U.S. Bishops in St. Louis In St. Louis, Archbishop Harry Flynn says the church has made progress in addressing the sex abuse crisis, with hundreds of sexually abusive priests already removed from the ministry. Flynn also outlines other measures, including the creation of a new child and youth protection office and the launch of two studies examining the extent of priest abuse and its causes. Hear Alan Cooperman of The Washington Post.
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U.S. Bishops: Church Reform on Track

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U.S. Bishops: Church Reform on Track

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In St. Louis, Archbishop Harry Flynn says the church has made progress in addressing the sex abuse crisis, with hundreds of sexually abusive priests already removed from the ministry. Flynn also outlines other measures, including the creation of a new child and youth protection office and the launch of two studies examining the extent of priest abuse and its causes. Hear Alan Cooperman of The Washington Post.