Bishop Robert Finn speaks at a news conference on May 27, 2011.
Photographer: Christina Medina/KSHB
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A New York Times article, published Dec. 2, reports a survey of Bishops in the Kansas City area showed many do not support Bishop Robert Finn and some felt he should resign.
The article cited a survey commissioned by the diocese to run a capital campaign.
According to the article, 40 priests in the diocese participated. The Times obtained 32 responses.
See more of the article here: http://nyti.ms/YI008K
Bishop Finn was the first bishop in the United States convicted for a misdemeanor charge of failing to report suspected abuse.
Finn was sentenced to court-supervised probation for the conviction.
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