Hans comments made me think of when I lived in Tucson, AZ. I was just beginning to get serious about zen at that time. There they have Zen Desert Sangha and the teacher there is Pat Hawk Roshi, who was one of Aitken's students. I went and heard a couple dharma talks by him and he was pretty good, but Jundo is funnier. Anyway, Pat Hawk is also a catholic priest, with a church, and that was his "day" job, and ZDS was moonlighting, or something like that I guess. He wasn't full-time there anyway. The Buddhists had no problem with him being a priest, but I was always very curious what the catholic church thought about him also being a Buddhist priest. And I was also curious how it was to be a priest in two different religions, although there is no inherent conflict between them, and Han's comments reminded me of all this.