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Philomena Lee gives an interview at the end of a press conference in Rome, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, after her meeting with Pope Francis a day earlier and the Oscar-nominated film based on her story of trying to find a son taken from her 50 years earlier. One of the main criticisms of the Vatican in a U.N. report on sex abuse was the Holy See's failure to investigate the arbitrary placement of girls in church-run workhouses in Ireland, where their out-of-wedlock babies were taken from them and put up for adoption. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Philomena Lee gives an interview at the end of a press conference in Rome, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, after her meeting with Pope Francis a day earlier and the Oscar-nominated film based on her story of trying to find a son taken from her 50 years earlier. One of the main criticisms of the Vatican in a U.N. report on sex abuse was the Holy See's failure to investigate the arbitrary placement of girls in church-run workhouses in Ireland, where their out-of-wedlock babies were taken from them and put up for adoption. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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