From left, retired Judge Terry Carroll, former U.S. Attorney John McKay, and Colleen Kinerk are among prominent Seattle Catholics seeking the appointment of a panel of lay people to review the Seattle Archdiocese’s clergy abuse files. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)
From left, retired Judge Terry Carroll, former U.S. Attorney John McKay, and Colleen Kinerk are among prominent Seattle Catholics seeking the appointment of a panel of lay people to review the Seattle Archdiocese’s clergy abuse files. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)
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From left, retired Judge Terry Carroll, former U.S. Attorney John McKay, and Colleen Kinerk are among prominent Seattle Catholics seeking the appointment of a panel of lay people to review the Seattle Archdiocese’s clergy abuse files. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)
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From left, retired Judge Terry Carroll, former U.S. Attorney John McKay, and Colleen Kinerk are among prominent Seattle Catholics seeking the appointment of a panel of lay people to review the Seattle Archdiocese’s clergy abuse files. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)
From left, retired Judge Terry Carroll, former U.S. Attorney John McKay, and Colleen Kinerk are among prominent Seattle Catholics seeking the appointment of a panel of lay people to review the Seattle Archdiocese’s clergy abuse files. (Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)
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Prominent Catholics together call for review of Seattle Archdiocese’s secret clergy abuse files

A group that includes former judges and law enforcement officials, abuse survivors, retired clergy and others delivered a letter and statement of key objectives to new Seattle Archbishop Paul Etienne, requesting his support.