Wednesday, March 12, 2008
NOT TRUSTWORTHY IN ORLANDO
This is one of the saddest developments in the contemporary Church that I've seen recently. The Diocese of Orlando has mandated the use of money bags that are numbered and have a tamper-resistant seal for the Sunday collection.
Given the examples of dishonesty the bishops have given us in the scandal, this shouldn't come as a great surprise, I guess, but it still does. Does being Catholic stand for anything these days? Or have we become just another example of the secular culture?