Our Nantucket Dream: a gay bishop lectures us from the hot tub
By Diogenes ( articles ) | Sep 07, 2003
Like me, [American Catholics] sense that the American experience is not appreciated in Rome, and that the Vatican's top-heavy, centralized mode of administration has proved impractical. Of late, liturgical issues have been the touchstone of such unrest. I sense a malaise, an unhappiness among the faithful and their clergy, a sense that they are expected to run a race, but with their hands and feet tied.
The author? Archbishop emeritus Rembert Weakland of Milwaukee, writing in Commonweal, August 15, 2003.
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