Gov. Howard Dean, M.D., will speak on the implications of the 2004 presidential election, an event sponsored by the Student Activities Fund and the College Democrats. Dean will speak at 7:30 p.m., at the Mundelein Center Auditorium, Lake Shore Campus; a reception will follow in McCormick Lounge, Coffey Hall. Admission is free with Loyola ID; $5 for the public. [Source]
Aren’t you glad that when the Bishops met together in June that they put an end to this problem. After all they backed down on mandating the denial of Communion, but they did say in Catholics in Political Life:
The Catholic community and Catholic institutions should not honor those who act in defiance of our fundamental moral principles. They should not be given awards, honors or platforms which would suggest support for their actions
And should not was emphasized in the original statement. Of course none of this really matters. Ex Corde Ecclesia required mandatums for theologians at Catholic colleges. This still has not come to pass in the majority of Catholic institutions. So if theologians are not required to accurately teach the Catholic faith why should we be surprised that they also allow a politician who interned with Planned Parenthood speak on their premises?