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If the grand jury report doesn't force a reckoning for the Catholic Church, it's time to walk away | Mike Newall

philly.com Wednesday, 15 August 2018
If the grand jury report doesn't force a reckoning for the Catholic Church, it's time to walk away | Mike NewallPa. report on clerical abuse is a stark representation of the most frustrating truth in this decades-long crisis: no one is being held accountable.
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News video: Child Sex Abuse Survivor Reacts to Latest Information in Grand Jury Report

▶ Child Sex Abuse Survivor Reacts to Latest Information in Grand Jury Report 03:22

An anonymous survivor says it was painful reading his abuser`s section of the report, but the report is "another step in the process."

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