Rodricks should think twice on priest shortage

It looks like our distinguished local theologian Dan Rodricks ("Not enough Catholic priests? End celibacy, ordain women," October 28, 2010) needs a reminder:

The Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States (where I was baptized as a child) allows clergy to marry, ordains women and gay bishops, and even has a bishop (of New Hampshire) who is legally married to another man. Despite this wonderful inclusiveness, the Episcopal Church is riven by schism and is falling apart as an institution.

Hal Riedl, Baltimore

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