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Abuse charge sidelines auxiliary bishop in New York

October 31, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: Bishop John Jenik, an auxiliary of the New York archdiocese, has stepped aside from ministry after being charged with sexual abuse. A lay review board in the archdiocese concluded that the charge, which involves “incidents from decades ago” is “credible and substantiated,” the archdiocese announced. Bishop Jenik has denied the allegation.

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