His article is making news throughout the world on the blogs, in Catholic media and even attracting the attention of some mainstream news outlets.
Here's an excerpt:
"I was recently asked to comment on claims by a group calling itself Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good, which says that electing candidates who have permissive or clearly pro-choice stances in support of abortion, but are determined to provide more assistance to poor and vulnerable women and families would actually help to reduce abortions in the United States. This group, I believe has its priorities backwards. It seems unlikely that candidates advocating full access to abortion - which attacks the most vulnerable poor, the unborn - will at the same time have a consistent or principle-based plan for helping other poor people."
Here's the full article from Thursday's Catholic Key.