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the long awaited first for the Catholic Church a conference that focuses solely on sex abuse will take place this week at the Vatican it will gather precedence of bishops conferences Vatican officials experts and heads of religious orders because although abuse crimes have demolished the church's credibility pope Francis fizz many clergy still don't cross the scale says which is Philip Paletta so the idea is that be an exchange of information and they're also thinking about %HESITATION forming kind of task forces are I would say swat teams where for example if %HESITATION a bishop in a very small country like %HESITATION the Central African Republic or or %HESITATION %HESITATION somewhere else %HESITATION has a problem %HESITATION knowing what to do and how it dealing with the problem that , would come up very very rarely %HESITATION then outside people from other diocese will command and and give him a hand , but the put his warned against expecting a miracle in just four days this is a historic moment this has never happened before so her think Tim's groups who were gathering to put the pressure on , it's not just about the abuses themselves the church has repeatedly shunted predator priests from parish to parish instead of different kingdom what's lacking is something to a procedure to deal with the bishops who not necessarily themselves were %HESITATION guilty of sexual abuse but either covered it up knowing that that others did it other priest did it or mismanaging cases and %HESITATION this is something that is still a bit of a hot potato because in the structure of the %HESITATION Roman Catholic Church bishop report directly to the pope on Saturday the Vatican sent what some stores a warning that you would get tough expelling the United States the it'll McCarrick the first time a former cardinal rather than a priest has been thrown out