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Leaders Of Catholic Nuns And Priests Admit 'Errors In Judgement' Over Child Sex Abuse

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Leaders Of Catholic Nuns And Priests Admit 'Errors In Judgement' Over Child Sex Abuse

Leaders Of Catholic Nuns And Priests Admit 'Errors In Judgement' Over Child Sex Abuse

Ahead of a Vatican summit on clerical sex abuse, the top leadership of Catholic nuns and priests worldwide admitted to making "errors in judgment".

The leaders of Major Superiors of Religious Orders and Congregations said they "bow their heads in shame at the realization" the abuse of minors had taken place.

The group represents hundreds of thousands of Catholic nuns and priests around the world.

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