Donna Morrissey, a spokeswoman for Law, did not return phone calls last night… This is a sentence that Boston Globe readers have been seeing almost every day for the last three months. And from the way things seems to be going for the Cardinal, we’re going to keep seeing it until the day he resigns.
Month: April 2002
Boston media roundup heading into the last weekend in April: The raves which Red Sox ace pitcher Pedro Martinez has been drawing from local newspaper, television and radio reporters must amuse former Baltimore Orioles star right hander Jim Palmer who does the TV color at Orioles games. Many of us who were priviliged to see… Continue reading
Follow-up on Tolkien family spat: As far as I can ascertain, it appears that there was in fact a dust-up in the Tolkien family regarding the new movie. From what I’ve been told, Christopher Tolkien and his son fell out over the latter’s desire to be in on the production (whether in a consulting capacity… Continue reading
The sudden discovery of additional new incriminating documents concerning Fr. Paul Shanley’s advocacy of man-boy love in the files of the Archdiocese of Boston is another nail in the career coffin of Bernard Cardinal Law who still maintains he has no plans to resign or take another church post in Rome. The cardinal has lost… Continue reading
First News First: Former Boston Red Sox slugger Carl Yastrzemski finally married the beautiful young woman with whom he has been living, last Saturday evening at his favorite restaurant, Anthony’s Pier Four in Boston. Yastrzemski who was a star left fielder for 22 years with the Red Sox, was married to Nancy Benson whom he… Continue reading