I am pretty tired of this B as in B, S as in S.
A few inflammatory points by way of introduction.
First, there are those who say that many of the problems in the Church today can be traced back to the influence of a kind of “jansenism” impressed during formation in seminaries way back in the day. The main culprits were, as it is said, especially Sulpicians, who ran many large seminaries, and those whom they trained. Quite a few Irish clerics were, long ago, trained in extremely rigid French Sulpician seminaries, since they had no chances in Ireland. A dark rigidity was thus imported to these USA through these conduits. And since the English-speaking