Archbishop Dolan Up Close

Here is Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York speaking candidly to Diana Williams of WABC-TV on her popular Sunday morning "Up Close" program.  Their wide-ranging discussion included the archbishop fielding questions on, among other things, whether to deny Catholic politicians Communion based on their political views on issues like abortion, and the admission of gay men to seminaries.  This is the second of the web-based version of the program that ran this morning, and which you can see in its entirety here.  Full disclosure: I'm a big Dolan fan.

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