Patrick Madrid has a response, also. See below for forwarded message from Canon Law Blog.
According to a comment on Twitter, she will soon be responding to him. Wonder if she will also respond to Ed Peters?
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Edward Peters
Date: Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 12:19 PM
Young Voices, old canards, and Canon 1369
A few months ago, Joe "the-bishops-be-damned" Feuerherd, publisher and editor of the ever-petulant National Catholic Reporter, introduced readers to some "Young Voices", supposedly harbingers of the coming Church in America. One such voice, Kate Childs Graham, recently published a callow essay in the "I am a pro-choice Catholic" vein. I guess Feuerherd thinks that Graham speaks for the future because she calls upon her Catholic faith chiefly as a justification for crediting her repudiation of Church teaching on the inviolability of innocent human life.
In any case, Graham presents a somewhat different profile from that of most other Catholics who are effectively lapsed in regard to Church moral teaching (even if they adhere to some of the social justice principles and/or liturgical practices). Graham claims to have been pro-life at one point and to have taken a small but active role in college pro-life activities, only to have later changed her opinion after extensive study and prayer.
I wonder whether Graham fully realizes what she has just done.Read about it here
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