Clinton's election director Podesta has offended Catholics in internal -- Cardinal Dolan: These utterances are "condescending and offensive"
United States (kath.net)
The New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan (archive photo) has asked the US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to apologize to Catholics for comments by their campaign director, which were revealed by Wikileaks. John Podesta had expressed the opinion in internal emails that the Catholic religion was a "falsification of faith" and that it was interesting for conservatives, among other things, because it represented "completely outdated gender relations." In order to overcome the resistance of the Church to the "ban on contraception," John Podesta 2012 supported organizations that were to change the Church from within.
According to Cardinal Dolan, these statements are "condescending and offensive" to Catholics.
The Cardinal added that "within ten minutes" an apology would have come if Podesta's comments had been referring to the Jewish or the Muslim community.