Sr. Frances Doyle
Sister Mary Andrew a/k/a Sister Frances Doyle. Accused of sexual abuse of at least two girls at Notre Dame School in Manhattan in the mid-1940s. School was run by the Society of St. Ursula; Sr. Mary Andrew was the principal. One accuser said she was abused as a 14-year-old sophomore. She went on to become a nun but left the order years later. The school and the order reportedly refused to help her as a survivor. Andrew died 11/29/06.
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