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Topic - Andrea Leon-Grossman
"It's the right thing to do," Andrea Leon-Grossman, a Los Angeles member of Catholics United, said in a statement on the group's website. "In the interests of the children who were raped in his diocese, he needs to keep out of the public eye. He already has been stripped of his ministry. If he's truly sorry for what has happened, he would show some humility and opt to stay home."