Another recent controversy involved Misericordia University when its officials invited Keith Boykin to speak at the school. Boykin is an acclaimed speaker who is also gay and addresses a variety of diversity issues. Your objection is that homosexuality is inconsistent with the teachings of the church and therefore it was unseemly for Misericordia to entertain such a person on campus.
Though Bishop Martino may have been concerned that Catholics attending the talk would "[fall] prey to anything the church deems immoral or unholy" I believe his opposition stemmed more from the fact that talks such as this shouldn't be supported.
As my mom always says, "The media attacks the Catholic Church because they recognize it as the only real threat." I'll take that as a compliment.