April 12, 2006

The Wanderer Interviews . . .

LINCOLN (NE)
The Wanderer

(Editorís Note: Following is the complete text of an interview Christopher Manion conducted with Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz of the Diocese of Lincoln, Neb., about the relationship of his diocese with the U.S. Conference of Catholic BishopsíAbuse Tracker Review Board.)

Q. On March 30, Mrs. Ewers, who heads the USCCBísAbuse Tracker Review Board, urged your brother bishops to give you some fraternal correction. Do you feel adequately corrected?
A. Sometimes you have to react. If Iím attacked, they are going to get a mouthful of porcupine quills. And it wasnít just me. They attacked my diocese . . . the people who serve on that board. Some Board members support abortion very strongly, such as Leon Panetta. Paul McHugh, a Kinseyite from Johns Hopkins University, has supported human cloning. This is publicized in some of the USCCBís own publications like Origins.
Q. What prompted your response to the published letter from Mrs. Ewers to Bishop Skylstad?
A. I was speechless with indignation, and I refuse to be bossed around by these people. It was explicit in a published report that was put on the Internet, an attack on the Diocese of Lincoln.

Posted by kshaw at April 12, 2006 03:00 PM