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in touch with his feelings

By Diogenes (articles ) | Feb 15, 2004

Ex-Bishop Thomas Dupre is quoted in today's Springfield Republican on a subject of contemporary relevance. The cite comes from back when he was still carrying forward The Healing Process.

"As a newly ordained priest in my first parish, I learned that an older priest whom I respected a great deal had been accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy," Dupre wrote in the March 2002 issue of the Catholic Observer. "I could hardly believe it. I was confused and many emotions welled up in me, including disbelief, anger, disappointment, a feeling of being let down."

And two years later, we still haven't taken our fingers off the Word Shift-F7 thesaurus switch: displeasure dissatisfaction distress discontent disenchantment disillusionment frustration regret ...

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