I understand that the anti-Catholic legislation introduced in the Connecticut Legislature has been put on hold.
An interesting detail:
The legislation was withdrawn at the request of the one who proposed it.
"But Father! But Father!", you might be saying. "Who proposed this in the first place?"
I’m glad you asked. Read this closely.
The New Haven Register credits Connecticut attorney Thomas Gallagher as spearheading the bill, and an article by an officer of the dissident Catholic group Voice of the Faithful in the Diocese of Bridgeport stated that Gallagher had been in dialogue with legislators on this issue since 2007.
Look at this article, "A proposal: Look to Civil law to reform parishes", in the ultra-lefty dissenters mouthpiece the National Catholic Reporter, which supported the scheme in Connecticut.
The article is by Thomas Gallagher