"Cardinal O'Brien has been accused of committing 'inappropriate acts' in his relations with three priests and one former priest from the diocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, British newspaper The Observer reported Sunday. O'Brien has been an outspoken opponent of gay rights." —Britain's top Catholic cardinal is skipping the papal election because of new revelations that he tried to bone four different priests. I wonder if reporters laugh when typing this stuff the way I laugh when reading it.
The Episcopal Church ordains both ladies and convicted murderers ("same dif," says the Catholic Church) in church roles, but they will serve no communion wine before its time, so former New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey, who entered the seminary just back in 2007, has, the Post claims, gotten a "fail" on the pass/fail system of priest ordainment. McGreevey availed himself of all the traditional (and expensive) methods of reputation repair after his tabloid divorce, his "coming out" and some minor disentanglement from Jersey-ism—saying that he was "in recovery," consorting with stuffed animals to coax out his inner child, returning to his love of Jesus in [...]