I am starting to think the same myself. I'm starting to think that while some things may have been true (and maybe enough to lose them their jobs), but I do wonder if it was as bad as he painted it. Mark has not always been honest about what his motives are. For instance, Mark didn't bother to let people know that Fr. Bob Kondratick had fired him from his position at Syosset (I believe he worked in the Youth Dept). Of course, Mr. Stokoe didn't bother to inform people as to why he was so upset about +Metropolitan JONAH signing the Manhattan Declaration. He talks so much about transparency, but he isn't being transparent about his own life. In both cases, he was not transparent about his own motives. He passes himself off as an objective reporter, but can you truly be objective in either of these cases? Could he have wanted to get Fr. Kondratick back for having fired him? Did Mark feel threatened by +Metropolitan JONAH's signing of the Manhattan Declaration that he felt that he had to try and get him removed? I think it is a little dishonest to pass yourself off as being an objective reporter when you might very well have motives for wanting those people out of there.