A reader makes this point about a jump headline Saturday for the Page B-1 obituary of Father Heliodore Mejak. I'm interested in what other readers think, too.

"Today's bleed-over headline on B3 for the Father Mejak obituary reads 'PRIEST: Best known for resisting change.' That's a line written by someone who clearly opposes Father Mejak's unwavering adherence to orthodox Catholic doctrine and practice over fads and public sentiment.

"Someone who agrees with such orthodoxy -- or even someone interested in simply writing a fair and unbiased headline that actually reflected the content of the article -- would have written 'PRIEST: Best known for upholding tradition.' This would have fit in the same space limitations and been more accurate."