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Authors of new book defend Pope Benedict's handling of sex-abuse crisis

Catholic World News - May 19, 2010

Greg Erlandson and Matthew Bunson, authors of a new book from Our Sunday Visitor press defending Pope Benedict's handling of the sex-abuse crisis, offer a glimpse of their argument in an interview with USA Today. The book, Pope Benedict XVI and the Sexual Abuse Crisis: Working for Reform and Renewal, delves into the history of sexual misconduct by Catholic priests as well as the current crisis.

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