“As you must realize by now, we-ve developed a kind of connoisseur-s interest in the American College of Louvain (ACL) seminary in Belgium. Our interest started when Crisis magazine chose to defend the liberal ACL from Michael S. Rose-s five-page critique of the ACL in his book Goodbye, Good Men. In that five-page section, Rose told the story of Joseph Kellenyi, who spoke of a homosexual clique at the ACL and how he was the victim of sexual harassment. Without Crisis-s defense of the ACL, we would have paid no attention to that seminary.”
“Rose rebutted Crisis in the December 2002 NOR, with Crisis responding to that in its own pages, and with Rose making mincemeat of Crisis-s follow-up article in our June 2003 issue. (In the above New Oxford Note, we cited a promotional campaign from Crisis indicating that it has repositioned itself so as to appeal to dummies. We-ve got to wonder if the dumbing down hasn-t also affected the editors, for Crisis-s two defenses of the liberal ACL were so inept that they only drew more negative publicity to the troubled seminary Crisis was trying so hard to defend.)”
Read about just what kind of man the ACL was looking for when they needed someone to recruit candidates for the Belgium based college. You may be – or you may not be – surprised by the horrible story of Fr. Michael Nash.