Moral arguments are meaningless to amoral people.
True, but I like his technique for the matter of instructing other Catholics; he takes on some of the responsibility for this if she is unclear about the Church’s teaching on the matter.
Essentially, he has clarified and is “off the hook” for her actions.
This probably won’t carry a great deal of water for Sebelius, but maybe it will have an impact on other Catholics and Christians ~ before the day when they “stand before God”.
In our hearts we should pray for her to convert, even in our rational minds we know that she will probably cling to the desperate path that she has already taken.
You may be right, but I’m glad to see someone in church heirarchy with a pair.