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.
He argues that Cardinal Timothy Dolan has a callous indifference toward LGBT homeless youth.
Dolan says he has insights he's sharing with fellow bishops.
He forbade the church from participating in same-sex marriages in any fashion.
Dolan said the movement against marriage equality is 'not antigay,' but 'aimed at opposing a range of threats.'
He sent a letter to President Barack Obama.
Timothy Dolan is worried that marriage equality in New York means polygamous unions are next.