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SICKO GAY LEADER GETS MEDIA PASS

Catalyst January/February Issue 2015

He likes to hide his camera in the smoke-alarm over his bed, videoing kinky sex with his boyfriends. He is one of the biggest porn kings in American history, making a fortune off of “barebacking” videos—the kind of unprotected sex that led directly to AIDS. And when he is not bundling hundreds of thousands of dollars for President Obama,... [Read more...]

CATHOLIC LEAGUE’S CENTRAL PARK NATIVITY SCENE

Catalyst January/February Issue 2015

  On December 12, the Catholic League’s annual nativity scene in New York City’s Central Park was erected in a spot just south of the Park: It was on 5th Avenue, between 58th and 59th Street, in front of the Plaza Hotel. We deliberately placed it in this spot so that everyone who took the bus down 5th Avenue would not fail to see it.... [Read more...]

CHRISTMAS TERRIFIES AMERICAN ATHEISTS

Catalyst January/February Issue 2015

Most atheists either celebrate Christmas in a secular fashion, or are wholly dismissive of it. Few are terrified of it. American Atheists President David Silverman is one of them. Don’t take Bill Donohue’s word for it. Here’s what he recently said: “Millions of American children are forced to go to church under the threat of... [Read more...]

CHRISTMAS SWEEPS WINNERS

Catalyst January/February Issue 2015

A member from Big Lake, AK won first prize in our Christmas sweepstakes. Second place went to a member from Drexel Hill, PA. Philadelphia, PA is home to the member who took third place. Members from Las Vegas, NV and Garden City, NY picked up the fourth and fifth place prizes respectively. Sixth and seventh place went to members from Saint Benedict,... [Read more...]

WOULD YOU BAPTIZE AN EXTRATERRESTRIAL?

Catalyst January/February Issue 2015, Book Review

Rick Hinshaw Guy Consolmagno, S.J. and Paul Mueller, S.J., Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial … and Other Questions from the Astronomers’ In-Box at the Vatican Observatory  (New York: Image, 2014) “Science is God engaging with us.” Thus do Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno and Jesuit Father Paul Mueller challenge – most effectively,... [Read more...]

WALMART BOWS TO PRESSURE; ONLINE PROTEST SCORES

Catalyst December Issue 2014, Front Page

It only took a couple of days for Walmart to buckle. Under pressure by the Catholic League to pull three indefensible Catholic Halloween costumes, the megastore did just that. Had it not been for those who receive our email news releases, and who let Walmart know of their displeasure, there would have been no victory. A few days before Halloween, Walmart,... [Read more...]

SANITIZING SANTA

Catalyst December Issue 2014, Front Page

The politically correct police are always out in force during the Christmas season, and this year they made an early splash in Marshfield, Massachusetts and Montgomery County, Maryland. In Marshfield, the School Committee decided it would not listen to its constituency: it voted 3-2 against changing “Holiday Break” back to “Christmas... [Read more...]

SELECTIVE SENSIBILITIES

Catalyst December Issue 2014, From The President's Desk

William A. Donohue Almost 8 in 10 Americans are Christian and approximately 96 percent celebrate Christmas. That makes for few Scrooges, though one would never know it given the corrosive effect that militant atheist groups, and their multicultural allies in the public and private sectors, have had on our culture. There is something terribly wrong when... [Read more...]

JESUS VIOLATES MILITARY POLICY

Catalyst December Issue 2014

Below is Bill Donohue’s letter of November 4 to U.S. Air Force Commander Colonel Craig Baker of the 180th Fighter Wing in Swanton, OH; a copy was sent to the Air Force Chief of Chaplains. I am writing to you in my capacity as president and CEO of the nation’s largest Catholic civil rights organization, and as a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.... [Read more...]

NEW RELIGIOUS RIGHTS FOR AIRMEN

Catalyst December Issue 2014

On the opposite page [click here] is Bill Donohue’s letter to military leaders about the dismal state of religious rights for Air Force personnel. We are happy to report that just before we went to print, the objectionable rules were revised; they are a major improvement. The most invidious language of the old rules has been stricken, and a much... [Read more...]

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