Nearly 200 church officials and a dozen more survivors will gather at the Vatican tomorrow for a summit to discuss the crisis of clergy sex abuse. It’s the Church’s latest attempt at tackling the issue amid new reports of abuse from more than 500 priests in New York, New Jersey, Virginia and Texas.

The high-profile meeting also comes after calls for more transparency from the church on the investigation into ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. McCarrick became the first cardinal ever defrocked, after The Vatican found him guilty of sexually abusing minors and misconduct with adults. And while some have referred to the summit as a "turning point," it's worth remembering how Pope Francis told the world to “deflate expectations,” last month. will anything come of it? And what should?

Jim Braude was joined by a clergy abuse survivor Alexa MacPherson, her attorney, who also represents countless other survivors, Mitchell Garabedian, and President of Simmons University, Helen Drinan, who was once head of human resources at Caritas Christi.