Last week, I slipped up. Since early August, because of the growing mental instability so evident in our press, I have not been paying attention to news reports with the carefulness I used to. In fact, I really haven't been paying them any attention. So, when Amy Wellborn brought to light the Presiding Bishopress, Katherine Jefferts Schori, of the Episcopal Church's interview with the NYTimes, I fell for Mrs. Wellborn's understanding of the interview hook, line, and sinker. Now to be fair to Mrs. Wellborn, there was absolutely nothing wrong at all with her understanding. The Presiding Bishopress's lack of common sense, amazing illogic and arrogance on display in that interview was indeed breathtaking to behold. But Mrs. Wellborn is not a former Episcopalian, so she is not up on all things Episcopalian or Church of England. Mrs. Wellborn, the NYTimes reporterette who interviewed the Presiding Bishopress, and myself had missed a very important earlier interview with the Presiding Bishopress's earthly boss, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. Had we been aware of that interview, it is safe to say, that Patum Peperium would have had a lot more fun at the Presiding Bishopress's expense. Well, as much fun as you can have without landing yourself in the confessional.