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Roman Catholic Church leaders from the United States are in Rome to discuss the sexual abuse scandals that are shaking the church. The Los Angeles Times quotes an unidentified cardinal as saying that several U.S. cardinals will push for the resignation of Boston Archbishop Bernard Law. Robert Siegel talks with Larry Stammer, who wrote the story for the L.A. Times.