By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | April 22, 2003 9:51 AM
Archbishop Kelly has reason to be very uncomfortable with this subject. He should be remembered as the official who granted an annulment to Rudy Kos, who claimed, although he had lived with his wife for five years, that his marriage was unconsummated. Evidently, this marks one out as material for the priesthood: Rudy went on to enroll in Holy Trinity Seminary in Dallas, TX., and the rest, after the single largest judgement against a diocese ever, is history.
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