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Catholicism 'has overcome' old views

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The Roman Catholic church has strongly defended Pope Benedict against allegations that he failed to take action against a priest in the United States accused of sexually abusing children.

Professor Robert Gahl from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome and a member of Opus Dei, gives his opinion of how the Church has dealt with abuse allegations.

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