In South Carolina, a newspaper editor is annoyed by pro-lifers, but comforted by the campaign advice offered by the US bishops.
Isn't that a neat example of what the bishops' statement was designed to accomplish: to make people feel more comfortable about putting the pro-life issue aside?
This particular editor isn't much of a prose stylist. So it's striking when he comments, of the bishops' statement: "It was like reading one of my own columns." True; all too true.
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