What the Church must learn from the Barros affair

Among other things, when a man is contested in the way Barros was, by clergy (including bishops) and laity, his appointment surely becomes unthinkable, simply because a diocesan bishop is supposed to be the focus of unity in his diocese. If he cannot be that, he surely cannot be a bishop. So, why was the Barros appointment forced through in the first place?

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