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Editorial: ‘The Catholic Church proves incapable of exorcising clergy sex abuse—again’

November 13, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: The US bishops’ “agenda was modest, and Rome’s intervention is telling,” the Post editorialized. “Again and again, the Vatican pays lip service to the suffering of victims. Again and again, it undercuts its own assertions of contrition.”

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  • Posted by: Oedipus Tex - Nov. 13, 2018 9:10 PM ET USA

    The WaPo is right to criticize the Vatican, but they can't help themselves and broaden their targets. The Vatican under JPII and B16 did much more than pay lip service to the problem. Alas, many bishops paid lip service back.