While I am committed to the principle of ‘innocent until proven guilty’ I must admit to a groan of dismay and recognition when I read this NZ Herald headline:
Missing uni cash: priest quits job
A priest working as a senior executive at the Auckland University of Technology has resigned after “accounting discrepancies” involving hundreds of thousands of dollars. …
It reminded me of overt claims of exceptional trustworthiness based on espoused religious affiliation … as we discussed in ‘Of trumpets’.