With special emphasis on the not-Catholic Catholic Church.
Selling jalapenos that taste like lettuce because some customers complained about the hot in hot peppers, and the Church follows suit “with managers (who) have been redesigning what they must think is ‘their product,’ for people who don’t like it. It began with a Mass for people who don’t like the Mass. Now we have doctrines for people who don’t like doctrines.”
Link at http://knuckledraggin.com/2017/08/on-mercy-mild-essays-in-idleness/
(My wife and I attended an evangelical Christian college. A teacher in a bible class one day said that while he (and, by extension, God) found fault with many of the Catholic Church’s teachings and doctrines, “I admire their dedication to their religion, wrong though it is.” Times change. And so do religious teachings.)