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He treated her to the movies, took her out to dinner and bought her ice cream. She thought it was love and hoped it would last forever.
Altstock surprised her with gifts, including golf clubs and a gold chain necklace with a medallion of the Virgin Mary. The touching evolved into oral sex, according to her lawsuit.
That's when she realized that the secret she had tried so long to forget was ruining her life. It took her a long time to realize she was a victim and to start to shed the shame. She landed a satisfying job as the manager of a veterinary hospital in Eugene and found spiritual solace by joining the United Lutheran Church in Eugene. She decided to sue the archdiocese to hold it accountable.
Two years ago, she called a family meeting and told her parents and sisters about the abuse. The two sides agreed to a 0,000 settlement, which was finalized in July.
Horning insisted her name be used in court documents and be included in the apology.
The Oregonian does not ordinarily name victims of sex abuse, but Horning does not want to remain anonymous.