Bishop should emulate Pope Francis in humility
I have a novel idea: Why doesn’t Bishop Malone agree to the sale of the mansion he lives in?
He could use other properties the Catholic Church owns and have his meetings there and keep some of the Catholic schools he feels the need to close, open.
Malone really should be following the example that Pope Francis adheres to.
Why should those it affects take his “word” for it? He needs to show parishioners what’s good for one, is good for all.
I don’t know too many people who live like he does.
Bonnie Johnson Kenmore