Well then ... well then ... well then ... who's left?
By Diogenes ( articles ) | Nov 24, 2005
For those who complain that the mainstream media aren't interested in the theology of Mystici Corporis, check out today's New York Times, front page, above the fold:
"Unless you get a critical mass of bishops and religious superiors who say, Now we can't admit any gay men, I don't think it's going to have any discernible effect," [Father James Bretzke, S.J.] said. "There are lots of excellent gay priests and seminarians, and we have a priest shortage. We're not exactly in a buyer's market here. If you're not going to ordain gay men, and not going to ordain married men, and not going to ordain women, well then who's left? It's not exactly a big pool."
Father James, he's ... well, he's stumped. Can anyone out there help answer his question? Class ...?
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