There is no >>more. That link goes to Socon.
I found the selection a fairly faithful description of my father. He loved, supported and respected my mother, me, my sisters, in the way described in the text.
As he became more aware of the loathsome suppression of information the Catholic Church exerted, its insistence that priests who had abused girls and boys entrusted to them did not have to apologize and its hypocrisy and desperate maneuvers to hold on to its wealth, he stopped attending Mass.
Clean up your own religious institution before you start preaching about good to those who do good, who believe in a just God and live by the words of Jesus' Gospel.
I imagine that you will not allow this comment on your blog.
Afterwards, I wondered if the part that was left off M-r Leonard's blogpost was the bit that reassured men that the reward for their "self-less" sacrifice is the total authority the Vatican gives them over women, such as the clergy have over their "bride", the Catholic Church.