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Camden priest: ‘Beauty will save us’

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The Rev. Michael Doyle, who has been serving the city’s poor from his Sacred Heart Church for more than 40 years, tells Brian Williams there is hope for the city of Camden. Father Doyle says he will dedicate himself to bringing beauty back to Camden.