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  • A sentencing hearing is scheduled Dec. 21 in Goodstein's court at the Federal Building in

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  • "The Pope and the Pedophilia Scandal," in which the editors call the Goodstein article a disturbing report (emphasis in original) as a basis for their own charges against the Pope.

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  • I say this because today's Times presents both a lengthy article by Laurie Goodstein, a senior columnist, headlined "Warned About Abuse, Vatican Failed to Defrock Priest," and an accompanying editorial entitled "The Pope and the Pedophilia Scandal," in which the editors call the Goodstein article a disturbing report (emphasis in original) as a basis for their own charges against the Pope.

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  • It's "Goodstein" btw, not "Goldstein." records are sounding good dude first time listener Lennox jerusalem adn the starbaskets are pretty cool I.H. I vaguely remember Rocks in Your Head.

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  • Of his New York Times boycott, he left the door open for Goodstein, saying, "Maybe you and I can have a nice conversation after this talk, and you can convince me otherwise."

    Nicole Neroulias: Denver Archbishop Chaput May Reconsider New York Times Boycott

  • Goodstein said she didn't even know that Chaput had an official policy against talking to the Times -- the only media outlet he officially boycotts -- until she tried to reach him for a comment on a "good news story" recently: the Vatican's choice of Archbishop Jose H. Gomez to lead the Los Angeles archdiocese and possibly become the first Hispanic cardinal in the United States.

    Nicole Neroulias: Denver Archbishop Chaput May Reconsider New York Times Boycott

  • Caltech's David Goodstein used similar theory to peg the "Hubbert Peak" for conventionally drilled natural gas at 1960.

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  • Chaput, after chatting privately with Goodstein following the conference session and shaking her hand, said his anti-Times policy may be reconsidered.

    Nicole Neroulias: Denver Archbishop Chaput May Reconsider New York Times Boycott

  • Laurie Goodstein, the newspaper's national religion correspondent, got her chance to ask him directly during his appearance at the Religion Newswriters Association conference Friday (Sept. 24) morning.

    Nicole Neroulias: Denver Archbishop Chaput May Reconsider New York Times Boycott

  • Goodstein said she didn't even know that Chaput had an official policy against talking to the Times -- the only media outlet he officially boycotts -- until she tried to reach him for a comment on a "good news story" recently: the Vatican's choice of Archbishop Jose H. Gomez to lead the Los Angeles archdiocese and possibly become the first Hispanic cardinal in the United States.

    Nicole Neroulias: Denver Archbishop Chaput May Reconsider New York Times Boycott

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