On the Feb. 16 episode of the Fox Network show “House,” negative stereotypes of Catholic priests were promoted: the featured priest is a big drinker; he is hospitalized for hallucinating about Jesus; he is accused of being a pedophile; he hates his “job”; he loses his faith; the Church refuses to believe his claims of innocence; [...]
Metro News is reporting that today the Bloomberg administration is launching an iPhone app that allows users to find the nearest place to receive free condoms. The following is Bill Donohue's quote to Metro News: "Condomania has reached new heights of delirium with this latest iPhone app gimmick. Every year the Bloomberg administration gives away more [...]
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the death of Herbert Zweibon, founder and chairman of Americans for a Safe Israel: Herb Zweibon was a man of principle and courage who committed himself to the goal of a safe and united Israel. His tireless work, always motivated by a genuine concern for human rights, will sorely [...]
Click here to read the article by Philip Kennicott in today's Washington Post about the forum held last night at the New York Public Library discussing the Smithsonian exhibit.
The following article by Bill Donohue is currently being featured at YourNabe.com: American Atheists has a special hatred of Christianity, and that is why it seizes on the Christmas season — it would take too much courage to focus on Ramadan — to sell its anti-Christian message. Their latest assault is their billboard outside the Lincoln [...]
his article can be found today on The American Spectator's website: The most accurate prognostication of the 2010 Catholic vote was made months ago when Rep. Bart Stupak (D, MI-01) decided not to run for reelection. Stupak, a "pro-life" Catholic, was the leader of a small hold-out group of House Democrats, also mostly Catholic, refusing to [...]
Last April, the National Catholic Reporter ran a story on the so-called "Victims' Summit," a gathering of alleged victims of priestly sexual abuse scheduled to take place in St. Peter's Square on October 31. At that time, Bernie McDaid, one of the organizers, predicted they would amass 50,000 people in a massive show of anger against the Catholic [...]