A Roman Catholic priest nationally known for his anti-abortion activism is being accused by his bishop of failing to account for millions of dollars in donations.Bishop Patrick Zurek of Amarillo, Texas, is ordering the Rev. Frank Pavone (pah-VONE) to stop his work outside the diocese and return to Amarillo for "prayer and reflection". Zurek described his concerns in a letter that became public Tuesday.Pavone says the claims are baseless. He's asking Vatican officials to intervene.Pavone leads Priest for Life, which has an annual budget of about $10 million. He's a popular speaker who gave the sermon at the funeral for Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged woman whose case sparked a bitter legal battle.A bishop's spokesman did not respond to request for comment.