By Diogenes (articles ) | November 14, 2003 11:52 PM
From a PBS story on the bishops' meeting.
Kim LAWTON: Some groups fear the bishops' energy and commitment may fade.
Archbishop Timothy DOLAN: Can't happen. Can't happen. We never, never, Kim, want to go through what we've had to do. We just can't do it. We can't do it personally. I think we bishops will collapse if we ever have to go through this again. And we can't, we just can't, in justice, put our people through that again. So, I don't think there's danger of us forgetting.
The bishops couldn't, in justice, have put their people through it the first time.
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