Once again American Catholic leadership is being challenged over whether they disagree with something Pope Francis has said.
Dolan's rhetoric during the debate over marriage equality in 2011 apparently wasn't 'anti-anybody.'
In a recent interview, Cardinal Timothy Dolan downplayed earlier comments from the Pope who claimed it wasn’t his place to pass judgment on gay priests.
The group tried to enter with deliberately soiled hands, a response to the New York archbishop's recent statement that LGBT worshippers were welcome if they washed their hands.
The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops admitted on Easter Sunday that the Catholic Church's doctrine is out of touch with the beliefs of many of its parishioners.
The Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus and the National Organization for Marriage provided nearly 65% of the financing for the unsuccessful efforts to defeat marriage equality initiatives in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington State.
The Roman Catholic leader prayed so that humanity might not “remake those institutions you have given us for the nurturing of life and community.”
Archbishop Timothy Dolan will deliver the closing prayer at both major-party conventions, and the Democrats will also hear from popular Nuns on the Bus leader Sister Simone Campbell.
New York Catholic archbishop Timothy Dolan is not only a staunch opponent of marriage equality but is aligning himself with politicians who care little for the poor, says Sullivan.
Timothy Dolan called the effort 'not only unfair and unjust, but inflammatory.'
The letter is addressed to Cardinal Timothy Dolan, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.