Now we now why a number of the National Review Board members resigned last month. However, I think the National Catholic Reporter’s analysis is too simplistic. On the one hand, the NRB members complain that they have been used by some bishops as a public relations diversion (Gee, ya think? I said that from the beginning), so that they could say they were cleaning up the mess while really doing very little. Just as Bishop Wilton Gregory was calling the Scandal “history” back in February, many people were replying that the bishops hadn’t even begun to really address the roots of the Scandal.