A priest in my diocese has decided not to wash his cloths, in order to be in solidarity with the homeless. Some seminarians in my diocese said that his body odor was terrible when they had dinner with him. They suspect he is doing this to draw attention to himself. This is not the first radical thing this priest has done. He is very young.
Is this practice morally acceptable for a priest? What’s your opinion?
I’m not going to show the answer to anyone in my diocese, including the priest. I am just curious whether it makes sense or not.