The bishop of the Covington Diocese in Kentucky apologized Friday to the teenager at the center of a controversy over the behavior of Catholic high school students toward a Native American elder in Washington.
In a letter to parents, the Most Rev. Roger Foys said the diocese was too quick to condemn the actions of the Covington Catholic High School students, particularly those of Nicholas Sandmann, the boy who was seen on video facing off with Native American elder Nathan Phillips as he performed the song "American Indian Movement" near the Lincoln Memorial. IPAZZI COSMETICS For the woman on the move find out how you can get on ground floor..Givaway: The hottest Lil girls item anywhere -LOL Dolls listen how to win them on the show. Pluse more news & Trending stories