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July 17, 2014

“Glitch or Censorship?” Weeks after an apparent case of politically motivated Internet censorship at a Connecticut high school, officials are still blaming the incident on technical malfunctions — even though evidence suggests human culpability. The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, a conservative-leaning Catholic advocacy... [Read more...]

christian_post_logo2 The Christian Post

July 17, 2014

“Archie Comic Depicting Title Character Victim of Political Murder Draws Controversy” Archie Comics Publications, Inc. has garnered controversy over its latest edition of the Archie comic series, wherein the title character is killed by politically driven violence. Released Wednesday, the latest “Life With Archie” comic concludes... [Read more...]

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July 16, 2014

“Bill to overturn Hobby Lobby decision on abortifacients stalls in Senate” A bill introduced by Senate Democrats to erode the religious liberty of Americans who object to abortion-inducing drugs or contraception has stalled. The Democrat-controlled body voted 56-43 to pass the bill, which would require business owners to offer contraceptives,... [Read more...]

7a366ac8d0f934b5318e721ba049e9b1_400x400 The Washington Post

July 16, 2014

“Critics of Supreme Court should focus on politics, not religion” Meanwhile, a Freedom From Religion Foundation ad in the New York Times lamented the “Roman Catholic Majority” of the high court, which Frances Kissling of Catholics for Choice once dismissed as a “Catholic Boy’s Club.” To some, this is a 21st century version of the... [Read more...]

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July 16, 2014

“Bill Donohue: Michael Savage’s Criticisms of Pope Are ‘Savage’” Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, has come out swinging at Michael Savage after the conservative radio talk host purportedly criticized Pope Francis over the U.S.-Mexico border crisis. “Savage is calling him... [Read more...]

Oklahoman-Logo_150x150 The Oklahoman

July 16, 2014

(Oklahoma City, OK) “Oklahoma City stance on ‘Black Mass’ upsets Catholic archbishop” Archbishop Paul Coakley says Oklahoma City should have the “courage” to prohibit a Civic Center production mocking Catholic beliefs, a course of action City Manager Jim Couch expects would result in a lawsuit the city probably would lose,... [Read more...]

arlch Arlington Catholic Herald

July 11, 2014

(Arlington, VA) “Common ground grows smaller” Considered either as an ideology or as a program of action, secularism is deeply coercive. Reactions to the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive mandate make that abundantly clear. Others sank below even this level of discourse by making overt appeals to anti-Catholicism.... [Read more...]

nola The Times-Picayune

July 11, 2014

(New Orleans, LA) “Louisiana Catholic confession lawsuit plaintiff opens up to TV station about sexual abuse, national groups weigh in“ The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights released a statement Tuesday (July 10) in support of Bayhi and the Baton Rouge diocese. “The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the... [Read more...]

8z9FImcv_400x400 The Associated Press

July 10, 2014

“Louisiana ruling on confession rankles Catholics” Catholics are decrying a recent Louisiana Supreme Court decision that reaches into the most sanctified of church places, the confessional booth. “Confession is one of the most sacred rites in the Church. The Sacrament is based on a belief that the seal of the confessional is absolute... [Read more...]

dailcallersquarecom The Daily Caller

July 8, 2014

“What Did Oklahoma Do To Incur The Wrath Of Satan And His Minions?” The state of Oklahoma has lately become a haven for satanism and the dastardly, sinister ways of satanists for some reason. In the latest example of this trend, a satanic group has announced plans to hold a satanic “black mass” at a city-owned theater in downtown Oklahoma... [Read more...]

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