M. Rubio SEN. RUBIO SUBMITS RELIGIOUS LIBERTY BILL

January 31, 2012

Senator Marco Rubio introduced legislation today to repeal the Obama administration’s mandate requiring healthcare plans to cover abortifacients, contraception and sterilization. Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments as follows: The Catholic community will be delighted to learn of the courage shown by Sen. Marco Rubio in seeking to combat... [Read more...]

Ed Koch and the Pope ED KOCH PUSHES CATHOLIC-JEWISH TIES

January 30, 2012

Last week, former New York City Mayor Ed Koch spoke at a Jewish event in New York where he promoted strong Catholic-Jewish ties. “We’re 13 million Jews in the whole world—less than one-tenth of 1 percent. And we need allies. The best ally we can have is the Catholic Church.” Catholic League president Bill Donohue addressed Mayor Koch’s comments... [Read more...]

Catholic schools OBAMA HONORS CATHOLIC EDUCATORS

January 26, 2012

President Barack Obama recognized nine Catholic teachers today as “Champions of Catholic Education.” Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented on this event as follows: President Obama’s recognition of Catholic education is much appreciated. Ironically, it is precisely because so many Catholic schools serve non-Catholics in the inner city... [Read more...]

Star Parker: Court ruling on ultrasound law worth celebrating

January 25, 2012

Click here to read Star Parker’s syndicated column on how sonograms and ultrasound technology are changing the face of the abortion industry.    Read More →

Buffett WHY WARREN BUFFETT IS ANTI-CATHOLIC

January 25, 2012

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on an aspect of Warren Buffett’s finances not ordinarily discussed: Warren Buffett’s comment that the rich should pay higher taxes, now enshrined by President Barack Obama as the “Buffett Rule,” is drawing much applause. What is not being discussed is the billionaire’s support for anti-Catholicism.... [Read more...]

Jay leno JAY LENO GOES BACK TO SEWER

January 24, 2012

In last night’s monologue, Jay Leno commented on an auxiliary bishop from Los Angeles who recently stepped down after admitting he fathered two children. After explaining what happened, Leno said, “I thought bishops could only move diagonally. I didn’t know they could move up and down.” When making these remarks, Leno gestured with his hands,... [Read more...]

NY Times WHEN MEDIA BIAS IS SUBTLE

January 24, 2012

Catholic League president Bill Donohue points to some instances of bias in today’s New York Times: The reason I read the New York Times every day is because of its comprehensive coverage and tremendous influence on other media outlets. Editorially, at least on cultural issues, the positions of the New York Times are diametrically opposed to the teachings... [Read more...]

conveyor belt PHILLY PROSECUTOR IS MALICIOUS

January 23, 2012

The Philadelphia Archdiocese was named an “unindicted co-conspirator” today by prosecutors in a case involving clergy sexual abuse. At the pretrial hearing, Assistant District Attorney Mark Cipolletti made accusations against a defrocked priest, Edward Avery, and the archdiocese. Cipolletti said “the archdiocese was supplying him [Avery] with... [Read more...]

P. Obama OPPOSITION TO HEALTHCARE MANDATE GROWS

January 23, 2012

The announcement on January 20 by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius that religious non-profits will have to cover sterilization and contraceptive services, including some abortion-inducing drugs, is being met with growing rancor. Catholic League president Bill Donohue speaks to this issue today: Cardinal-designate Timothy Dolan,... [Read more...]

President Obama OBAMA’S CONTEMPT FOR RELIGIOUS LIBERTY

January 20, 2012

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on today’s announcement from the Obama administration that it is going forward with its original “Obamacare” policy that mandates coverage of sterilization and contraceptive services in most healthcare plans: Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius said today that aside from houses... [Read more...]

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