As part of the ongoing saga involving me communicating with GotQuestions.org about their coverage of all things (well, two things) Catholic, Shea responded to me today. If you’re not familiar with what’s gone on, here’s:
- My original e-mail from March, on the issue of annulments;
- A semi-related followup e-mail from May, on the issue of sola Scriptura (or perhaps solo Scriptura);
- GotQuestion’s reneging on earlier promises (this post contains the in-between e-mails which chronologically occurred between the two posts above it… confusing, I’m sure!);
- And my most recent response
If you haven’t seen the update on my most recent response, I heard back from Shea, who said:
Thank you for clarifiying. I apologize if I have seemed “short” with you, but it is very difficult for us to stay patient with all those who express disagreement with our articles. I will commit to reviewing/editing the annulment article this week.
I’m pretty pleased with the response, and look forward to seeing how the final product looks. I’m “cautiously optimistic,” all things considered.
Edit: Over a month later, they edited the article, while failing to fix the major problems. See here for more