The Most Rev. Ronald Gainer, the Roman Catholic bishop of the diocese of Harrisburg, Pa., discusses child sexual abuse by clergy and a decision by the diocese to remove names of bishops going back to the 1940s after concluding they did not respond adequately to abuse allegations, during an Aug. 1 news conference in Harrisburg, Pa. Gainer served as bishop of the Lexington diocese from 2003-2014.
The Most Rev. Ronald Gainer, the Roman Catholic bishop of the diocese of Harrisburg, Pa., discusses child sexual abuse by clergy and a decision by the diocese to remove names of bishops going back to the 1940s after concluding they did not respond adequately to abuse allegations, during an Aug. 1 news conference in Harrisburg, Pa. Gainer served as bishop of the Lexington diocese from 2003-2014. Mark Scolforo AP
The Most Rev. Ronald Gainer, the Roman Catholic bishop of the diocese of Harrisburg, Pa., discusses child sexual abuse by clergy and a decision by the diocese to remove names of bishops going back to the 1940s after concluding they did not respond adequately to abuse allegations, during an Aug. 1 news conference in Harrisburg, Pa. Gainer served as bishop of the Lexington diocese from 2003-2014. Mark Scolforo AP

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