The article praises the dismissed bishop’s “apostolic” authority, yet does not condemn the bishop’s call to undermine that very authority by breaking apostolic succession. Its a clear case that the dismissed bishop basically threatened the foundation of the sacramental church.
Woman’s ordination is a non-starter. Pope John Paul II made this clear. Pope Benedict made this clear. To bring it up is a clear sign of insubordination, and the incident dealt with immediately.
The sex-abuse scandals, as terrible as they may be, are more complicated to handle appropriately, and thus take longer to judiciate. Handling a simple administrative problem quickly does not in anyway suggest such a matter takes a greater priority than protecting our children.