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CHRISTMAS WAR STALEMATE; VICTORIES ON BOTH SIDES
February 17th, 2015 | Catalyst Online, Front Page

The annual “War on Christmas” continued in 2014 with both sides having achieved roughly the same number of wins and losses. This is certainly an improvement over the days when the anti-Christmas side appeared to be winning this battle in the culture war. The good news is that the pro-Christmas side has been pushing back, even reversing previous... [Read more...]


CHRISTMAS TERRIFIES AMERICAN ATHEISTS
February 17th, 2015 | Catalyst Online, Features

Most atheists either celebrate Christmas in a secular fashion, or are wholly dismissive of it. Few are terrified of it. American Atheists President David Silverman is one of them. Don’t take Bill Donohue’s word for it. Here’s what he recently said: “Millions of American children are forced to go to church under the threat of... [Read more...]


CHRISTMAS SWEEPS WINNERS
February 17th, 2015 | Catalyst Online, Features

A member from Big Lake, AK won first prize in our Christmas sweepstakes. Second place went to a member from Drexel Hill, PA. Philadelphia, PA is home to the member who took third place. Members from Las Vegas, NV and Garden City, NY picked up the fourth and fifth place prizes respectively. Sixth and seventh place went to members from Saint Benedict,... [Read more...]


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BOTH SIDES PREVAIL IN CHRISTMAS WARS
December 15th, 2014 | Latest News Releases

Bill Donohue comments on the annual “War on Christmas”: Who is winning the 2014 Christmas wars? Neither the pro-Christmas nor the anti-Christmas side can claim victory—so far it looks like a draw. When it comes to erecting a nativity scene on public property, the pro-Christmas side can claim victories in Grand Haven, Michigan; Cherokee... [Read more...]


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PENIS NECKLACE FOR CHRISTMAS?
December 12th, 2014 | Latest News Releases

Bill Donohue comments on a cross-shaped penis necklace made available for Christmas by designer Tom Ford: When we learned of this item, I said to the staff that I bet this guy Tom Ford is a homosexual. I was right. He even thinks he’s married.  Read More →


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CHRISTMAS TERRIFIES AMERICAN ATHEISTS
December 10th, 2014 | Latest News Releases

Bill Donohue says American Atheists President David Silverman is scared of Christmas: Most atheists either celebrate Christmas in a secular fashion, or are wholly dismissive of it. Few are terrified of it. David Silverman is one of them. Don’t take my word for it. Here’s what he recently said: “Millions of American children are forced... [Read more...]


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LOS ANGELES CHRISTMAS BILLBOARD
December 3rd, 2014 | Latest News Releases

Bill Donohue introduces the Catholic League’s 2014 Christmas billboard: For the past several years, we’ve been engaged in a battle of the billboards with our atheist foes at Christmastime. The typical venue has been New York City, the media capital of the nation. This year we chose to put our mark on the culture by making a statement in... [Read more...]


“MERRY CHRISTMAS” PINS
December 1st, 2014 |

The women of the Catholic Daughters of Court John Paul II #2554 are back again selling their famous “It’s OK to Say Merry Christmas to Me” pins ($1) and car magnets ($3). Thousands of these pins and magnets have been sold over the years in all 50 states. If you would like to demonstrate your Christmas spirit, you can order them a number... [Read more...]


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MODEL CHRISTMAS PARADE IN ALABAMA
December 1st, 2014 | Latest News Releases

Bill Donohue applauds city officials in Piedmont, Alabama: The theme of this year’s annual Christmas parade in Piedmont, Alabama is “Let’s Keep Christ in Christmas.” Kudos to Mayor Bill Baker and the seven members of the city council for their wisdom and fortitude. Of course, the anti-Christian crowd isn’t happy, as witnessed... [Read more...]


THE WAR ON CHRISTMAS

The following article by Bill Donohue was published by Newsmax on December 18, 2013: There are signs that the “War on Christmas” is abating. In 1994, a year after I took over as president of the Catholic League, we successfully pressed Barneys, the upscale clothier on Madison Avenue, to remove an obscene manger scene from its storefront... [Read more...]