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Editorial: The Vatican is stalling efforts to punish and prevent sexual abuse

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops had been expected this week to embrace new measures to prevent and punish sexual abuse by members of the clergy, including an unprecedented code of conduct for the bishops themselves. It didn't happen.

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