How can we ever forget those who gave their lives that day or in the following years, or those who now tirelessly serve our country in positions of great risk? Is it possible that after such loss, such heroism, such focus, we could ever become complacent? Our response to these questions should be unequivocal: We are called to be a 'people of memory.'... We must uphold the memory of those men and women who suffered and died- and their friends and families- in prayer. This unity through memory, part and parcel of our faith, will protect us from complacence. In this we imitate our Heavenly Father, who never forgets us. As it is written, 'Even if these may forget, yet I will not forget you' (cf. Is. 49:15).
-- Bishop Paul S. Loverde
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