From the Cambridge School
In his new study of the fall of the British Empire, After the Victorians, the social commentator A.N. Wilson makes a stunning accusation about one of the most famous figures of 20th century English Catholicism.
According to one of our more prominent Anglo-Catholics who has seen the book, Wilson cites "private information" in reporting that the sudden exile of the legendary Jesuit author and scholar Martin D'Arcy from Cambridge to the United States was precipitated after the suicide of a Jesuit scholastic whom D'Arcy had "introduced to different ways of love," as my source put it....
Interesting.... So it wasn't just the dioceses that did the laundry in strange and sinister ways.