Pope Benedict announced a few weeks ago that he would be meeting with the families of victims who had been abused by Church leaders. This was a result of the numerous recent complaints coming from parishioners from all over the world. But the current problems in the Catholic Church stem from the way the Church has been operating for decades – information is suppressed, dissenting views are discouraged, and the truth is kept secret from the world. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. talks about the history of the Church’s practice of hiding information with James Carroll, author of Constantine’s Sword.