Here is the excerpt that I find especially interesting:
Fr. Fessio: For reasons I have still not been given, I was asked to resign as provost. I refused to resign, so I was fired. I was asked to come back the next day in a different position. I came back because I believe the university is bigger than one person, me, or anybody else, and I think that we have a tremendous opportunity for the truth and for the faith. So, if I refused to come back, there would be some people who would be very skeptical of the university; donors, parents, and students. I didn't want that to happen."For reasons I have still not been given, I was asked to resign as provost." What!? As of approximately February 20, 2008, 11 months later, Fr. Fessio still hasn't been told why he was fired? Fr. Fessio is obviously more passive than I; if I were in Fr. Fessio's place, I wouldn't stand for having AMU benefit from my person and reputation, while not respecting me enough to explain why I had gotten fired.