June 28, 2019
By Zac Ziegler
Of the 22 identified, 18 are dead, one is in prison for sexual abuse, and the whereabouts of three are not definitively known.
Jeff Anderson is with Anderson and Associates, the firm that released the report.
“There has not been a full accounting by the Catholic Diocese in Phoenix of all the names that should have been disclosed by the Catholic Bishops past and present.”
The Diocese of Phoenix issued a statement, saying it’s reviewing the report, and that none of the accused are in active ministry in Arizona.
It encourages victims to come forward and contact law enforcement.
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