Are some people guilty of protecting priests? I have not thought much about that before, but Steel must have for this theme sparks more and more to life in this chapter.
It has seemed to me that Ginny has been naive to some things as she and Blue met with authorities about Father Teddy. Ginny has a problem in that she cannot fully advocate for this minor child she has taken interest in; Charlene is his legal guardian. It was evident from the get go that Charlene was not very Blue interested, but she was very Teddy dedicated. In her assessment Father Teddy is trustworthy because of where he is and Blue is untrustworthy, because, well, he has been untrustworthy in some areas. [Read more…]