From an article about Tom Monaghan and the building of Ave Maria University and the town around it:
"’We’ve already had about 3500 people inquire on our Web site about buying a home there — you know, they’re all Catholic,’ Monaghan says excitedly. ‘We’re going to control all the commercial real estate, so there’s not going to be any pornography sold in this town. We’re controlling the cable system. The pharmacies are not going to be able to sell condoms or dispense contraceptives.’ A private chapel will be located within walking distance of each home. At the stunning church in the center of town, Mass will be said hourly, seven days a week, from 6 a.m. on. ‘So,’ Monaghan concludes, with just a hint of understatement, ‘it’ll be a unique town.’"
The article later goes on to talk about his provost Fr. Fessio (as many articles invariably do) and how he supposedly has a direct pipeline to Pope Benedict XVI and this is the reason he was chosen. And since this article appears in a very progressive news site you invariably get the Frances Kissling about how disturbing this new city will be.
"If you are a conservative Catholic, aren’t your values strong enough to live in a pluralistic society without fear? Interacting with children of other faiths and no faiths can only enrich their Catholicism."
Of course she doesn’t like it when a pluralistic society writes legislation in regards to abortion. When the partial birth abortion ban was enacted by society I don’t remember her speaking about how in a pluralistic society the majority will of the people be considered.