Pope breaks silence on abuse, urges repentance
By NICOLE WINFIELD
VATICAN CITY -- Pope Benedict XVI broke his recent silence on the clerical abuse scandal Thursday, complaining that the church was under attack but saying that "we Christians" must repent for sins and recognize mistakes.
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