In Scranton, Parishioners React To Delayed Sex Abuse Reforms
SCRANTON, Pa. -- The bells rang for Tuesday morning mass at St. Peter's Cathedral in downtown Scranton. As parishioners here listen and pray, Catholic bishops from across the country gather in Baltimore. They planned to vote on reforms to hold themselves accountable for sexual abuse in the church and approve a code of conduct, the first of its kind for bishops on sex abuse issues, but then came a sudden announcement.