That's what the New York Times is reporting:
The leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Cardinal Sean Brady, said on Wednesday that he would not resign despite new accusations that he failed 35 years ago to alert the parents of victims of a serial pedophile priest, allowing the abuse to continue for at least another decade.
It's no surprise that Brady refuses to resign. One of the sicknesses of the Catholic church is that its institutional culture leads those in positions of power to believe that they can do no wrong and are accountable to no one. It's a sick, sick institution.