I was fascinated by the Boston Globe's coverage of Fr. Unni's homily.
For instance, compare what the Boston Globe claimed Fr. Unni said:
“This is not about taking a stand; it’s about standing in the right place,”
That's not what Unni said at all.
He was explaining to the congregation that religious authority of the Catholic Church has the strategy of Jesus all wrong. The Catholic Church lays heavy burdens and rules on people are the people who just don't get it. Following giving his congregation this context, what he said was the following:
"The strategy of Jesus was not about taking the right stand on issues, it is about standing in the right place."
Quite a difference between what was reported and what he actually said.
Did anybody see any reports on Unni's theology of nomatterwhatness or ridding oneself of guilt caused by sin by standing in your own strength?