In many ways we have to think outside the box and look for the ways in which the Holy Spirit is calling us to be church.
He speaks like an Episcopalian Marine Biologist. I hope that this does not bode ill for the Faith in Pittsburgh. They don't need any repeat's of this summer's nonsense on the river.
When asked about social justice, the bishop hits the chord on life issues:
The most important social justice issue is the fabric of respect for life from the first moment of conception to the point of natural death. We have to be able to have profound respect for life, no matter what the world may say about how disposable people are.
So, then, how will he deal with pro-abortion catholic politicians? Time will tell, especially in dealing with U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA), who feigned a pro-life position before his election.
Bishop Zubik also appear to be on the anti-border bandwagon:
I am a little bit baffled by what appears to be a growing insensitivity to immigrants coming into our country. Whatever nationality we all are, we became part of this country because our ancestors were immigrants. Our country is a mosaic of different nationalities.
It's not about immigrants, Excellency, it's about immigrants obeying the law of the land. Just ask Pedro Zapeta.