One of the most memorable front pages in the history of The Catholic Register was from Sept. 22, 1984.

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Last month Bishop Kieran Conry, Bishop of Arundel and Brighton and one of England’s most influential bishops, resigned after admitting to sexual affairs with women and being in a relationship with a married mother of two children. The lawyer for the husband of the said woman claimed, “My client is considering pursuing a possible High Court action against the Catholic Church because they’ve known for years that the bishop has been having affairs and if they’d taken action he almost certainly would not have lost his marriage and his children would not be having to be brought up in a broken family.”

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February 15, 2013

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The Catholic Register is now available as an e-edition in digital format.

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