Many of his statements in response to the grand jury report are directly contradicted by the Church's own documents and records from their secret archives. He asked Wuerl stay on as a temporary administrator of the archdiocese until a successor is chosen. The U. Chester Gawronski for "many acts of kindness" and "deep faith" after Gawronsky had admitted fondling at least twelve boys. The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, which covers all of the state of West Virginia, announced it would release the names of priests, deacons and other religious figures credibly accused of sexually abusing children of whom it was aware in its records going back to Kathleen McChesney, a former FBI executive assistant director, is leading a team in actively compiling an independent audit of the diocese. Louis invited the Missouri attorney general 's office to conduct an inspection of the archdiocesan files and to produce a report on clerical abuse in the state. But Francis had not acted upon that offer until now. The report, which was issued with extensive redactions while the priests' legal challenge was pending, also said church officials covered up the abuse. Doherty, chair of the bishops' Committee for the Protection of Children and Young People, said in a statement. Monsignors, auxiliary bishops, bishops, archbishops, cardinals have mostly been protected; many, including some named in this report, have been promoted. According to the statement, investigations into two allegations brought this year against two priests are ongoing. August 14 with redactions in sections where litigation was ongoing. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced a new tip line for residents to call in complaints of clergy sex abuse. Others were accused of viewing or possessing child pornography. The state prosecutors' office has said the court could change the grand jury process through its rulemaking power, bypassing the Legislature. Washington, D.