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December 15, 2014

(San Francisco, CA) “Animal Lovers Rejoice: Pope Suggests Pets Go to Heaven” Pope Francis had an early Christmas president for dogs, and animal lovers everywhere: A chance at heaven for pooches and another creatures. The president of the Catholic League, Bill Donohue, said as an animal lover, he welcomed the comment. In the absence of a... [Read more...]

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December 11, 2014

“Another Rolling Stone Rape Article Has Major Holes” “Jackie” is the first name of the freshman at the University of Virginia who claimed she was gang-raped at a frat house by seven men. “Billy Doe” is the pseudonym for a former altar boy from Philadelphia who claimed he was raped at St. Jerome Parish by two priests and a Catholic... [Read more...]

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December 8, 2014

“Before the Rolling Stone Rape Debacle, Reporter Was Blasted for Erroneous Philly Catholic Abuse Story“ “[F]or sheer maliciousness, it is hard to top the piece in Rolling Stone. The factual errors, the stereotypes, the grand omissions, and the melodramatic language make for an incredible read. Make no mistake about it, the author,... [Read more...]

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December 8, 2014

“LA billboard aims for bold statement on persecuted Christians“ A new billboard campaign in Los Angeles leading up to Christmas is hoping to raise awareness of persecuted Christians both locally and around the world. The Catholic League, a Catholic civil rights organization, has sponsored a Christmas billboard displayed in Los Angeles. Last... [Read more...]

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December 8, 2014

“That Other Time Rolling Stone Was Conned” The University of Virginia’s “Jackie” may not be the first alleged rape story Sabrina Erdely and Rolling Stone got wrong. In 2011, Rolling Stone published a similarly explosive story by Erdely accusing two priests and a teacher of raping an altar boy, dubbed “Billy Doe” by a grand jury,... [Read more...]

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December 5, 2014

“They’re Fed Up With ‘Barbarians Abroad’ and ‘Bigots at Home’ — and They’re Sending a Tough Message to ‘Christian Haters’“ A newly unveiled billboard campaign from the Catholic League is taking aim at Christian persecution, but atheists are readying their own response that they say will poke fun at the controversial message. “Not... [Read more...]

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December 4, 2014

(San Diego, CA) “Catholic League Billboard Takes on Hollywood” Listen to Bill Donohue’s interview with Cliff Albert on the Catholic League’s Christmas billboard.  Read More →

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December 3, 2014

(Manchester, NH) “NH Secretary of State: Election worker saying ‘God bless you’ is OK“ Saying “God bless you” to voters as they leave the polls is not a form of electioneering, Secretary of State William Gardner wrote in a letter regarding a former Derry election worker. Gardner was responding to a Nov. 7 letter from Catholic... [Read more...]

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December 3, 2014

“Catholic League, American Atheists Take Christmas Feud to L.A.“ The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, a national organization based in New York, posted a billboard in Mid-City aimed at confronting “anti-Christian sentiment in Hollywood” by comparing it to religious persecution, according to Bill Donohue, the organization’s... [Read more...]

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December 3, 2014

“Bill Donohue: Atheists More Likely to Suffer Mental Illness“ Atheists and agnostics are more likely to suffer from mental illnesses than those who believe in God, says Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. “We prize the virtue of restraint. We understand the cardinal virtue of temperance. They... [Read more...]

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