In this Feb. 15, 2006 photo, Barbara Blaine, president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests speaks out at a news conference in Chicago. Blaine, the founder of the group that advocates for priest abuse victims, has stepped down after three decades of campaigning to force the Catholic Church to recognize the extent of the scandal and compensate thousands of people affected.
In this Feb. 15, 2006 photo, Barbara Blaine, president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests speaks out at a news conference in Chicago. Blaine, the founder of the group that advocates for priest abuse victims, has stepped down after three decades of campaigning to force the Catholic Church to recognize the extent of the scandal and compensate thousands of people affected. Joshua Lott AP
In this Feb. 15, 2006 photo, Barbara Blaine, president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests speaks out at a news conference in Chicago. Blaine, the founder of the group that advocates for priest abuse victims, has stepped down after three decades of campaigning to force the Catholic Church to recognize the extent of the scandal and compensate thousands of people affected. Joshua Lott AP

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