One of the baffling things to me---and I still haven't figured it out---is why Catholic nuns and sisters objected to the apostolic visit of a few years ago.
The thing that comes to mind for me, in this, is recalling when I worked at McDonald's. We kept the place clean, went according to the franchisee handbook, etc.
McDonald's sends out secret shoppers, or secret managers, out every so often just to see if a franchisee is holding true to the McDonald's method. Makes sense to me.
But why would any religious complain if a similar checkup---especially so open and upfront--were to take place?
As a guy who sits in the pew each Sunday, I much like the idea of the Catholic Church retaining its doctrinal consistency. Why object to this? why the objection to the visitation?