In the News


March 30, 2015

“Bill Donohue: Reaction to Indiana Religion Law ‘Over the Top‘” Catholic League President Bill Donohue lashed out at the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s opposition to Indiana’s religious freedom law, saying on NewsmaxTV on Monday that the organization’s response has been “over the top.” In... [Read more...]

imgres Ave Maria Radio

March 23, 2015

Listen to Deal Hudson’s interview with Bill about his new book, The Catholic Advantage, on Ave Maria Radio.  Read More →

1620516_10152290111376178_1901450657_n-110x110 Newsbusters

March 22, 2015

“Media Create Story About Pope and Gays“ Op-ed by Bill Donohue On March 3 and 5, the Vatican released a statement on the pope’s trip to two Italian cities. It noted that he will have lunch with prisoners at “Giuseppe Salvia,” a detention center in Poggioreale. The Vatican’s website today also mentions the visit. So... [Read more...]

jPMrNEsB Catholic News Service

March 20, 2015

“New York parade-goers number 2 million; gay group marches for first time“ Among critics of this year’s parade was Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, who pulled his group from the event because a pro-life group was not allowed to march under its own banner, like the gay group was permitted... [Read more...]

ZvJkBpxH Christian Examiner

March 19, 2015

“NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade featured gay groups, excluded pro-lifers“ New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade allowed a homosexual group to march with a banner, a first in its 253-year history, but denied a right-to-life group to participate contends Elizabeth Rex, president of The Children First Foundation, a pro-adoption... [Read more...]

facebook-donate-large National Catholic Register

March 18, 2015

“New Hampshire Priest Continues the Long Road to Clear His Name“ Imprisoned for 21 years after his conviction for crimes he adamantly denies he committed, Father Gordon MacRae says he is “cautiously hopeful” that the federal courts will give him a new opportunity to prove his innocence. Wall Street Journal reporter Dorothy Rabinowitz’s... [Read more...]

Salon_website_logo-304 Salon

March 17, 2015

““Too small a change”: How St. Patrick’s Day became a political lightning rod“ That was enough for Guinness, which is returning as a sponsor, after boycotting last year, but not for de Blasio, who called the compromise “too small a change.” And it was too big of one for the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, which... [Read more...]


March 16, 2015

“Bill Donohue Won’t March for St. Pat’s, Blames Fellow Catholics“ For the first time ever, the president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights will not march in Tuesday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City — and Bill Donohue blames his fellow Irish Catholics for his absence. “My own... [Read more...]

cj_twitter__2__400x400 City Journal

March 13, 2015

“Parade Blarney“ Prior to announcing the policy change, parade organizers enlisted the support of Bill Donohue of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, the most vociferous defender of the old policy. They assured him that the policy had been changed for all advocacy groups and that a pro-life group would march in 2015. Based... [Read more...]

lsn-logo Life Site

March 9, 2015

“Notre Dame gets a new day in court on HHS mandate, thanks to the Supreme Court” The U.S Supreme Court ordered a lower court Monday to reconsider whether the University of Note Dame should be forced to comply with the Obama administration’s HHS mandate forcing employers to prove contraceptives, sterilization, and abortifacients to their... [Read more...]

« Previous PageNext Page »