CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Diocese of Charlotte says they will look into the services of five former clergy accused of sexual abuse with a minor or vulnerable adult.
The accusations come as the Ohio-based Glenmary Home Missioners released what they deemed to be a credible list of clergy on Friday.
"We are grateful the Glenmary religious order has released the findings of its historical review," The Diocese of Charlotte said in a released statement on Saturday.
"The Charlotte diocese has zero tolerance for child sexual abuse. We encourage anyone who has been the victim of abuse to seek help and make a report to authorities."