How to put this delicately?
( . . . still waiting for inspiration.)
Okay, let's not put it delicately.
Archbishop emeritus of Lusaka Emmanuel Milingo is out of control. (Actually, that was pretty delicate compared to what I'm tempted to write.)
Worse, he's out of control and rampaging through the United States, campaigning for married priests with his own civil law wife (I have to be in the qualifier becaue he's not really married to her; he is impeded from being able to validly contract a marriage due to his holy orders, so his union with her is automatically null--same thing goes for all the non-laicized priests who "left the priesthood" to get "married"; see Canon 1087), who was personally picked for him by the long-time lunatic and antichrist, Sun Myung Moon.
Now, to address the question posed in the title of this post: Just how do you deal with an enfant terrible like this?
I mean, if you're B16, you've got to do something. You can't just let him rampage through downtown Tokyo, detroying buildings left and right.
But preciesely what's going on isn't fully clear.