Michael Iafrate writes at Vox Nova:
Military archdiocese gets new warrior shepherdMy Comments:
When the news broke that Archbishop Edwin O’Brien was being moved from his position as head of the Archdiocese of United States Military Services to serve the Archdiocese of Baltimore, I was secretly hoping that the Church would use the opportunity to quietly get itself out of the business of serving as chaplain to the American war machine.
No such luck. Meet the new warrior shepherd, Archbishop Timothy Paul Broglio.
LOL! I guess the Vatican decided that the millions of people serving in the armed forces aren't the spiritual pariahs that some appear to believe they are.
Darwin notes that comments have been closed off at that particular post.
Also, check out this exchange on another Iafrate post, which includes an overt attack on the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith:
"... the CDF errs..."(In fairness to Iafrate, he posted an innocuous memorial to the North American Churchwomen murdered in El Salvador in 1980. It's in the comments that things get "interesting".)
"I, too, thought the CDF's use of the words "preoccupation with the poor" was a pretty twisted variation on the Church's teaching about the preferential option for the poor, and I found it offensive."