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Following the 2018 grand jury report in Pennsylvania, Catholic dioceses launched reparations programs. Hundreds of people have now received more than $50 million, but not all are satisfied.

Reparations After Clergy Abuse Puts A Price On Trauma, Victims Say

By Laura Benshoff NPR
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