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Unlikely to be Banned In Boston

Boston's Cardinal Sean P

feature1_1.jpgBoston’s Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley is leaping into the blogosphere.

According to reports, O’Malley will file items at least once daily during a 10-day trip to Rome that begins today. If all goes well, the blog will be permanent. A spokesperson has said whether or not comments will be permitted is still undecided.

So far, no posts yet. And no AdSense ads, either.

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