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Bishops' Sex-Abuse Policy Called Self-serving

Last week's approval by Catholic bishops of a sex-abuse policy that accommodates Vatican concerns about unfair treatment of priests draws criticism from people who say it exempts bishops from responsibility. NPR's Liane Hansen talks with John Allen of the National Catholic Reporter.

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