Bishops Conference

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In this second day of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Dallas, church leaders are finalizing a policy for dealing with sex abuse by priests. The bishops are still considering a key issue: whether to include a zero tolerance stance against abusive priests. NPR Religion Correspondent Duncan Moon reports that the bishops have taken an unusual step in allowing outside critics, including abuse victims, to speak at the conference. The bishops hope to have a final policy done by the end of the day.



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