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Letter to the editor: Zubik should resign

Just a couple of comments on why Bishop David Zubik needs to resign. When the bishop of Pittsburgh takes a directive from the archbishop of Washington, D.C., about a Pittsburgh school’s name — then the Pittsburgh bishop is following, not leading. When Zubik releases a list of criminal priests in his diocese, after a grand jury report releases those names first — Zubik is again following, not leading.

Zubik has been bishop since 2007; those names could have been made public 10 years ago. He waited until the attorney general got involved. The attorney general did in two years what the diocese refused to do in the last 100 years. Catholics in Pittsburgh need a leader. Zubik needs to resign now.

Daniel Bauer


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