In a statement released on the archdiocesan website, Hebda said he had “good reasons” to “trust” both Pope Francis and Archbishop Vigano but that he is “at a loss as to how to evaluate the claims that have been made by the Archbishop.” I “believe that some form of an independent review led by credible outsiders is the only way to resolve such situations and restore trust,” he said. “Regarding accountability for bishops around the world: I fully support engaging lay leadership.”