From THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE:
"Why are our clergy the worst-dressed people in church? They "dress worse than the lay people," wrote Bishop Robert Forsyth of South Sydney on a Web site for the city's Anglicans.
Forsyth says the idea of "Sunday best" does not exist any more. "We are now in a much more informal society," he wrote.
Still, he continued, "There is a way of dressing casual that looks really good ... [and] there is a way that looks positively daggy and scruffy."
"It's not a good look," he wrote, "especially for unbelievers and outsiders who may come along to church, particularly for special occasions, and find the minister, frankly, unimpressively dressed."
COMMENT: In all fairness to the good bishop, he always wears a smart, business suit when he is showing potential dupes round his "daggy" slum properties (see THE AUSTRALIAN).