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By Phil Lawler (bio - articles ) | Jun 20, 2003

At their annual meeting, the bishops told reporters that:
  • their new policies have effectively stopped sexual abuse
  • the media is exploiting the controversy
  • complaints about the bishops' leadership are motivated by anti-Catholic bias
  • diocesan officials are fully cooperating with investigators
  • Questions:

    1. Are we talking about the Dallas meeting in June 2002, or the St. Louis meeting this week? 2. What has changed?

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    • Posted by: - Jun. 21, 2003 3:17 AM ET USA

      BRAVO, Phil. More ! Keep it up.

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