December 2, 2018
Church-goers within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston are still reeling from the revelation that 18 of their priests have had credible accusations of sexual abuse against them in the Northern Panhandle.
It also was revealed that 13 additional diocesan priests had been accused in other states.
Since the Diocese released the list of abusers last week, current clergy have struggled with the news and how to bring a new sense of faith to their congregations.
Some pastors have chosen not to address the sex scandal from the pulpit during Mass on Saturday evening and today.
Others have weaved today’s Gospel readings into their comments about the abuse.
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