And it doesn't require a monastery to realize you oughtn't txt young women for sleep-overs if you want to avoid scandal nowadays.
Which could, depending on the specifics, constitute sexual harassment under color of authority.
This is generally thought of in terms of employer/employee, or government official/citizen. However, it is not too far a stretch to see how this could apply to a Bishop/church member relationship. While the bishop may not meet the psychological criteria of “predator” he certainly may meet the legal criteria of harasser under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, or a similar state law.
In that case, it would seem prudent for the OCA to take the action it did.