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Catholic Church Mishandled Reports Of Sex Abuse

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Vatican Set To Rule On Legionaries Of Christ

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Before he became Pope Benedict XVI, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger led the Congregation for the Doctine of the Faith, which was tasked with investigating crimes in the church. This photo was taken in 1989. Rafa Samano/Getty Images hide caption

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Pilgrims And Progress: 3,000 Years Of Christianity

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Scholar Signals The End Of The Black Church

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How L.A. Archdiocese Mishandled A Pedophile Priest

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