For the evil hand that pulls the strings from behind the red velvet curtain, it's basically like hearing that your mortal enemy has been diagnosed with rectal cancer (and that he's in jail, and that his family died and his dog died and his house burned down...) :
"A Dazzling Priest's Lurid Fall To Drug Suspect"
Talk about schadenfreude.
The New York Times has for the past five years been publishing almost daily reports on the so-called Catholic Church "abuse scandal."
Though we at COTT have no special affection for the Catholic Church, we do recognize the fact that as an institution, the Vatican has built more schools and hospitals and basic infrastructure in Dark Africa and everywhere else in the "Developing World" (chortle), than the Islamic or whatever allies-of-the-day of the evil civilization-wreckers at the New York Times could ever hope to.
An illustrious member of the COTT staff once had an Aunt (Obama and his peeps would pronounce it: "on-tee") who was a nun. This on-tee was the very height of virtue and true do-gooderism, may the Times and their ilk and their own twisted definitions of virtue be damned.