Overall, it's a pretty good summary of the most recent problems of our Archbishop Emeritus, and of his life story. His apartment building is named The Chopin. For Frederic, not Kate.
"The 'communities' built by Tarantino include various amenities like lounges, parlors, hair salons, and, in the case of the Chopin, the Harold A. Breier Dining Room (named after the former Milwaukee police chief) and a chapel where 'Fr.' Weakland says mass daily (twice or three times on Saturday.)"Seems both homey and a bit parishey.
House mentions that "Weakland also contributes to the community newsletter occasionally." Too bad it's not online.
P.S. Chief Breier's tenure overlapped with Archbishop Weakland's. Seeing a touch of irony in Weakland dining in the Breier Dining Room might require some background. For a flavor of the Chief, here's The Milwaukee Journal's May 1, 1984 report of his retirement announcement, on page 1 and continued on page 6.