TSO notices this story from a front page article in today’s Columbus Dispatch by Joe Hallet: (No free access to article)
Brennan would seem an unlikely advocate for the poor. A church-going Catholic, his spacious office is a shrine to power; there are photos of him with presidents and governors, a personal blessing from the late Pope John Paul II and plaques recognizing his efforts.
A Church going Catholic being an advocate for the poor – who’d have thunked it. Reminds me of the story Michael Dubruiel caught last week.
A visit from Our Lady
Statue of Virgin Mary: Local parish is host to 33-foot idol for 2 weeks
They have since revised the story to remove the idol reference.