It's unfortunate, but totally understandable, that a Catholic bishop can't raise this point without giving the appearance of skirting responsibility. But you know, that's what happens when you ... skirt responsibility.
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Posted by: Pseudodionysius -
Sep. 06, 2003 5:09 PM ET USA
Part of the preoccupation is the anticipation of significant head-rolling of bishops as Rome takes a bite out of crime. Sadly, that hasn't occurred yet, so expect the media preoccupation to continue. As, I assume, will the whining by the heads that have not yet rolled.