Allegations that Pope Benedict and other church leaders covered up sexual abuse cases, including those at a school for the deaf in Wisconsin, continue to rock the Catholic Church. Judy Woodruff reports.
In other news Tuesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton led a U.S. delegation to Mexico for talks on the escalating drug violence that killed two Americans in recent weeks and accusations of sexual abuse by Catholic leaders in the U.S.
Pope Benedict XVI spoke Friday at the United Nations, saying respect for human rights should be the focus of international cooperation, but warning "multilateral consensus" is "subordinated to the decisions of a small number."…
Pope Benedict XVI held mass before a crowd of some 45,000 worshipers at the Washington Nationals park Thursday, where he addressed the challenges facing American Catholics. A group of analysts and experts examine the pope's message to Americans.
U.S. bishops agreed to revise their sex abuse policy Wednesday, voting overwhelmingly to approve rules saying priests who commit "even one act of sexual abuse of a minor" should be removed from public ministry.
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