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Ambrose Library until it can be renamed at an appropriate time."I think it's certainly a positive step," said Terry Mc Kiernan, co-director and founder of
The four-year-old Web site details sexual abuse allegations and cases against Catholic dioceses - including Davenport - across the nation."This is the theme across the country.
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Last September, he asked SAU to "acknowledge the struggle of sexual abuse victims in the Diocese" by removing Bishop O'Keefe's name from the library.
The diocese filed for bankruptcy last October, becoming just the fourth Catholic diocese in the country to do so."On behalf of the survivors that I have represented, we applaud the effort of the St.
"It's a very difficult thing for survivors to cope with.
The people responsible for this misery were being honored."The bishop accountability site includes depositions by Bishop O'Keefe and copies of sexual abuse allegations in the diocese dating back to 1948.
Bishop O'Keefe -- head of the Davenport Roman Catholic diocese from 1966 to 1993 -- died in April 2000 at age 82.
The SAU board's decision -- at a special meeting Friday -- was based on the recommendation of an ad hoc committee of the board appointed by former SAU president Edward Rogalski."While a very difficult decision, the board felt it was the right thing to do for the university, as well as a step taken in the spirit of promoting healing within the diocese and, in a larger sense, for all victims of abuse," the board said in a prepared statement."Obviously, it was not an easy decision," Bishop Martin Amos - current head of the diocese and president of the SAU board - said later Friday."They really felt it was the right thing to do," he said of the board. I hope it says that we are serious about this business."The library - named for Bishop O'Keefe when it opened in 1996 -- will be referred to as the St.
Ambrose University removed the late Bishop Gerald O'Keefe's name from the SAU library, a concession to victims who say he failed to protect them from sexual abuse by priests in the Davenport diocese.