A broad range of Catholics are quoted in The Dallas Morning News, of all places:
George Weigel, Michael Novak, and Rev. Richard John Neuhaus;
Rev. Mar[k] Massa, S.J.;
Margaret Steinfels, the former editor of Commonweal and "who, with her husband, Peter Steinfels, directs Fordham's Center on Religion and Culture";
But David Schindler has the last word:
"That vision of Vatican II, Mr. Schindler said, has huge implications for every Catholic in both public and private life. 'We have to live our lives according to the fullest possible response to God's love,' he said, 'in order to transform all of society and build a culture of life and a civilization of love.'"
The byline reveals the source of this quality reporting:
"Joop Koopman, a writer based in New York City, is the former editor of the National Catholic Register and of Catholic Digest."
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