Bad record-keeping, cont.

By Diogenes (articles - email) | Mar 15, 2005

When Cardinal Law said that his failure to curb abusive priests was a function of bad record-keeping in the Boston archdiocese, the Boston Globe was contemptuous, and rightly so; it was an absurd excuse.

But my, how times have changed. Because now the Globe is waving its editorial pom-poms for a group of corporate executives who promise to teach our bishops how to prepare "reader-friendly" financial statements.

Because these noble businessmen are dedicated to helping-- let the Globe tell the story-- "the Roman Catholic Church in the United States, which has been reeling from a string of management and financial problems."

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