In other news, the head of of the religious ed department of St. John Fisher College was so upset at the Vatican's baseless claim that he was immature that he wept through two sleepless nights.
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Posted by: Dan 149 -
Dec. 14, 2005 3:19 PM ET USA
Bear in mind that St. John Fisher College and its' sister institute Nazareth College are not officially Catholic Colleges despite Catholic names and a Catholic history.
Posted by: JW -
Dec. 13, 2005 2:12 PM ET USA
Sure. Being lumped into a big bucket with a bunch of other people and stereotyped and labeled isn't a good reason for anyone to be hurt. And, of course, how one deals with being hurt has nothing to do with emotional maturity. If Diogenes thinks you shouldn't be hurt and you are, de facto you are immature. So let Diogenes write it, so let it be done.
Posted by: parochus -
Dec. 13, 2005 3:34 AM ET USA
"I had two sleepless nights when I read this document," says Father Graf. "I really cried, because I know how much this is going to hurt some people." QED
Posted by: Ignacio177 -
Dec. 13, 2005 2:27 AM ET USA
I think he should resign in protest and take a job at Wal Mart.