July 6, 2009
Ken Briggs, who pens here occasionally, has written an insightful review of Archbishop Rembert Weakland's autobiography. Briggs was religion writer for The New York Times during the period Weakland was Milwaukee's archbishop.
"For starters, he writes, the church could make progress by ridding itself of arrogance, perfection, and omniscience. Otherwise, he says, 'I am at peace with my God, with my church, and with myself.'"