Abuse survivor's message to Pope Francis: "Clean up your church, get rid of the pedophiles"
Three clergy abuse survivors all want to know why the Catholic Church still has not laid out concrete steps to stop child sex abuse. "CBS This Morning" has followed their fight for justice since last year, all the way from the U.S. to Rome, where they attended a s and called for a zero-tolerance policy for abuse.
On Sunday Pope Francis addressed the crowd in St. Peter's Square, promising to confront abusers with "the wrath of God," end the cover-ups by church officials, and prioritize the victims of what he termed "brazen, aggressive and destructive evil."
But the survivors told CBS News correspondent Nikki Battiste they all want to know why the Catholic Church still has not laid out concrete steps to stop child sex abuse.
Battiste asked them how they're feeling after the pope's speech.
, a former nun, said, "I don't think our children are any safer now than four days ago, by what I heard."
"What's one word you would use to describe how this summit went?"
Dispenza said, "Disappointing."
, who was molested by a teacher at a Catholic grade school when he was 10, said, "Shortfall."
Meanwhile, Pennsylvania State Legislator , who said his priest raped him when he was 13 years old, characterized it as "a start."
Battiste asked, "What would yo...