“You don’t think that did me in?” said Dolan, often one of the more cheery American churchmen.
“When my mom says — she’s in assisted living — she said: I’m not going out for lunch, I’m kind of embarrassed to be Catholic.”
“Boy, when your own mom is saying that…” Dolan said, trailing off.
“This summer has been anything but a church picnic for us. It’s been a disaster, one crisis after another. And as I try my best to listen to people, I hear them express very eloquently frustration, bewilderment, anger, confusion. You name it, they got it.
“I’m feeling the same way. I get angry as well.