Diocese of Cleveland Joins Others In Naming Priests; Eugene Debs Centennial

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The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland is the latest to announce that it will publiclize the names of priests removed because of sex abuse allegations.  It's the fourth of six Ohio dioceses to make that decision in the wake of revelations from a Grand Jury report that named names in Pennsylvania. The sex abuse scandal has been roiling for years. Is the church finally becoming transparent about the problem?  We're joined by Dr. Doris Donnelly, author and theology professor.  Later, socialist labor leader Eugene Debs delivered a powerful anti-war speech in Canton in 1918 that landed him in prison.   A disussion on the state of free speech a century later.  Plus, a preview of the Indians in the playoffs.

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Doris Donnelly, Ph.D., Professor Emerita of Theology, John Carroll University  
David Goldberg, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, History, Cleveland State University 
Kevin O’Neill, Associate Professor, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University 
Bud Shaw, Commentator, WKYC, Columnist, wkyc.com 
Kevin Kleps, Assistant Editor, Sports Business Reporter, Crain’s Cleveland Business 

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