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By Diogenes (articles ) | Jul 28, 2010

An Episcopalian bishop in Pennsylvania has disclosed that his predecessor was charged with multiple instances of sexual abuse, and asked any other victims of the former bishop (now deceased) should come forward. With this open and honest approach, Dr. Sean Rowe has taken a cue from the American Catholic bishops, who have urged complete candor and transparency in dealing with sex-abuse complaints. By refusing to cover up the misconduct of his predecessor, this Episcopalian bishop is imitating American Catholic bishops such as…

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  • Posted by: loumiamo7154 - Jul. 28, 2010 8:49 PM ET USA

    Nice touch, nice writing, a top shelf tweak if I ever read one.

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