One of my friends from The Asylum is a real priest, though having taken a vow of poverty, he is always casting about for ways to make ends meet. I was able to borrow him a blue blazer and grey slacks, to disguise him as a Secular Priest, and was able to hook him up with a Family of Wealth for a Values-Planning Retreat, but he starting spouting Greek and Latin, saying prayers, offering to hear confession, or perform an exorcism, and was soon exposed as a pious fraud. "Hey, what is this? A real priest?" I had to give the family their money back and we may still face damages. From here on I am only going to employ Secular Priests with no background in ethics, theology, or any other discipline, other than sales, finance, law, say, or self-promotion. The harm a real priest can do to client's self-esteem cannot easily be rectified. We need some kind of Secular Priest qualifying exam to make sure any would-be Priest holds his or her beliefs lightly, and is not judgmental. The client should be free to choose his or her Values from a list provided. And the list is not meant to be comprehensive.