Catholic Bishops Vote to Revise Sex-Abuse Charter The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops votes to approve a revised charter for policy on priests accused of sex abuse. The Vatican felt a charter bishops approved months earlier was at odds with church law. NPR's Duncan Moon reports.

Catholic Bishops Vote to Revise Sex-Abuse Charter

Catholic Bishops Vote to Revise Sex-Abuse Charter

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The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops votes to approve a revised charter for policy on priests accused of sex abuse. The Vatican felt a charter bishops approved months earlier was at odds with church law. NPR's Duncan Moon reports.