“Remembering Mother Angelica”

April 6, 2016

Raymond Arroyo remembers the remarkable life of Mother Angelica with Bill Donohue and others.  Read More →

“Special Report with Bret Baier”

February 18, 2016

Bill Donohue on ‘unfortunate exchange’ between Pope, Trump  Read More →

“Lou Dobbs Tonight”

February 18, 2016

Will the Pope’s comments hurt Trump’s chances in South Carolina?  Read More →

CNN “Newsroom”

February 18, 2016

Donohue: Pope was ‘set up’ by media to criticize Trump  Read More →

“Steve Malzberg Show”

February 18, 2016

Malzberg | Bill Donohue discusses Pope Francis’ comments about Trump suggesting he’s not a Christian  Read More →

February 13, CNN “Smerconish”

February 13, 2016

President of the Catholic League Bill Donohue discusses his Newsmax article on Trump’s appeal with CNN’s Michael Smerconish.  Read More →

September 9, “The Alan Colmes Show”

September 9, 2015

“Alan Colmes vs. Bill Donohue: Is the Pope too liberal?” Bill Donohue appeared on “The Alan Colmes Show” to discuss the pope’s statements on such topics as annulment and gay marriage, and to remind listeners who look at things in an American context that Pope Francis is dealing with a global church.  Read More →

September 8, “The Daily Wrap”

September 8, 2015

“Is the Pope Too Liberal?” Rick Hinshaw discusses the leadership style of Pope Francis on Newsmax TV’s “Daily Wrap” and reminds people to focus on exactly what the pope is saying, not on what is being interpreted by his listeners.  Read More →

September 3, “The World Over Live”

September 3, 2015

“What Catholics Really Believe, Bill Donohue with Raymond Arroyo” On Raymond Arroyo’s “The World Over Live,” Bill discussed the findings of the Catholic League-Polling Company’s new survey of Catholics.  Read More →

July 18, “The Michael Smerconish Program”

July 18, 2015

“Bill Donahue gives the Catholic League’s Perspective on the Firing of Margie Winters” On “The Michael Smerconish Program” Bill defended the firing of Margie Winters, the former director of religious education at an independent Catholic school who was in a lesbian “marriage.”  Read More →

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