www.SaveOurCourts.org which clearly took stands on court nominees. Perhaps Bishop Murphy's quote was poorly used in the CNA article. But if he claims to have left the coalition because the LCCHR has just begun advocating or opposing Supreme Court nominees, then, as far as we can see, he is not being forthright. [See below for his full quote. The CNA insertion of the quote is a bit misleading although the problem is more than just a few years old.]
There are three instructive points about this withdrawal.
3. Does modern communications means information flows faster? Yes, but it doesn't necessarily mean bureaucracies- which prize stability, protocols, and 'going along to get along'- act on that information in a way that is proportionate to the speed with which the information is distributed.
This last point is a tip for not going crazy wondering when or if rhinos will get up and attack or for not sounding hysterical when they take their own sweet time doing so. See USCCB statement.