Canon law, too, is an ass
Let me see if I have this straight: Canon law allows the Bishop of Sacramento to remove a Catholic teacher for being an abortion clinic escort, but his hands are suddenly tied when the school principal expels the young student who blew the whistle on the teacher?
Doesn't arbitrarily expelling a schoolgirl for the crime of orthodoxy fall under "faith and morals"?
Don't get me wrong. I admire Bishop Weigand. It's the hand-tying canons that I find inscrutable.