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The Bishop of the Convocation of Kennedy in Kentucky apologized on Friday to teenagers at the center of controversy over the behavior of Catholic students to an American Elder in Washington.
In a letter to parents, Roger Foyce said the diocese was too fast to condemn the actions of scientists at the Catholic High School in Covington, especially those of Nicolas Sandman, the boy who was seen on a video faced by Elder Native American Nathan Phillips while performing the song "American Indian Movement "near the Lincoln Memorial.
responsibility for this, "writes Foyce. "I especially apologize to Nicholas Sandman and his family, as well as to all CovCath families who feel abandoned during this trial." high school singing and the surrounding Indians near the monument. They were on a school trip to participate in the Marsh for Life abortion event.
Many of the students wore hats and clothes from MAGA. Phillips said some people chanted "wall building" in connection with President Donald Trump's promise to build a wall along the US-Mexico border. which looked as if they were mocking and singing in the band. Some young people did what critics described as "tomahawk chop".
"Unfortunately, Nicholas has become the face of these claims based on videos based on videos," writes the bishop. "It's not fair, it's not simple."