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OPPOSITION TO HEALTHCARE MANDATE GROWS
January 23rd, 2012 | Latest News Releases

The announcement on January 20 by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius that religious non-profits will have to cover sterilization and contraceptive services, including some abortion-inducing drugs, is being met with growing rancor. Catholic League president Bill Donohue speaks to this issue today: Cardinal-designate Timothy Dolan,... [Read more...]


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POPE’S OBLIQUE SHOT AT OBAMA
January 19th, 2012 | Latest News Releases

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on today’s address [to read it click here] by Pope Benedict XVI to U.S. Bishops on their “Ad Limina” visit: Without explicitly naming President Barack Obama, Pope Benedict XVI made it clear today that he sees the administration as a threat to religious liberty. The pope spoke eloquently on the role... [Read more...]


“OBAMACARE” AND THE CATHOLIC CHURCH: COLLISION COURSE LOOMS
January 17th, 2012 | Catalyst Online, Essay

Kenneth D. Whitehead The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, popularly known as “Obamacare,” requires individuals to purchase medical insurance and requires most employers to provide such insurance for their employees. Among other things required by the Act, when it is fully implemented, this insurance must henceforth include preventive... [Read more...]


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HUGE DEFEAT FOR OBAMA
January 11th, 2012 | Latest News Releases

In a unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that churches are entitled to make employment decisions without interference by the government. In doing so, the high court affirmed what is known as the doctrine of “ministerial exception,” the long-standing right of churches to be shielded from discrimination lawsuits brought by employees. Catholic... [Read more...]


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KC STAR CENSORS CRITICS
December 6th, 2011 | Latest News Releases

As of 3:30 p.m. [ET] the following stories were listed on the homepage of the Kansas City Star as the most read and commented: Why Tim Tebow keeps smiling The altar boys’ secret: No longer alone Yost says he expects Royals to ‘play much better than .500’ next season KU will pay market value for next coach, but with incentives, less... [Read more...]


WAR ON BISHOP FINN; KANSAS CITY STAR CONTROVERSY
December 5th, 2011 |

  * The December issue of Catalyst  Online features extensive coverage of the KC Star controversy; including Bill Donohue’s From the President’s desk, “LOOKING FOR DIRT.”  [ Click here for December Catalyst ] ALL PRESS RELEASES PERTAINING TO KANSAS CITY CAMPAIGN: October 21, 2011:”BISHOP FINN DESERVES BETTER“ October... [Read more...]


Photos
November 18th, 2011 |

Photos by: Patrick Novecosky/Legatus Photo by: Patrick Novecosky/Legatus                          Read More →


Penn State and Kansas City
November 17th, 2011 | Chatterbox...

By John Paul Wauk In the case of Penn State, the campus police and the Center County district attorney’s office knew – for many years (the first accusation was in 1998) – about specific accusations of abuse against Sandusky.  Nevertheless, they did nothing to prevent him from abusing other children. The entire janitorial staff of... [Read more...]


PRESS CONFERENCE IN KANSAS CITY
November 14th, 2011 |

Below are photos from the November 10 Catholic League press conference held outside the Kansas City Star.  Pictured are Catholic League president Bill Donohue; Vice President Bernadette Brady; Staff Member Don Lauer,  Staff Member Alex Mejia and a sizable crowd of local Kansas City Catholics.  Read More →


KC STAR
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI PRESS CONFERENCE
November 9th, 2011 | Latest News Releases

Who: Catholic League president Bill Donohue; Vice President Bernadette Brady; Staff Member Don Lauer; Staff Member Alex Mejia; local Kansas City Catholics What: Commence a campaign to blanket religious and secular institutions with copies of a $25,000 ad turned down by the Kansas City Star exposing the anti-Catholic  agenda of SNAP and its lawyers... [Read more...]