Activists plan vigil tonight at Cincinnati cathedral
Activists say the Roman Catholic Church needs to be more open about priests accused of sexually abusing children. Advocates for abuse victims plan a vigil this evening outside the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. They say they want the archdiocese to disclose the current locations of abusive priests. The activists say the disclosure would help protect the public from priests who might repeat their sexual abuse of young people. Cincinnati Archdiocese spokesman Dan Andriacco says the church won't reveal the locations of accused priests. Andriacco says that would subject the priests' neighbors to un-wanted attention from reporters and camera crews.
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