Call me cookey, but wouldn't it make more sense for Bishop Blair to worry about his pending lawsuits involving parishoners alleging financial impropriety and land disputes than take on same sex unions and their rights in city hall?
Shouldn't the Bishop deal directly with the issues of cover-up (including his own involvement) within the ongoing clergy sexual abuse scandal than to go after people who just want to be represented fairly under the laws of our city?
Why doesn't the bishop spend his energies focused on why there is a priest shortage and people leaving the church?
How does Bishop Blair justify coming out publicly against the union of same sex couples who want equal rights, when he's got plenty of homosexual priests each Sunday who consecrate and distribute holy communion?
Or is this one of those, don't-ask-don't-tell and do-as-I-say-not-as-we-do-situations?