The Archbishop of New York explained in a Jan. 13 column at Catholic New York that “actually, we’re obsessed with the dignity of the human person and the sacredness of all human life!"
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Cardinal Timothy Dolan said Oct. 31 that he thought the incident was a good teaching moment about the Eucharist and the seriousness of denying Church teaching.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan stressed the alternatives to abortion that women could obtain through the Archdiocese of New York, following the passage of the Reproductive Health Act.
New York archbishop said that Cuomo also unfairly characterized Church’s engagement with bill on statutes of limitations for sex-abuse cases.
Shepherds react: ‘Our beloved state has become a more dangerous one for women and their unborn babies.’
New York shepherd wrote in a recent op-ed that proposed legal reforms in New York should be crafted so as to support all victims.
Retired federal judge will serve as special counsel for independent review of protocols for responding to allegations of sexual abuse.
COMMENTARY: At a personal level, neutrality means indifference to an individual human life.
In an op-ed, New York shepherd laments that the party’s shifting principles have effectively shut out and alienated orthodox Catholics.