10 things to know for today

10 things to know for today

October 23rd, 2013 by Associated Press in Local - Breaking News

In this March 18, 2004, file picture the leader of Poland's Catholic church, Archbishop Jozef Michalik, addresses a news conference at the building of Poland's Episcopate in Warsaw, Poland, after being elected the head of the Polish Episcopal Conference, succeeding the retiring Cardinal Jozef Glemp. Michalik recently came under fierce criticism for appearing to suggest that children are partly to blame for being sexually abused by priests.

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