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Bernard Law, Boston — resigned in December 2002 over failure to remove abusive priests.
James McCarthy, New York City — resigned as auxiliary bishop in June 2002 after admitting to sexual affairs with women.
J. Kendrick Williams, Lexington, Ky. — resigned in June 2002 over accusations that he molested two minors and an 18-year-old in the 1980s.
Rembert Weakland, Milwaukee — resigned in May 2002 over an “inappropriate relationship” with a man who claimed Weakland assaulted him.
Anthony O’Connell, Palm Beach, Fla. — resigned in March 2002 after admitting to repeatedly molesting a teenage seminarian in the 1970s.
Joseph Hart, Cheyenne, Wyo. — resigned in September 2001 after being accused of molesting boys in the 1970s.
Daniel Ryan, Springfield, Ill. — resigned in October 1999 after being accused of having sex with teenage male prostitutes and covering up clergy abuse.
Patrick Ziemann, Santa Rosa, Calif. — resigned in July 1999 when a priest accused him of coercing sex acts.
Keith Symons, Palm Beach, Fla. — resigned in June 1998 after admitting to molesting five teenage boys at three different parishes.
Robert Sanchez, Santa Fe, N.M. — resigned as archbishop in March 1993 after admitting to sexual relations with young women in the 1970s and 1980s.
Eugene Marino, Atlanta — resigned in July 1990 upon admitting he had “intimate relations” with a female parishioner.
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