Pope urged to step up fight against child sex abuse

Some say apology following US report estimating 300 priests in Pennsylvania alone molested many children is not enough.

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    Survivors of sex abuse at the hands of Roman Catholic clergy are reacting to an apology letter from Pope Francis.

    The head of the Roman Catholic Church has vowed to spare no effort to root out child sex abuse and attempts to conceal it.

    His critics say it is not enough and that the Church must go further to help bring justice.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Chaderjian reports.


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