunday afternoon in March 1970, Dr. George Reardon photographed me in degrading, sexually provocative poses in his office at St. Francis Hospital. It was just another day for the doctor. Afterward, he stopped at Arthur Drug on Farmington Avenue...
Tags: Miles Davis, Boston Red Sox, Values, Arts and Culture, Firearms
By the time she reached her mid-30s, Ellen Manning had a degree in English and a respectable job with the state of New York. She had a large group of friends, a supportive family, a nice house and a cat she loved. Still, she had always felt somewhat...
Sen. Chris Dodd (D - CT ) admitted Wednesday the reason he has not released documents on his controversial mortgages was because he is under an U.S. Senate ethics inquiry. Dodd was speaking in favor of legislation on mental health at the...
The Hartford CourantAfter his arrest for drunken driving in March, Victor Diaz sat in a room at the Institute of Living psychiatric treatment facility three times a week and told a bunch of strangers how angry he was at himself for the way he was treating his girlfriend,...
The Hartford CourantAugust 1955 is in black and white. It is mom, pop and apple pie, rabbit ears, The Mick, Ike, "Rock Around the Clock," blue collars, Reds, polio, Lucky Strikes, and weather. On the 12th and 13th of the month, the tail end of Hurricane Connie had passed,...
Sun StaffCardinal William H. Keeler has apologized for the first time to victims of sex abuse by Roman Catholic priests and said he regrets his 1993 decision to return the Rev. Maurice Blackwell to his parish after an abuse allegation. "I take full responsibility...
Sun StaffA 26-year-old man charged with shooting a Roman Catholic priest he says molested him years ago walked into a Northwest Baltimore church service hours after the assault, came forward to seek salvation and later confessed, the pastor said last night....
Tags: Suicide, Arts and Culture, Firearms, Abusive Behavior, Arts
The Hartford CourantSecret court documents reveal that New York Cardinal Edward M. Egan, while serving as bishop of the Bridgeport Roman Catholic Diocese, allowed several priests facing multiple accusations of sexual abuse to continue working for years - including one who...
Courant Staff WriterIn "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," Huck takes shelter with a family after the raft he and Jim are riding is destroyed by a steamboat. The grim cemetery paintings of a deceased daughter, Emmeline, are displayed around the house, and in a scrapbook is one...
Tags: Norwich, Family, Death, Mark Twain, Poetry
Courant Staff WriterIn many ways, Carole Surran was the ideal parishioner - a devout Catholic who attended Mass daily and allowed nothing to interfere with her faith or devotion to the church. It was that devotion, in part, that led the Wilton mother to seek a meeting in...
May 10, 1980: Charles Carr ordained, assigned to Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Wilton. Spring 1982: Mother of 11-year-old boy says Carr molested her son in Our Lady of Fatima parking lot (she details the incident in a letter seven years later). June 21,...
Courant Staff WriterAfter insisting for weeks that he properly handled sex abuse charges against priests while he was bishop of the Bridgeport Diocese, Cardinal Edward Egan, now the archbishop of the Archdiocese of New York, apologized Saturday for any mistakes that "may...
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