Bishop Zurek has posted a public statement on the Diocese of Amarillo website. Most important part:
As a diocesan bishop, I am obligated to show concern for the well being and ministry of all our priests. I support with no exception the various ministries that the priests of our Diocese carry out for the Common Good of the Church. Thus, I am seeking clarifications and answers to concerns about the administration of the PFL organization and other related entities of which Fr. Pavone has a leadership role. Principally, I called Fr. Pavone home to his Diocese of Amarillo because of my concern for him as one of my priests. The relationship of a bishop to a priest is one of a father to a son and a brother to a brother. I have asked him to pray and reflect on the sacramental ministerial priesthood that he and I share in Christ Jesus. It has been my desire to have a direct and clear dialogue with all our priests. Thus, I am inviting Fr. Pavone to a private meeting between me and him in my office on October 13, 2011 to discuss his spiritual progress during this time of prayer and reflection.
Finally, I invite all concerned to join me in prayer for both Fr. Pavone and myself for a fruitful and productive dialogue. In the end, it is my desire to see PFL and all pro-life ministries flourish.
Read it all here.