Wednesday, July 16, 2014
I thought this was insidious the first time they did it but was somewhat relieved when they pulled it down after the fallout from the irresponsible statements reported by Scalfari on the first interview.
After the third interview and fallout, they have put the interview back up on the Vatican website, as if the buffoonery is part of the Magisterium.
Ok, it is getting pretty impossible to hold onto the charitable thought that it is all unintentional.
I am beginning to equate what is being done by the Pope to the people I love and our religion with the feelings I have for Joan Chittister.
With all due respect to Fr. Z, the idea that the Pope has nothing to do with the outcome of three interviews he himself participated in, with full knowledge of what happened each time - is kinda..you know, ludicrous.
It's like saying Tom Fox has nothing to do with content of the National Catholic Reporter - it's all just booboos of the people he has around him who have their own agenda which he is incapable of stopping.