Diocese of Green Bay Holding Listening Sessions in Light of National Allegations

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - The Diocese of Green Bay will be holding several listening sessions throughout September regarding last month's sexual abuse allegations against the Catholic church. The first will take place on Wednesday at St. Rose Parish in Clintonville from 7-8:30 p.m.

Bishop David Ricken, who has spoken out against the priests accused of sexually abusing children, says that he wants to listen to people's concerns - including anyone who has been impacted by the recent reports and events.

As part of his "Action Steps to Accountability," Bishop Ricken also states that he wants to both offer care to any victims and ensure that abusers do not remain in the ministry.
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