Either he has a license to practice as a "counseling psychologist," or he doesn't.
The prosecutor in the article above thinks it's significant. I'd hardly call that a "throw-away" line.
OK. Groeschel writes against homosexuality. Why did he recommend that actively homosexual men be returned to priestly ministry? Or did he not recognize them as such?
If the state knows Fr. G has no license (per Mr.Egerton) and he is practicing as something he is not, why hasn't he been arrested? This is stupid.