Daybreak Montreal | Feb 12, 2013 | 13:43

Church abuse victim comes forward

When news the Pope had resigned was announced yesterday, we got a text message that stopped us in our tracks. It read simply: As one of the victims from College Notre-Dame, I can only say "Good riddance, child rape enabler!". The man who wrote that is Jean Guérin. He was our guest this morning. We also speak to Christian Lépine, Archbishop of Montreal.

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