After long weeks of jetting around the globe (not The Globe) Father Walter Cuenin returns to public ministry on Thursday at Merrimack College, an Augustinian college, as part of a panel on interfaith marriage.
This is the problem with removing Cuenin on financial grounds and not theological grounds. If it was just a money problem, then he can continue to preach and teach without any being able to say a thing. But if he had been removed for heterodoxy and heresy then the archdiocese could have removed his faculties and he would no longer be able to spread his errors.
Update: A reader points out an error that I’ve now corrected. Merrimack is Augustinian, not Jesuit, although if it regularly invites people like Cuenin to speak, you could make a case for it being “in the Jesuit tradition.”