In today's Vortex, Michael Voris talks not so much of that phrase as it was recently used in New York, but how it's being utilized to officially ostracize traditional Catholics and other good people of morals. He cites as an example the treatment meted out to Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch.
Listen to him as he speculates what one must do to be considered a "Catholic not in good standing" (starting at 6:36). Must he/she be a "homosexual abortionist who lives with his gay partner". Then he says, "no". I'm sure Voris wasn't thinking of what happened a year ago this past Lent at St. John Neumann in Gaithersburg, but Father Marcel Guarnizo was essentially booted from the Archdiocese of Washington for denying Holy Communion to someone who fulfilled all the hypothetical criteria (except that she was not an abortionist - probably "pro-choice", though).