His homilies, as you can see, tend to start with a bang:
"First, what belongs to Caesar? Nothing. Second, what belongs to God? Everything else."
"I want to conduct an experiment tonight. Let's see how obedient you are! I command you to stand. I command you to clap your hands. I command you to say hello to the people around you. I command you to sit."
"Wow. I know of no other way of expressing my amazement at tonight's readings. Wow!" (The homily I heard that day, Priesthood Sunday, began with the priest imagining himself as the Cowardly Lion jumping through a window.)
"I believe that most of us are idolators."
I wonder how these have been received. I particularly wonder how many people stood and clapped their hands.