Diane Knight

Chair, US Conference of Catholic Bishops' National Review Board

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Chair of the National Review Board at the US Conference of Catholic Bishops

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Revelations of pedophilia by priests and cover-ups by Roman Catholic authorities began in the US in 1985.

Church Abuse Scandal Reaches Pope Benedict XVI

Revelations of pedophilia by priests and cover-ups by Roman Catholic authorities began in the US in 1985.

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Pope Benedict XVI is under increasing pressure to directly address the sex scandals rocking his church.

Church Abuse Scandal Reaches Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict XVI is under increasing pressure to directly address the sex scandals rocking his church.

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