I see that you, too, have joined in the clergy-bashing party on the forum.
What would be your preferred term-- to "hissy fit"-- to describe SGG having taken their behind-door grievances over the administration of Fr. Collins' estate to the public by using sensational language, impugning the reputations of the organizers, and all but accusing the estate's administrators of fraud? Of turning what was (I would guess) a private miscommunication between conflicting understandings into a nasty public affair that only (and could only
have) divided Catholic mourners at a time when they could and should have united over a holy priest's memory?
I thought "hissy fit" was a pretty mild
and decidedly playful
description, when justice would probably allow for stronger criticisms.