Victims with whom I have spoken have a basic concern: that no one else will ever suffer what they suffered. That is the promise of the Dallas Charter, and it is the purpose of the Office of Assistance Ministry, of the investigative apparatus that follows up on allegations, of the work of lawyers and of the Review Board. Keeping our promise to victims motivates the vigilance of pastors, bishops, teachers, youth workers and volunteers in our many programs. All have been checked and trained. All have eyes opened and hearts moved by what we have collectively seen and learned in the past decade. The complete story has not been heard and perhaps never will be. In the end, however, history is what God remembers.