"When they would invite someone that is so dramatically at odds with one of the central tenets of the faith, that does bother us."
Georgetown University President John DeGioia defended the university's decision to invite Sebelius as evidence that the university "is committed to the free exchange of ideas."
The New York Post commented that in 2008, Barack Obama had 54 percent of the Catholic vote. According to a Gallup poll last month, Catholics are now evenly split between Obama and the Republican hopeful Mitt Romney.
Here’s the CBS “This Morning” interview with the New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan: