Bill In The News (NBC Washington):

For the roughly two million Catholics who live in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, clergy sex abuse has caused heartache and distrust within an institution gripped by scandal for nearly two decades.

“It’s still going on. It’s going on worldwide because they’re still protected and the priests know they’re protected,” said Bucci.

Bill Donohue with the Catholic League says it isn’t confusion. He blames media coverage, which he says ramped up as the sex abuse scandal was ending.

“You get this projection that this is still going on,” said Donohue. “Most of the bad guys, most of the priests who molested are either dead or they’re out of ministry.” READ MORE HERE

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