Plaintiffs sued claiming they had been sexually molested while minors by a Roman Catholic priest.  They sought to hold the Archdiocese vicariously liable for ratifying the molestation and directly liable for its own negligence in failing to supervise the priest.  The trial court correctly denied the Archdiocese’s Anti-SLAPP motion.  The allegations about the Bishop’s supporting the priest’s defense of another suit and his apology for condoning sexual abuse were peripheral; none of the plaintiff’s claims depended on those allegations which did not supply required elements of the ratification or negligence claims.