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Ihe pastora with whOIIl he baa worked b.ave been aatisfled. Honllignor
George reported that b& so-d Bt.roagest ii1 CCD work and
in rela1:1ous wit.ll children.
'I'b.e consenaue of t.lle faculty is that he should be
in a busy parish
where he will have enough to keep him occupied in his D'llll pariah,
Ba bas a tendency to gather younger people around hUn.
The faculty expecta that this tendency remains, so varioua
reeoamendations perc:Lnent t.o this were made:
Pastor may have to keep an eye on him lelil t: be apend
too lllUch ti.Die with t.lle chosen few.
Pastor should be secure and vell liked, Lynn is
bound to acquire a
- 'll'hich would cause probl,e:ms
1f the pastor felt inaecure.
There ahould be someone t:o keep an eye au hill extra-
curricular activities, becauee he will have friendships
all over t.lle place and adght tend to spend too much
time chatting OD BOCJ.&l Viii ita •
It mAY be wise to note for possible future reference tbat. all along
there have been one or two priests who would express 110111e question
about Lynn 'a "sincerity," whether he was putting up a front, etc.
Tba majorir,y did not agree vitb thla tmpreaaLon.
1 do not agree with it myaelf, although I haVe told hiJD that this
impreesion vas created on IIQI!Ie
and tried to give him eugge.ationa
as to how be could try to prevent such an f.!Dpreuion.
John .J. Danagher, C. M.