Bishops meet with Usual Suspects, Get Predictable Advice, Stroke Chins, Look Thoughtful, Go Home

Yeah, whatever. You guys didn’t bother to invite George Weigel, who has more intelligent and practical ideas for reform in his little finger than fifty “Hey! I’m in management!” guys. The problem, bishops, is not a failure to abandon the tradition for sleek efficient secular paradigms of “management”. It’s a failure to live the Tradition and structure the administration of your dioceses accordingly. Get some fresh blood and stop having the same confab fifty times with the same tired people.