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"This week their voices were finally heard--a chorus, not raucous, but quiet and steady. From this day forward they will know--and they have proved to the rest of Catholic America--that the Vatican can be made to hear the just demands of the faithful."

--Author Paul Wilkes, on the resignation of Cardinal Law (The New York Times, Dec. 15, 2002)

"We are expected to do good, to do justice in our lives, and we're expected to resist evil. So I would say that we have to continue resisting war as long as we live."

--Activist Philip Berrigan, on his deathbed (Read at his funeral, Dec. 9, 2002)

"This is to humble ourselves and show people that we get it."

--Father John McAndrew, organizer of a priests' day of penance for sex abuse (Associated Press, Dec. 1, 2002)

"We think he is Lord of our transportation choices as well as all our other choices."

--Rev. Jim Ball of the Evangelical Environmental Network, sponsor of the "What Would Jesus Drive?" campaign (Associated Press, Nov. 13, 2002)

"The constant teaching of the church supports the idea that there are two classes: the saved and the damned."

--Cardinal Avery Dulles, arguing against universal salvation (Catholic News Service, Nov. 21, 2002)

"Has it ever occurred to you that God loves everybody--not just you?

--Khalil, a character in the Veggie Tales movie, Jonah
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Title Annotation:Quotations.
Author:Schlumpf, Heidi
Publication:U.S. Catholic
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Feb 1, 2003
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