Dallas, Dallas Everywhere
By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | May 23, 2003
The Diocese of Dallas is starting to scare me. It's beginning to make the Archdiocese of Boston in the glory days of Cardinal Law look like Clairvaux under Saint Bernard. Deacon Bronson Havard, the editor of the Texas Catholic and de facto spokesman of the diocese, has graced us with an editorial which is simply moronic.
A couple of days ago, Bishop Grahmann explained that the current problem in his diocese is unforgiving,pharisaical, stone-casting lay people. Today Havard explains that the press has a credibility problem. Tomorrow, no doubt, it will be flouride in the water, global warming, styrofoam cups choking dolphins, or people trying to evangelize the Jews.
At least we know one thing: the problem is NOT in the Dallas chancery office. This is a relief. It narrows the focus. Now, hmm. Where on earth might it be???
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