December 10, 2003 - WCPO: RPCV Bob Herring's Supporters To Meet With Priest

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RPCV Bob Herring's Supporters To Meet With Priest

RPCV Bob Herring's Supporters To Meet With Priest

Principal's Supporters To Meet With Priest

Supporters rallied after Herring was fired

Reported by: John McQuiston
Web produced by: Stacy Puzo
Photographed by: 9News
12/10/03 6:33:57 PM

People angry about a Catholic elementary school principal's firing will get a chance to confront the priest who fired him Wednesday night.

But supporters of fired Nativity School principal Bob Herring still are not happy.

Father Marc Sherlock, the one who fired Herring, calls Wednesday night's meeting a "listening session."

He will let people vent about the firing but he said he will not answer any of their questions or explain anything else about why he fired Herring after 20 years as principal of Nativity School.

Protesters stood outside the school two days after Herring was fired yelling: "Bring back Bob! Bring back Bob!"

Now, more than two weeks later the roaring has died down but the uproar among Herring's supporters has not and many think Wednesday's meeting is a sham because they're still not going to get any answers.

For people who don't think the meeting with Father Sherlock will accomplish anything, there is another meeting in the school's cafeteria.

That one will feature a clinical psychologist with "suggestions on how to heal during a hurtful time". That is according to

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