.....when seminarians became priests, they were put into a diocese where most floated around parishes within their diocese for the next 45 years of their life. Priests share living quarters with each other, they eat together, they socialize together, they each know who the hard working priests are, they know who the slackers are, who the alcoholics are and those priests who committed sins that deserved to be in jail, and they knew their bishop who made all these sinful stories to stay hidden.......for years.<quoted text>
Your questions aren't exactly clear-cut. I'll have to defend the non-guilty priests here, but only in "how many knew" type of questioning.
One could change the names in your question and use Penn State names and staff in substitute of bishops - and get a wide variety of answers.
Not everyone knows what others are doing, even if it seems like it is right under their noses.
.....are those the men people are suppose to put their trust into? The men that knew these sins, these same men that heard the confessions of others who committed less Sin.
.....something is wrong!