While I don't agree with the opulance of the Bishops. I hate it when people think that as Christians, we absolutely must give up every single thing we've got and automatically give it to the poor. They take the story of the rich man and try to apply it to every Christian who has ever lived.
They also, at the same time, ignore the fact that the Bishops preside over an organization, and help it run, and it provides (probably) hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars worth of charity to those hungry people.
It's like the same people who walk into an Orthodox Church and start cursing us for being unChristian and having so many frilly decorations and instead we should use that money for the poor.
We are feeding them spiritually and physically. One is permanent, the other is fleeting. But we can do both for them.