What do the Bishop of Rome and the mayor-elect of New York have in common?

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New York City's mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has certainly been making a lot of news of late, including being among the latest people to infuriate the Catholic League's Bill Donohue by supposedly showing his "animus against Catholicism" by not naming any priests to his 60-member transition team.