Archbishop Dolan is angry.
It comes through loud and clear in is latest blog post, up today.
Once again, he’s not happy with how his church is being portrayed by the media. But this time he’s not going after the New York Times, his target several times in recent months.
He doesn’t like the journal’s steady criticisms of bishops and the pope, how the Staten Island newspaper blamed the “autocratic, aloof, mean, clandestine archdiocese (Dolan’s words)” for the mosque controversy and the Irish’s paper’s blaming of the “nasty, money-hungry, mean-old (Dolan again)” archdiocese for the closing of a Catholic school.
Who likes criticism? Nobody. But I figure it comes with the job, and have to face it when it’s legitimate. That happens often enough.
But I don’t like seeing “the archdiocese” blamed for something not its fault.
Upon his arrival in New York, Dolan was widely praised for knowing how to work with the media.
But he seems increasingly exasperated by media coverage of his church.