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|Quotable & Notable|
Issue Date: June 18, 2004
Quotable & Notable
He always had a sense of hope, he always had a sense of humor, but
he had no sense that there were poor people.
When John F. Kennedy made his famous speech that the Vatican would
not tell him what to do, evangelicals and Southern Baptists breathed a sigh of
relief. But today evangelicals and Southern Baptists are hoping that the
Vatican will tell Catholic politicians what to do.
Those old things over there are my husbands.
The number of secret surveillance warrants sought by the FBI has
increased by 85 percent in the last three years, a pace that has outstripped
the Justice Departments ability to quickly process them.
National Catholic Reporter, June 18, 2004
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