Michael Kelly is, as always, dead on in his June 5 column. It becomes harder and harder to express just how depressing the Church Scandal is—or rather it’s handling by the very people we depend upon to preserve the institution. As Kelly points out, the bishop’s new policy “is, ultimately and still, a shameful refusal to fully admit the horror of the church’s moral implosion. It is—again—an attempt at ducking blame and limiting fallout for what is, in the end, a matter of institutional, not individual, corruption.”