Catholic Church Report

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Following a 16-month investigation, Massachusetts' attorney general has released his report about the clergy sexual abuse scandal in the Boston Archdiocese. Among his findings: More than 1,000 people were abused by priests and church workers. Join Neal Conan and guests to discuss the report's findings repercussions on the Catholic Church.

Guests

Walter Robinson
*Editor of The Boston Globe Spotlight Team investigating the church abuse scandal

Peter Steinfels
*Author, A People Adrift: The Crisis of the Roman Catholic Church in America (Simon & Schuster, 2003)
*Writes bi-weekly "Beliefs" column on religion and ethics for The New York Times
*Former senior religion correspondent for The New York Times

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