What did she do? She inhibited 80-year old retired Bishop of Quincy Edward H. MacBurney. She did so after being told that his son was on his deathbed, and despite pleas that she forestall any such action until the crisis in the bishop's family had resolved. And her response? A mere two days before Bishop MacBurney's son died, she deliberately proceeded with her cruel and callous and truly unnecessary act. Today, while undoubtedly still experiencing grief that no parent should ever have to endure, Bishop MacBurney was informed of the inhibition.
Read it here and check the comments as well, some of which try disingenuously to defend the bishop's actions.
Here in Canada we have parishes being dragged into civil courts and surreptitious lock changing on church doors. I needn't expand too much here. Much more information can be found on some of my links below.
But this "scorched earth" policy on behalf of the National churches belies their true hearts, in spite of all their talk of inclusiveness, tolerance and compassion.