This column in a Hartford newspaper makes no sense to me. What exactly is the point the writer is trying to make?

She interviews a local pastor who just had a small-time fundraising dinner in his parish ($8 a head for 450 people). Then she brings up the story that the Archdiocese of Boston (not even the same state!) may sue one of their insurers to force them to pay out settlements. Then she says this Connecticut priest has been bugging his diocese for months to provide details on what they’re paying out. And that’s it.

If I were her editor, I would have sent the column back for re-write and tell her to get to the point. If anyone else can divine her meaning, please enlighten me.

Written by
Domenico Bettinelli