Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
At this rate, he’s probably wishing he’d just stayed home: Boston Archbishop Cardinal Sean O’Malley says Pope Benedict will discuss the sexual abuse crisis during his visit to America this week, even though he won’t do so in Boston. Survivors of abuse say that’s not good enough. [Globe, Globe]
Yes, in my backyard: Rhode Island and New Hampshire are expanding their gambling offerings now that casinos in Massachusetts seem unlikely. [Herald]
Hey, don’t feel too bad. That’s how we treat all our veterans: Iraqi and Afghan translators who helped American troops and were rewarded with asylum can’t find jobs and don’t get much help from the government. It’s so bad that some have returned to the Middle East. [Globe]
Shh, don’t look now: But the Bruins won last night’s playoff game against Montreal in overtime. [Herald]