In his controversial new book, Roman Catholic-turned-Episcopal priest Alberto Cutie accuses Catholic leaders of being hypocrites and says they accept secret homosexual relationships,
The Miami Herald
"There are so many homosexuals, both active and celibate, at all levels of clergy and Church hierarchy that the church would never be able to function if they were really to exclude all of them from ministry,'' Cutie writes in the just-published
Dilemma: A Priest's Struggle With Faith and Love
Cutie also discusses for the first time his departure from the archdiocese of Miami and defends his decision to leave the Catholic Church. After paparazzi photos of Cutie kissing his now-wife on the beach last year ignited a media frenzy about whether he had violated his vow of celibacy, he and the archdiocese parted ways.