(Yes: I am going to get pretty boring on this subject. If you have anything you want to make public, firstname.lastname@example.org is one place to think of sending it to.)
According to Francisco José Fernández de la Cigoña, here, a Bishop should ask himself the following:
"When the wolf gets into the fold, the shepherd neither sleeps nor rests; he works day and night to get rid of the wolf to save the lives of his sheep. If, through lack of care, of vigilance or of effort, we should lose lives, how would we answer Jesus Christ when he calls us to account for the souls he entrusted to us?"
How will those who have lost tens of thousands answer? What about those who barely have a flock left? Which believe in Jesus Christ? How do you follow a shepherd who doesn't care about his sheep? Is there a wolf? Are there sheep? Is there a shepherd?"
Just something to think about.