Given the recent prohibition on a "gay pride prayer service" at St Joan of Arc parish, is the new Archbishop sending a signal to SJA that things are going to change? This parish is proudly notorious for it's defiance of Church authority, especially but not exclusively regarding promotion of the "gay" lifestyle. (I will just use "gay" because it's quicker than "those with same-sex attraction," although it doesn't appear to me that those with same sex attraction are often very gay, that is happy...)
How does a parish develop such a dissident philosophy toward the Church? I guess it started with Fr Harvey Egan, who apparently was the embodiment of the VCII gone awry. Well, there is a lot of material out there, you can search for yourself.
Do you view the prohibition as a substantial, positive step; or just another thrust and parry by an Archbishop with a rebellious parish, with no real impact toward corrective action?