By Kyle Drennen After CBS and ABC ignored the WikiLeaks revelation that top Hillary Clinton staffers exchanged anti-Catholic rhetoric via e-mail and NBC only offered mere seconds to controversy, one would expect a major U.S. Catholic leader denouncing the comments would draw at least some media attention. However, after New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan condemned …Continue reading "Nets Ignore Cardinal Dolan Blasting Clinton Campaign’s Catholic Bashing"
Editor’s note. Last Friday the Obama Administration’s Department of Health and Human Services offered another patently insincere “accommodation” that, in fact, continues to compel countless employers to purchase health plans that will pay for drugs and procedures to which they are opposed on moral and religious grounds. Today, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops …Continue reading "USCCB says revised HHS proposal “falls short”"
By Dave Andrusko In today’s interconnected informational galaxy, there is a close to limitless array of information to choose from. With all that to select from, there are two thoughtful intellectuals whose columns I try NEVER to miss: Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia and Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York. On his blog at http://blog.archny.org/index.php/hhs-mandate-decision, …Continue reading "Cardinal Dolan Decries lack of media attention to favorable court decision in battle over HHS Mandate"
By Dave Andrusko This post is a brief follow up to our story yesterday, where we informed NRL News Today readers that the centrality of religious liberty came up immediately at the fall general assembly of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Yesterday we quoted extensively from the comments of Archbishop William E. Lori, …Continue reading "Archbishop Dolan: Catholic Church will continue to resist HHS Mandate"
By Dave Andrusko Last week we encouraged National Right to Life News Today readers to vote in TIME magazine’s annual poll on the year’s “most influential figures across all fields, from politics to tech to pop culture,” as TIME described their cross-section. Good news: Cardinal Timothy Dolan came in a very respectable 17th place just …Continue reading "Cardinal Dolan Outpaces PPFA President Richards in TIME’s 100 “Most Influential”"