Joseph Sito, 68, of Warren, who has been on leave since because of "substantive allegations," the Archdiocese of Detroit said Sunday. Editor in Chief Beth M. Under church law, each diocese is autonomous and bishops answer to the Vatican, not each other. She is the author or co-author of several scholarly articles and book chapters, and her work on incarceration and marriage was honored with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Donal MacNamara Award. The bishops adopted the reforms in June , at the height of the scandal, which began two years ago this week with revelations about a single predatory priest in the Archdiocese of Boston. In , Sito was charged with fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly convincing a year-old boy to expose himself, court records show. The flood of litigation is the result of a California law that took effect Jan. The charges have led to large financial claims against the church, the resignation of top officials and the prosecution of priests. The audit was meant to help enforce the reforms and will be conducted annually. Email The Vatican has disciplined two Michigan priests accused of sexually abusing children, defrocking one and upholding the other's suspension. It will attempt to tally every church abuse case in the country since The Associated Press contributed to this report. Catholic bishops released the results of an audit which concluded that 90 percent of the archdioceses and dioceses in the nation are in full compliance with guidelines adopted last year to prevent sex abuse by priests. Because of its broad, interdisciplinary nature, a vast amount of scholarship and research already exists in addition to a regular influx of new research and material. Maida placed Wysocki on leave in February after an archdiocesan review board found evidence that Wysocki had sexually abused minors during the early years of his ministry. However, there is no mechanism to sanction those who don't comply.