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In the wake of its own scandal almost a decade ago, the Catholic Church in the U.S. says it has reformed its policies for handling sexual abuse allegations and will remove from ministry every priest who is credibly accused of abuse.
Members of the U.S. organization Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, or SNAP, demonstrate against child sex abuse Friday in front of St. Peter's Square at the Vatican.
Pope Benedict XVI waves at the end of the meeting March 25 with the youth of Rome and Italy's Lazio region in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. The ever-growing number of reports of abusive priests has left the church reeling.
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Even if you don't have access to fresh pike and whitefish, you don't necessarily have to turn to gefilte fish in a jar. Portland chef Jenn Louis makes hers with salmon and halibut.
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