Not always happy but always happy to be Catholic.
LOL! That's a good one. :)
Cute, would have been cuter had not Tom Selleck sold out.
What do you mean "sold out?" I don't follow ...
So, you are holding Tom Selleck personally to Catholic standards despite the fact that he has stated he is "not very religious," the fact that he isn't one of the show's writers, and that if you expect any Hollywood product to properly represent a theology then you are living with an unrealistic version of our world. As our priest taught us in RCIA, never get your theology from Hollywood.I think that says more about how you see things than about Tom Selleck having "sold out."
Well, perhaps impersonally. He should not have done it, in Hollywood, in Newark, in Notre Dame. Geography does not possess a veto.
Unless he believed it ... and we don't know one way or the other about that. In which case, what this shows more than anything is the real state of how some people see the Catholic Church. It is that which I can help do something about ... instead of castigating the actor who may well believe it is true. Thanks for the link by the way, it was a great resource. :-)