There are no Roman collars in the photo. The reader is going to think, "Wow/Huau, the emerging model of pastoral leadership does not include priests!"
So it is a relief to turn to the story, on page 5, and see the same photo, this time with a caption that identifies three priests among those pictured. God bless them and reward them for their goodness and their selfless service to us all.
We all support our priests, and we must all pray for them and be so good to them. But as we know, a Roman collar is an outward sign of a consecrated life. So can a reader of The Tidings be forgiven for wishing that wearing Roman collars would be part of the "emerging models of pastoral leadership" in this Archdiocese?