We just got a letter to the editor on our August/September issue of Catholic World Report, particularly on the article about the dispute between Cardinals McCarrick and Ratzinger on pro-abortion politicians receiving Communion. The letter writer notes that in his California diocese, his bishop thought the movie The Passion of the Christ was so dangerous that he wrote an editorial in the local newspaper the day before it opened. He also recently issued a public reprimand for a parish that was celebrating an unauthorized Tridentine Mass, noting that only one such Mass per month in one designated parish is allowed in his diocese. Yet when the mayor of his city began issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, he was conspicuously silent, as he also is on the scandal of pro-abortion Catholic politicians stomping on the Chuch’s teachings. I guess it’s just a matter of priorities.