A priest who said he used rap music to reach young people has been suspended. Father Paul Ogallo is a Catholic priest. He's know by some as Sweet Paul. He said he had to "choose between being a rapper or a priest." The bishop of his home district said Ogallo could rap to preach to young people but not from the altar. Father Paul would do the traditional service then change into his rap persona. Since Sweet Paul broke the rules, he's been suspended for a year. He can't be the main priest for a public mass and can't serve Holy Communion. He can be an officiant at private services.
Do you think the fact that he's trying to reach young people should count for something?