I would question the value of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops spending time to revisit their 2004 policy to not give a public platform to anyone opposed to church teachings at their upcoming November meeting in Baltimore. Some institutions will likely it ignore it anyway.
The University of Notre Dame, supposedly the nation’s premier Catholic institution, showed that it values political influence and the money associated with it more than supporting church teachings and directives. Only the naive will buy into the excuse that the university invited the “office of the president,” not the man. Truth be known, Planned Parenthood would probably like to give Notre Dame president Father Jenkins an honorary degree for his help advancing the credibility of abortion.