A Catholic priest speaks out about Trump's 'ugly behavior' -- and some parishioners walk out
Pastor Bill Corcoran at St. Elizabeth Seton Church in Orland Hills, Illinois, on Jan. 14, 2021. - Antonio Perez / Chicago Tribune/Chicago Tribune/TNS

On the Sunday morning after the deadly riot at the United States Capitol, Father William Corcoran put on his black suit and clerical collar and stepped into St. Elizabeth Seton church in the Chicago suburb of Orland Hills to celebrate the 7:30 a.m. Mass. When it was time for the homily, he stood in front of the “celebrant's chair" on the altar and removed his mask so that he could be clearly heard. He looked out at the 140 or so masked parishioners who sat in the sanctuary, which was still ornamented for Christmas. He had a feeling this might not go well. At the 5 p.m.