The Globe Gets its Man

I've been reluctant to write about this because I have a near and dear one who works at Caritas Christi. But suffice it to say that major plaudits are in order for the Globe's -- and particularly Walter Robinson's -- aggressive and thorough reporting, which culminated in today's news that president Robert Haddad has resigned amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment. One has to believe that without the serious Globe scrutiny, the outcome might well have been different in this case.

One of my favorite stories in the Globe's impressive reportage was Yvonne Abraham's piece yesterday piercing Haddad's defense that his hugging and kissing were simply an expression of his warm and open Lebanese heritage.

The Herald, clearly choosing to opt out of the game on a story owned by the Globe, relied on an AP story to report Haddad's demsie.

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