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68. (p. 440) In 2003, the Boston Catholic diocese reported an annual deficit of $10 million in the fund, which covers administrative costs and other centralized spending in the archdiocese. Later, the Boston Globe reported the deficit was actually $20 million. Then the diocese reported an unfunded pension liability of $80 million. The financial problems, a decline in the number of priests and demographic trends that were emptying out a lot of the urban parishes and overfilling some of the suburban parishes, required the Boston diocese to engage in: Crisis management deals with incidents that can adversely affect an organization's business. AACSB: Reflective Thinking Bloom's: Apply Difficulty: Hard Learning Objective: 17-02 Describe the key tasks of public relations practitioners. Topic: Reputation Management
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