A Catholic Deacon asks the question here
My answer to the question it’s because they are Catholic Archbishops.
I thought this was a good article for explaining about imperfections in the saints. Our Archbishops have vast experience – meeting imperfect people who have failed many times. They know however, that with time, patience & God’s grace many of the most unexpected people may even become saints. Deo gratias.
Pope Francis: On religious life & evangelism:
“You should be real witnesses of a world of doing and acting differently. But in life it is difficult for everything to be clear, precise, outlined neatly. Life is complicated; it consists of grace and sin. He who does not sin is not human. We all make mistakes and we need to recognise our weakness. A religious who recognises himself as weak and a sinner does not negate the witness that he is called to give, rather he reinforces it, and this is good for everyone. What I expect of you therefore is to give witness. I want this special witness from religious.”