Laura Ingraham hosted Bill Donohue of the Catholic League.
Donohue said he's extremely surprised by Pope Benedict's impending resignation, saying it shows his great humility that most leaders don't have. He noted that the next pope will not please the liberal wing of the Church. He and Ingraham agreed it won't be Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
Donohue said the Catholic Church is conservative on social issues and liberal on a number of others so that no one is totally aligned with all its teachings.
Donahue said it may be a cardinal from Latin America. Ingraham and Donohue spoke of several potential candidates. Donohue said that the Catholic Church has had two first class intellectuals with Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI.
Donohue and Ingraham commented on priests who freelance on political issues instead of tending to the flock. Ingraham cited the HHS mandates on health insurance providers to require free contraceptives for clients.