¶1. This is a consolidated appeal from orders dismissing complaints against the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and St. John the Evangelist Church.*fn1 Appellants alleged that they were victims of sexual abuse by a now-deceased priest, George Nuedling, and that the Archdiocese and the Church did nothing to prevent that abuse although, according to the complaints, the Archdiocese and the Church knew or should have known what Nuedling was doing to them and others. The claims, denominated as sounding in negligent supervision, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty, were dismissed by the trial court on the ground that they were time-barred. Appellants concede that unless tolled by the "discovery rule" the applicable statutes of limitations bar their claims. According to the appellants' brief on this appeal, the only issue presented on this appeal is whether the "discovery rule" applies. The trial court held that it did not. On our de novo review, see Heinritz v. Lawrence Univ., 194 Wis. 2d 606, 610, 535 N.W.2d 81, 83 (Ct. App. 1995), we affirm because governing decisions by the Wisconsin Supreme Court require it.