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September 9, 2014

“Non-Neutrality Pact” That changed with last week’s announcement that, as a “gesture of goodwill to the LGBT community,” a gay group at NBC, which broadcasts the parade, would be included in the march next year. Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights—a lonely voice defending the parade policy... [Read more...]

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September 9, 2014

“Inclusion of gay group in St. Patrick’s Day Parade angers both sides” Bill Donohue, president of Catholic League, also protested the changes, saying his group was supportive of a gay marching group “contingent on a formal rule change that would also allow pro-life Catholics to march under their own banner.”  Read More →

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September 9, 2014

“LGBT Group Fails to Gain Spot in Parade” A lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocacy group that applied to march in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade was turned away by the event’s organizers because all of the spots have been filled, parade officials said Tuesday. Bill Donohue, director of the Catholic League, said he was... [Read more...]

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September 8, 2014

“Cardinal Dolan and the St Patrick’s Day Parade – Blurring the Boundaries” The Cardinal’s decision put his most influential supporter, Bill Donohue of the Catholic League, in a peculiar situation: Donohue has fought for years against the attempt of gay activists to use the parade as a platform to cru-sade against Church... [Read more...]

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September 7, 2014

“Catholic League President: I May Not March in St. Patrick’s Parade” Extreme political, cultural and economic forces are colluding to secularize the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City, argues William A. Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. “If it gets to the point where the Catholic... [Read more...]

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September 5, 2014

“Concerns, Confusion Over ‘LGBT’ Group in St. Patrick’s Parade“ A spokesman for the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade said this week’s announcement of the inclusion of an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) activist group in the traditionally Catholic parade was a “gesture of goodwill.” However, concerns have... [Read more...]

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September 5, 2014

“California Forces Catholic Universities to Cover Employees’ Abortions” When it comes to forcing employers to violate their religious convictions when offering employee health insurance, the Barack Obama administration has nothing on the Jerry Brown administration. Catholics who take the church’s teaching on abortion seriously were,... [Read more...]

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September 5, 2014

“Are Catholic conservatives turning on Cardinal Timothy Dolan?” Cardinal Timothy Dolan’s positive reaction to this week’s decision by organizers of New York’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade to allow gay groups to march under their own banners initially drew charitable responses in many Catholic Church circles. But it didn’t take... [Read more...]

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September 4, 2014

“Irish gay groups, conservative watchdogs cautious over parade change” Bill Donohue, president of the conservative Catholic League watchdog group and a longtime supporter of the ban on gay groups marching under their own banner, struck an equally cautious tone in response to the historic news. “Our position all along has been that the... [Read more...]

finals New York Times

September 3, 2014

“Gay Groups to March in St. Patrick’s Day Parade as a Ban Falls” The organizers of the New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade said on Wednesday that they were lifting a ban on openly gay groups marching under their own banner, bringing to a close more than two decades of bitter protests and controversy that thrust an annual celebration... [Read more...]

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