M. Cathleen Kaveny on the Daily Show
Lots of credit goes to the Daily Show for inviting University of Notre Dame law and theology professor M. Cathleen Kaveny to be last night’s guest to discuss the HHS controversy and the Catholic Church’s position on birth control. I was particularly impressed by Jon Stewart’s awareness of the disconnect between the way in which certain Catholics and Catholic leaders have gone to extremes to condemn birth control, yet there are few who are equally vocal about the death penalty and other evils in our society against which the Church stands. Kaveny does a great job toward the end of the interview highlighting the Catholic teaching commonly referred to as “the consistent ethic of life.” Enjoy the interview here: http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-march-1-2012/exclusive—cathleen-kaveny-extended-interview-pt–1
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