Commentaries Jesuit journal’s essay was an overreaction to a questionable problem

//Commentaries Jesuit journal’s essay was an overreaction to a questionable problem

Commentaries Jesuit journal’s essay was an overreaction to a questionable problem

Bill in the news: CatholicPhilly.com:

In a statement that didn’t name the Spadaro-Figueroa piece but, coming a day later, was apparently a response, Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, an anti-defamation group, traced the start of this interfaith convergence to the 1980s and the founding of the Moral Majority by the Rev. Jerry Falwell and Catholic conservative activist Paul Weyrich.

Over the years, Donohue said, it has included such prominent figures as Father Richard John Neuhaus, a Lutheran convert who was founding editor of the Catholic journal, First Things, and Charles Colson, a Watergate conspirator who underwent a religious conversion and became a prominent evangelical. READ MORE HERE


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