Some genuine positives here, including his appreciation of Voris' reporting from Rome; his attempt to disambiguate Voris's critique of Benedict; some very good analysis of behind-the-scenes politics involving the Vatican secretary of state.
But also some dubious bits, beyond the perfunctory knee-jerk "Don't you find Michael Voris 'STB,' the most irritating man?" (That's a grandstanding cheap shot, Father, I'm sorry to say; and particularly sad when the Church has imploded to the point that the cheers and boo's of our "grandstands" are little more than tempests in a tiny teapot.)
Other dubious bits ... SUCH AS the well-intentioned but limping attempt to salvage Cardinal Dolan's role in the
Well, I usually love Fr. Ray's columns. Wish I could say more here; but I've gotta run. God bless.