University President John Garve y was quoted in several publications following the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. He also appeared on EWTN News Nightly (minute 6:14). His Catholic News Service column was quoted in the outlet's coverage of his death . See below.

From: National Catholic Register Date: Feb. 15, 2016 Author: Joan Frawley Desmond

... The White House quickly countered that the president would make his choice known in the next couple of weeks. Meanwhile, the dispute served to remind the public that the nation's highest court has increasingly become the final arbiter of contentious policy debates, rather than Congress.

"The tug of war we are seeing now is a result of the court's decision in Roe v. Wade and in cases like Obergefell v. Hodges," John Garvey, a constitutional scholar and the president of The Catholic University of America, told the Register. ...

But Scalia's seat will be vacant when the oral arguments are scheduled next month, and that means the ideologically split court could produce deadlocked decisions that will likely kick the cases back to the lower courts.

"Changing the balance of votes on the court has become a political question. But if you took Roe v. Wade and sexual politics out of the equation, it would be a relatively easy matter to find someone suitable," suggested Garvey.

"If we had followed Justice Scalia's advice, the temperature would go down, and the disagreement we are having would be relegated to the political realm." ...

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