The New Yorker story that’s all the buzz

If you read last week the letter from Bishop Sisk giving advance warning of a forthcoming story from the New Yorker in which Honor Moore recounts details of her father’s private life–an excerpt from the late Bishop Paul Moore’s daughter’s forthcoming autobiographical work–you might be wondering, so, ok, there’s the cart, but where’s the horse?

The story is now available online at the New Yorker site. Whatever you may have inferred from the letter itself, it’s difficult to frame any criticism without reading the original.

You can read it here.

And if you missed Bishop Sisk’s response, we covered it here, and pointed to other coverage on Monday here.

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