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U.S. Bishops: 'Monumental' Reform Effort on Track

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U.S. Bishops: 'Monumental' Reform Effort on Track

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In St. Louis, U.S. Roman Catholic bishops say they are satisfied with their progress in addressing the sex abuse crisis. Archbishop Harry Flynn, head of the Ad Hoc Committee on Sexual Abuse, says the removal of several hundred sexually abusive priests from the ministry was an important accomplishment, but also "very, very painful." Hear Hear Jason de Rose of Chicago Public Radio.

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