Kenneth L. Woodward
The New York Times's worldview is secularist and secularizing, and as such it rivals the Catholic worldview. But what makes the Times unique is that it is not just the nation's self-appointed newspaper of record. It is, to paraphrase Chesterton, an institution with the soul of a church.
Can Catholic politicians be both personally opposed to abortion and unwilling to act against Roe v. Wade? Long-time religion journalist Kenneth Woodward says no, and takes on former governor of New York Mario Cuomo.