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Francis declared an all out war on abominable abuse crime Sunday at the end of a landmark conference and that the church will become completely safe for minors what I previously by the easy get a man , but survivors who have flocked to roam in the past few days called it a stunning let down instead of prayers like this one for the victims what they called old promises they wanted concrete action from the four day conference it was the church's first on sex abuse despite decades of allegations powers %HESITATION very disappointed that no action was taken %HESITATION we feel that is exceptionally important to take action now hopefully to remove some of those bishops , cover up sexual abuse or sexual abuse themselves is going to be harmed today because of what he didn't do and say today , last year was one that shook the church shuttering its once unassailable power an island where the pope's visit in August shone a light on decades of abuse , one in Chile all of the country's bishops offered their resignations seven of which the pope accepted over a bust cover up of the sexual abuse of children , the pope called abusing clergy the tools of Satan and promised to tighten guidelines and raise the definition of miner from the current age of fourteen victims and activist though say they don't trust the church to police itself