Finally. It seems the Catholic hierarchy — as in just about every bishop in the United States — has finally realized some of their dirty secrets are not so secret anymore.
With the dismissal of Cdl. “Uncle Ted” McCarrick from ministry in June, all of a sudden prominent Catholics are publicly saying what many long-suffering, long-maligned Catholic journalists and activists have been saying for decades: “Rome, we have a problem.” And that problem is what Church Militant has been highlighting for years: the homosexual network that controls most of the Church.
Among the more prominent Catholic commentators identifying the problem is Janet Smith, theology professor at Sacred Heart Seminary, whose interview in the National Catholic Register last month is a good starting point for an analysis of the problems in the archdiocese of Detroit (AOD).