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Cardinal Dolan’s Mess

Recent headlines detail a rather confusing, but not surprising, situation involving Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of the Archdiocese of New York City, and New York state governor, Andrew Cuomo.

American Catholic Bishops and the New Normal

When the Obama White House first announced that pro-abortion Catholic vice president Joe Biden would lead the United States delegation to the inaugural Mass for Pope Francis, a collective gasp was followed by a prayer that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops would make a public statement clarifying why the vice president could not receive the Eucharist.

Georgetown, Sebelius, and the Need for Consistency

The Catholic community is abuzz with the news that Georgetown University has invited none other than the pro-abortion “Catholic” secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Kathleen Sebelius, to be the commencement speaker at one of the university’s graduation ceremonies.

Is God Naked?

As I knelt before the Monstrance during Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and began the customary use of incense, a thought came to me as my eyes were fixed upon the Eucharist: Is God naked?