The credibility of the Church, in general has taken major hits. Pope Francis just admitted the alarming sexual abuse of nuns by priests/ bishops going back centuries. Evangelical support of Trump is viewed as hypocrisy/ denial of the Gospel. I'm Catholic but have inlaws who are Protestant including a Lutheran priest [brother-in-law]. My involvement in Dignity [Catholic gay organization] years ago included occasional worship with Integrity [gay Episcopalians]. I appreciate that Lutherans and Espicoplains/ Anglicans are considered "progressive" Christians by how they treat humanity/view science [anthropological insight] . No experience with other Christian churches but I understand that just about every denomination struggle with sexual issues [same-sex marriage/ clergy]. Many Catholics think priests should be given option to marry [like Orthodox], eliminate sexual abuse of children/ ordain females [ie. Lutheran/ Episcopal]. Any thoughts?