“The past three weeks have witnessed a remarkable unity of Americans from all religions or none at all worried about the erosion of religious freedom and governmental intrusion into issues of faith and morals,” he said.
“Today’s decision to revise how individuals obtain services that are morally objectionable to religious entities and people of faith is a first step in the right direction,” Cardinal-designate Dolan said. “We hope to work with the Administration to guarantee that Americans’ consciences and our religious freedom are not harmed by these regulations.”
Friday, February 10, 2012
Statement from USCCB on religious liberty
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops weighs in on the faux compromise. They are cordial, as expected, but ++Dolan knows from experience not to trust Obama.