He spent decades shielding priestly molestors. He deserves no less.
A Church expert said the “very unusual” punishment showed how seriously the US Catholic hierarchy was taking the case.
“To tell a cardinal he can’t do confirmations, can’t do things in public, that’s extraordinary,” said Jesuit scholar the Reverend Thomas Reese, a Georgetown University fellow, told the Los Angeles Times.
His judgement cometh, and that right soon.