Letters to the Editor
Divine expectations for the imperfect
Bishop Fulton Sheen, one of the greatest Catholic thinkers of the past century, was famous for making the distinction between what the Roman Catholic Church appears to be and what it truly is. Laura Winsky's commentary in the Feb. 18 issue of the Wildcat criticizes the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson for not having acted upon reports of child molestation. She makes the Church seem as though it were a perfect institution - one incapable of making mistakes. Perhaps she would benefit from some of Bishop Sheen's work. The Church in its everyday work will indeed make mistakes - that is expected, for we all know that as humans we will err (note that the Church does claim infallibility but only in matters of morality and faith).